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INDEX OF ECONOMIC MATERIAL 



IN 



DOCUMENTS OF THE STATES 



OF 



THE UNITED STATES 



CALIFORNIA 



1849-1904 



PREPARED FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 
OF THE CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 



BY 

ADELAIDE R. BASSE 

LIBRARIAN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS, NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 




PUBLISHED BY THE 

CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 

DECEMBER, IB08 



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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 



CARROLL D. WRIGHT, Director 

KENYON L. BUTTERFIELD 
EMORY R.JOHNSON 
HENRY B. GARDNER 
JEREMIAH W. JENKS 
VICTOR S. CLARK 



HENRY W. FARNAM, Secretary 

EDWARD W. PARKER 
DAVIS R. DEWEY 
WALTER F. WILLCOX 
ALFRED H. STONE 
B. H. MEYER 



CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON 

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PREFATORY NOTE 

This index undertakes to deal only with the printed reports of administrative 
officers, legislative committees, and special conunissions of the states and with gov- 
ernors' messages for the period since 1849. It does not refer to constitutions, laws, 
legislative proceedings or com't decisions, except in so far as they happen to be found 
in the class of docmnents above mentioned. It attempts, on the other hand, to furnish 
a list, as complete as possible, of all the docmnents and messages which fall within its 
scope, in whatever form they may have been puljlished, whether separately, in collected 
documents, legislative journals or volumes of laws, and to indicate the volume in which 
they may be fomid. In general, unless otherwise shown, the material indexed is in the 
New York Public Library. In addition to furnishing a list of reports and messages, the 
index midertakes to supply a reference by vohune and page to all material of economic 
importance which the)' contain, with the exception of that contained in the reports of 
l)ureaus of labor. The reason for this exception is that these reports have already been 
indexed by Carroll D. Wright, late United States Commissioner of Labor," in a volume 
published by his department in 1902. 

Although the index is confined to matter of economic bearing, the term " economic " 
has been given a broad interpretation. In view of this liberal interpretation it is believed 
that the index will constitute a useful addition to the resources of students of almost 
any aspect of American history. 

It will be seen that the present index differs both in scope and character from 
R. R. Bowker's " State Publications," the valuable pioneer work in this field. It is 
narrower in scope than " State Publications," which aims to present a list not only of 
reports and governors' messages but of aU state documents; but in the field which the 
present work covers it contains not only a more complete list of documents than has 
hitherto been published but also an index of their contents in so far as these have an 
economic bearing. 

The arrangement is alphabetical by topics. The references under each topic are 
divided into two groups, viz., " serial " and " non-serial." Within each of these 
divisions the arrangement is chronological. Numerous cross-references will, it is hoped, 
make it possible to discover with little difficulty all the material bearing on a topic. It 
is to be remarked that the division of serial reports into more than one series occurs 
whenever there is a change in title, in the authority making the report or in frequency 
of issue. It will be seen that this division is not an arbitrary one. It is made in the 
belief that the reason for it can be more clearly shown in this way than by a narrative 
explanation. 

' Index of all reports issued by bureaus of labor statistics in the U. S. prior to Mch. 1, 1902. Wash., 1902. 
287 pp. 8°. 

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PREFATORY NOTE 



TJnifonn entry words for subjects recurring in different states will be retained 
throughout the series. It will thus be possible to make a study not only of the historical 
development of an economic subject as reflected in the documents of an individual state 
but also to make a comparative study of that development as it has taken place in the 
country at large. To accomplish this purpose it has been necessary to make the selec- 
tion of entry words without reference to the peculiarities of local usage, such peculi- 
arities being recognized in the case of each state by cross-references. The abbreviations 
employed are believed to be sufficiently obvious to make a table of them unnecessary. 
Unless otherwise stated the size of the books is octavo. 

A feature introduced in the New York part of this index, and not employed in 
the preceding parts (i. e. Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont), is the system of ref- 
erences from locality. This feature has been made a part of the succeeding issues. 

The present volume has been preceded by six similar volumes, confined to the 
states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vemiont, New York, Rhode Island and Massachu- 
setts, respectively. It will be followed by others, each devoted to a single state. The 
work when completed will, therefore, furnish an index to the economic material in the 
reports and governors' messages of all the states of the Union. 

In the preparation of this volume the collection of the New York Public Library 
has been used as a basis. Acknowledgment for assistance in the collation of volimies 
not in the N. Y. Public Library is due to the California State Library, the Los Angeles 
Public Library, to the U. S. Bureau of Education, to the Library of Congress and to the 
U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



PART I 
COLLECTED DOCUMENTS, DESCRIPTIVE WORKS, INDEXES, ETC. 



DESCRIPTIVE WORKS— GENERAL 
1850. Rept. of Mr. Vallejo, on the derivation and definition 

of the names of the several cos. of Cal. (App. to Sen. 

jol. 1 sess. pp. 522-537 doc. Y.) 
. Govs. mess. re. proposed union with state of Deseret. 

(Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 429-435; 756-763.) 
1853-1881. Review of domestic produce for yr.; history of 

transactions at S. F. for past yr., with tabular stmts. 

of receipts and exports of the various products since 

1853; special comment on wine and wheat interest. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1881: 149-175.) 
1854. Judge Campbell's prospectus, " The Plains and Cal." 

(A.R. surveyor gen. 1854: 94-95.) 
1867. Cal.. her agric. resources; by H. D. Dunn. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1866/7: 507-542.) 
1874. Agric. review of Cal. geography, topography, climate, 

and soil. (Same 1874: 245-252.) 

1877. Brief comment on growth of state since 1849, and its 
prominence now in tho commerce of the nation shown 
by statistics. (Same 1877: 85-86.) 

1878. The foothills of the Sierras: geographical formation, 
climate, area, vegetation, adaptation to cultivation, and 
lands open to settlement; by Hon. B. B. Redding. 
(Same 1878: 129-134.) 

Reprinted In TrausuctJons of 18S5. 

1879. Area of Cal. apportioned according to agric. and min- 
eral land surveyed and unsurveyed, private grants sur- 
veyed. Mission Church property, etc.; land listed to 
state by U. S. under various land grants from Aug. 1, 
1877, to Aug. 1, 1879, and whole amt. listed to state 
under various grants. (Same 1879: 224.) 

1881. Address by Hon. J. BIdweli on Cal's. productive in- 
terests — markets, especially of wheat; lines of trans- 
portation; agric. fairs, agst. horse racing at said fairs; 
etc. (Same 1881: 24-40.) 

1882. Cal.: 'nformatlon necessary to those wishing to 
migrate to state; map. (Same 1882: 219-231.) 

1884. Information, general and statistical, re. agric, com- 
mercial, mnfg., and other resources. Interests, and in- 
dustries of state; compiled by H. Degroot. (4 A.R. 
state mineralogist 1883/4: 31-59.) 

1885. Cal. [geography, resources, etc.]. [Sacramento: 
James J. Ayers, supt state prtg., 1885.] (5 same 1884/5: 
51-127.) 

. Central and no. Cal.; characteristics and possibilities. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1885: 193-202.) 

1886. Origin of name Cal. (6 A.R. state mineralogist 
1885/6 pt. 1: 8-10.) 

. Ch. iv, pt. 11, title Hi. Political Code of Cal.; legal 

distances in state. Routes of travel, modes of convey- 
ance, distances, etc., from S. F.; compiled from Rail- 
road Gazeteer. (6 same 1885/6 pt. 2: 183-214.) 

. Table of altitudes in state. (6 same 1885/6 pt. 1: 

34-53.) 

. Physical data and statistics of Cal.; tables and memo- 
randa re. rainfall . . . drainage areas . . . and other 



DESCRIPTIVE WORKS— GENERAL— cont'd 

factors of water supply; mountain and other topographi- 
cal features. 547 pp. (State engr.) 
Not seen : entry from liowker. 

1886. History and description of each co. in state of Cal. 
(2 bienn. rept. bureau of labor statistics 1885/6: 153- 
324.) 

1887. Ciimat'^ and health resorts of Cal.; by J. W. Robert- 
son, M. D., asst. physician and pathologist, Napa Insane 
Asylum. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 439-445.) 

Resources, climatic conditions, etc., of coast and ad- 
joining cos. (Same 1887: 382-423.) 

1888. Cal. geography, topography and hyilrography, prin- 
cipal rivers, population and property values, and value 
of mineral products to date. (8 A.R. state mineralogist 
1887/8: 12-16.) 

. Notes on topography, and on distribution of plants 

In Cal.; by W. P. Gibbons. (10 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1886/8: 184-187.) 

1889. Results of agitation in development of resources of 
state; untouched resources. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889: 14-17.) 

1890. Historical review of the industrial growth of Cal. 
and of its future resources — the first 20 yrs. was the 
period of the gold-seekers, of speculation and adven- 
ture; Its enduring industries are less than 20 yrs. of 
age. Questions treated — economic communication the 
equivalent of physical contiguity, reduction of cost of 
transportation, industries, labor, area, population, and 
irrigation, value of land. (Same 1890: 184-208.) 

1892. Exhibits in the historical section of the State Fair; 
edited and annotated by J. M. Guinn. (gome 1892: 
139-182.) 

. Cal. horticulturally: geographical, topographical, cli- 
mate; hortic. history; irrigation; adaptation of the 
various fruits and plants; wild fruits of Cal.; descrip- 
tion of each co., with tables of each co., with tables 
giving average in each variety of fruit, amt. of Irriga- 
tion, climate, etc. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 13-323.) 

1893. Resources of Cal.; prepared In conformity with a 
law approved Mch. 11, 1893, by H. H. Markham, gov. 
144 pp., illus. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1895/6. Physlcial features of state. 7 pp. (Bureau of 
highways bull. 3 [1895/0].) 

1901. Repts. of resources of Cal., by cos. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1901: 167-466.) 

1904. Cal.; Its products, resources, industries, and attrac- 
tions. What It offers the immigrant, homeseeker, in- 
vestor, and tourist. By T. G. Daniells. 208 pp., iilus. 
(La. Purchase Exposition Comn.) 

. Stmt, giving area of state of Cal. (Bienn. rept. sur- 
veyor gen. 1877/9 (pp. 3-4)— same 1902/4.) 
No returns 1898/00. 

. Resources of state of Cal. by cos. (Trans, state 

agric. socy. 1904: 19-318.) 
Natural resources. Industries, climate, agric, valuation, etc. of 
each CO. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



DESCRIPTIVE WORKS— SPECIAL LOCALITIES 
S«« also references In part 2 under names of counties and cities. 
In particular, attention Is called to the synopses of tlie co. 
assessors' reports under Taxation. 
1835-1846. Short sketch oi' settlement of Sonoma Co.; by 

Gen. M. G. Vallejo. (Bienn rept. bd. hortic. 1SS6/8: 

75-77.) 
1847-1865. Comment on extracts from Cal. Star of 1847, 

giving incidents and statistics of S. F., and comparing 

them with present. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 

176-186.) 
1865. Review of resources of Cal.; agric, mineral, and 

mnftres.; extent and capacity of San Joaquin distr.; 

need of irrigation; r.rs. and their value; educational 

system. {Same 1864/5: 215-221.) 
1872. Review of resources of Sta. Clara Valley. (.Same 

1872: 582-595.) 
1874. Suppl. rept. on the Colo. Desert and its surroundings. 

{Same 1874: 363-366.) 
1881. Results of study of mud volcanoes and Colo. Desert 

In San Diego Co (2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 

227-240.) 

1886. Rept. of the topography, botany, climatolog>', and 
diseases of Surprise and Goose Lake valleys; by Geo. 
M. Kober. [With suppl. rept. on diseases about Al- 
turas; by J. M. Forest.] (9 bienn. rept. state bd. 
health 1884/6: 170-198.) 

Al.w Id Trans, state auric, soc.v. 1886:392-402. Only the topo- 
Kraphy and cllmatoloBy are given, although the article has 
the same title as In 9 lilonn. rept. state bd. of health. 

. Notes on a trip to Mt. St. Helena. (6 A.R. state 

mineralogist 1885/6: 78-79.) 

1887. Climate and resources of San Joaquin Valley cos. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 373-382.) 

. Resources and climate of Sacramento Valley cos. 

(Same 1887: 247-359.) 
. Sacramento a-i a natural trade center; its sanitary 

aspect; produce shipped from there. (.Same 1887: 289- 

294.) 
. No. Cal.; climate and resources as reported from 

Mo<loc and Siskiyou cos. (Same 1887: 359-366.) 
. Ciimat» and resources of the Foothill cos. (Same 

1887: 366-373.) 
1887-1889. Climate of San Bernardino Co.; a few facts re. 

her products and Improvements; weather summary for 

Jan.. Feb., and Mch., 1889. (Same 1888: 364-369.) 

1888. Review of resourcos of Sonoma Co. (Bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1886/8: 71-75.) 

1889. The San Joaquin Valley— the Tulare and San 
Joaquin basins; streams of Tulare basin; descriptions 
and analyses of soils. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. sta- 
tions 1888/9: 112-132.) 

. The Salinas Valley climate, agric. liydrographic 

fenturcs of uppfT valley, location of station, details of 
hoIIh of station pnd chemical analyses. (Same 1888/9: 
93-102.) 

. Notes on IsIandH in Sla. Barbara Channel; flora, etc 

(9 \ I! Ht.-it.. mineralogist 1888/9: 155158.) 

. .n of Coast Uange Region at large — So. 

C" •'■ U'-Klon, rlimale, iiKrlc, rocks, and soils. 

(Bl<-iiii. r<-|il. agric. ex|>er. slations 1888/9: 89-91.) 

1890. Altltudcii of varlou'4 points in Coast Range of Cal. 
northwe«t of 8. F. (10 A.R. state mineralogist 1889/ 
BO: 794.) 

. OrlKin of nnmcH In the Yosemlte Valley; by L. H. 

Biinnr-jl llllcnn. ropl. comrH. to mnnngc YoHcmlto Val- 
ley »n'l .MnrlpoKn Grove 1889/90: 9-13.) 

. The ff.lo I)fi»prl, wiih blbiloK.; by C. R. Orcult. (10 

AH kUI(! rnln'Taloglsl 1889/90: 899-919.) 

1904. FietMurcra. 

Boundaricn 
I8(T). Hporlitl ri'pt. of iilato engr. on stale and co. boun- 
rtarlpn. 273 pp. 
!<ol w*™ ; ralrr from nmrkvr. 



DESCRIPTIVE WORKS— SPECIAL LOCALITIES— cont'd 
Boundaries — cont'd 

1850. Rept. of Mr. de la Guerra on cos. and co. bounda- 
ries; with additional rept. announcing creation of Sta. 
Clara Co., and changes in names of five other cos. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 1 sess. pp. 411-421 docs. E and P.) 

. Rept. of select committee on suppl. co. boundary bill 

(Same pp. 556-558 doc. JJ.) 

. Rept. en division of state into cos., stating bounda- 
ries of same. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 411-421.) 

1854. Comments on co. boundaries and recommendation 
for substitution cf natural for artificial boundaries, and 
where this is impracticable, adoption of lines of U. S. 
surveys; also recommend that |20,000 be appropriated 
to be expended in such surveys during 1855. (A.R. 
surveyor gen. 1854: 4-5.) 

. Rept. of no. boundary survey. (Same 1854: 17-24.) 

. Remarks on no. boundary survey. (Same 1854: 3-4.) 

1855. Comments on co. boundaries. (Same 1855: 33.) 

1861. Commi:nication of surveyor gen. re. eastern boun- 
dary survey. 6 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 12 sess. doc. 
[23]; App. to Assem. jol. 12 sess. doc [24].) 

1862. Comments on state and co. boundaries. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1862: 22-24.) 

1868. Minority rept. re. Assem. bill 334 on boundary betw. 

Plumas and Sierra cos. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. 

V. 2 doc [26].) 
. Petition re. division of Mono Co. 4 pp. (Same v. 3 

doc [22].) 
. Rept. on Assem. bill 302 to provide for establishing 

so. boundary of Cal. 6 pp. (Same v. 3 [doc. 10].) 
. Docs, on file in atty. gens. oflSce relating to boundary 

line betw. Cal. and Ariz. 12 pp. (Same v. 2 doc. 

[42].) 

INDEXES AND MANUAL 

1850-1893. Index to laws of Cal., prepared under .... 

A. J. Johnston, supt. of state prtg. 739 pp. 
1850-1894. Catalogue of state publications of Cal. [1850 to 

July, 1894]. (Bienn. rept. trustees of state library 

1892/4: 32-72.) 
1880-1903. Cal. Blue Book. 

Checklist 
1 scries 
Cal. state almanac and annual register. Sacramento, 

Siin Francisco, 



Judicial, and legislative 
Compiled by D. M. 



IS.%0, 

1856. 72 pp 
1857. State register and yearbook of facts. 

IS,";?, viii, .•180 pp. 

1859. Same. San Francisco, 1859. Ill, 420 pp. 

2 series 

1880. The State Oovornuient, executive, 

depart men Is. 20 pp. 

1881. State and t'ounty Uovernmeuts. 

Burns. :t.'> p|). 
1883. Same. Compiled by T. L. Thompson. 63 pp. 
188.'>. Same. Compiled by T. I,. Thompson. 90 pp. 
18811. tioveriimenlal Hosier: State and t'oiinty (jovernments, 

Complleil by T. I,. Tuiimpson. l.M pp. 
1887. Same. Ciimplled by \V. ('. Hendricks. li:(pp. 
1889. Same. 220 pp. 

.'{ series 
1.S91. nine nook or State Roster. 

278 pp. 
1N93. Same. 331 jip. 

1895. Same. Ciiniiilled bv L. II. llrown. 
1S97. Not printeil. 

1899. niue Hook. Compiled by C. V. Curry. 
1901. Not printed. 
11MI3. California lllue Hook, Complied bv C. K. Curry. 



Complied by K. G. Walte. 

410 pp. 
447 pp. 



623 pp. 
The vcilumes of Ibe second HerleH contain, besides the ustial 
matter found In these maiiunlH, labular material relative 
lo lasalliin. public expendllures, salaries of slate ollleera, 
etc. Tills nmterlal has been liidexeil In the present 
volume. 

1895-1901. Index to laws of Cal.; pt. 2 of rept. of comrs. 
for revision of law, 1902, 193 pp. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS 

1 SOSsloll 

Serial No. Doci'iubi-r 15, 1841)Aprll 22. l.sriO 

■Journal of the Semite Sao Jose, Winchester, state 

prtr., 1850. ;tUO pp., 1 leaf. 
l.-< Appeudli. n. t. p. Documents A-SS. pp. 31)S-570. 

liouse of Assembl)' Jouniiil. San Jose, Winchester, state 
prtr., 18&0. -2 leaves Ul. 570-1347 pp. 

2 session 
January G-Ma; 1, 18S1 

Journals of tlic Legislature of Cal. n. p., Casserl;, 18S1. 

■2 leaves ll», 0-18l>3 pp. 
Journal of Proceedings of the Senate. [Half-title.] 1 leaf, 

(1), 0-503 tit pp. 
Appendix, n. t. p. Documents A-ZZZ. pp. 507-774. 
Journal of Proceedings of the Assembly. [Half-title.] 1 

leaf (1», 778-1815. 
, Index to Senate and Assembly Jols. pp. 1810-18U5. 

3 session 
January G-May 4, 1852 

Journal of the 3d session of the Legislature of Cal 

San Krauclsco, Kltch and tJelger, state prtrs. 1852. [Halt- 
title.] Journal of the Proceedings of the Senate. 2 leaves 
(1), 0-794 pp. 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Assembly. [Unit-title. J 
1 leaf U). 4-882 pp. 

4 session 
January 3-May 19, 1853 

■ Journal of the 4th session ot the Legislature of Cul 

San Krauclsco, t?. Kerr, state prtr., 1853. Journal ot 
the Senate. 1 leaf (1), 8-B04 pp. 
Appendix, n. t. p. Documents 1-7B. v. p. 

Journal ot the 4th session ot the Legislature of Cal 

San Francisco, G. Kerr, state prtr., 1853. Journal of the 
Assembly. 2 leaves (1), 0-729 pp. 
L Appendix, n. t. p. Documents 1-59. v. p. 

5 session 
January 2-May 15, 1854 

r Journal ot the 5tb session of the Legislature ot Cal 

- J Sacramento, Redding, state prtr., 1854. Journal of the 
'•■] Senate. 2 leaves (1), 0-812 pp. 

I Appendix, n. t. p. Documents 1-9.* v. p. 

f Journal of the 5th session of the Legislature ot Cal 

oj Sacramento, Redding, state prtr., 1854. Journal of the 
"•"l Assembly. 2 leaves (1), 0-631 pp. 

t Appendix, n. t. p. Documents 1-9.* v. p. 

j Journal ot the 5th session ot the Legislature of Cal 

Q J Sacramento, Redding, state prtr., 1854. Journal of the 
"•] Assembly. 2 leaves (1), 6-693 pp. 

L Appendix, n. t, p. Documents 1-9. • v. p. 

6 session 
January 1-May 7, 1855 

10. Journal ot the 6th session of the Legislature ot Cal 

Sacramento, Redding, state prtr., 1855 

Senate. 2 leaves (1), 0-970 pp. 
Appendix, n. t p. Documents 2-25. v. p. 
Journal of the 6th session ot the Assembi; 



Journal ot the 



11. 
12. 



ably ot Cal 

Sacramento, Redding, state prtr., 1855. 2 leaves (1), 0-941 
pp. 

13. Appendix, n. t. p. Documents 2-26, and 1 unnumbered, viz. 

Rept. committee on Internal improvements on Assem. bill 
16. 20 pp. 

7 session 
January 7-AprIl 21, 1850 

14. Journal ot the 7th session ot the Senate of Cal 

Sacramento, Allen, state prtr., 1856. 2 leaves (1), 10- 
923 pp. 

15. [Appendix.] n. t p. Documents 2-14, and unnumbered as 



[Appendix.] 

follows : 

Doc. 

Doc. 



|15]. Kept, directors state prison, 1855. 55 pp. 
16]. Rept. on state prison by Jt. committee. 
30 pp. 
Doc. [17J. Rept. Jt. committee on books ot late treas- 
urer. 32 pp. 
Doc [18]. Rept. of Sen. .special committee relative 
to state land sales at S. F., Oct. 10, 
1855. 55 pp. 
(Doc. 19.1 Rept. ot jt. hospital committee. 6 pp. 
Doc 10 (^slc. i. e. 20]. Rept. ot special committee 
apptd. to ascertain amt. ot controllers' 
warrants issued during 1855 on acct. 
ot state prison. 35 pp. 
Rept. of special committee on " Act to 
provide for formation ot corporations." 
12 pp. 
Majority rept. ot committee on mines and 
mining Interests. 6 pp. 

_ , Same, minority rept. 6 pp. 

16. Journal ot the 7th session ot the As.sembly ot Cal 

Sacramento, Allen, state prtr., 1856. 2 leaves (1), 6-964 
pp. 



[Doc. 21.] 

[Doc. 22.1 
[Doc. 23.1 



• The Appendix of the Senate and the two editions ot the 
Assembly Journal is the same. 



[Doc 12.] 

(Doc. 13.] 

[Doc. 14.] 

(Doc. 15.] 

[Doc. 10.] 

[Doc. 17. J 

[Doc. 18.) 

[Doc. 19.1 



[Doc. 1.] 



[Doc. 2.1 



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5.1 
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COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

7 session — cont'd 
Serial No. January 7-AprIl 21, 1850 — cont'd 

17. [Appendix.] n. t. p. Documents [1] 2-11, [12-10]. v. p. 

Tue unnumbered documents are as follows : 

[Doc 1.] (lovs. inaugural address. 6 pp. 

Rept. on state prison by Jt. committee. 

30 pp. 
Rept. of committee on mines and mining 

Interests. 10 pp. 
Rept. of Jt. committee on boolts ot late 

treasurer. 32 pp. 
Kept, ot committee on federal relations 

on Paclllc R.R. 12 pp. 
Rept. of committee on mines and mining 

interests on memorial of citizens of 

S. F. pp. 
llept. ot select committee in relation to 

U. S. land comrs. 11 pp. 
Rept. of portion of select committe re. 

pul)lishlng constitution in Spanish. 6 

pp. 
Majority rept. of special committee on 

" Act to encourage agric. and mining 

Interests in state." 5 pp. 

8 session 
January 5-Aprll 29, 1857 

18. Journal ot the 8th session ot the Senate ot Cnl 

Sacramento, Allen, state prtr., 1857. 950 pp. 

10. Appendix to Senate Journals (sic.) of the 8th session .... 

Sacramento, Allen, state prtr., 1857. Documents [1-12]. 

p. 

"^ ' ' Maorlty and minority repts. ot Jt. special 

committee on state insane asylum. 

32 pp. 

Rept. ot special committee on state debt. 

4 pp. 
Ann. rept, ot treasurer, 1855/0. 31 pp. 
Ann. rept. ot controller, 1855/6. 40 pp., 

toldg. tables. 
Ann. rept. surveyor gen., 1856. 38 pi). 
Rept. special committee on govs, message 

apptg. Geo. W. Ryder to office of 

ganger of wines and liquors. 19 pp. 
Minority rept. of committee on mines and 

mining interests, Feb. 1857. 8 pp. 
Same, majority rept., Feb. 1857. 4 pp. 
Rept. of special committee on vote tor 

convention to revise constitution of 

state, Jan. 1857. 14 pp. 
Rept. of committee on impeachment. 7 

pp. 
Rept. of Jt. committee on treasure in 

stat« treasury. 5 pp. 
Rept. of committee on accts. and expendi- 
tures. S pp. 

0. Journal of the 8th session ot the Assembly of Cal 

Sacramento, Allen, state prtr., 1857. 992 pp. 
[Appendix.] n. t. p. Documents [1-10.] v. p. 

[Doc. 1.] Rept. of controller, 1855/6. 40 pp., 

toldg. tables. 
Ann. rept. state treasurer, 1855/0. 31 pp. 
Ann. rept. atty. gen., Jan. 1857. 11 pp. 
Ann. rept. surveyor gen. for 1850. 38 

PP 
6 ann. rept. supt. public Instruction. 10 

pp. 
Ann. rept. Q. M. Gen. and Adj. Gen. 16 

pp. 
Rept. select committee on treasury dept. 

41 pp. 
Rept. select committee on state prison 

contract. 13 pp., 1 leaf. 
Rept. committee on ways and means 

upon stamp act. 9 pp. 
Rept. committee on agric. on res. re. 

agrlc. aftairs. 7 pp. 
Rept. committee on federal relations on 

Pacific and Atlantic R.R., Feb. 15, 

1857. 4 pp. 
Communication of surveyor gen. relative 

to swamp and overflowed lands. Feb. 

19. 1857. 4 pp. 
Rept. of committee on accts. and expendi- 
tures March 4, 1857. 9 pp. 
Rept. of committee on state prison, Feb. 

25, 1857. 48 pp. 
2d rept. of select committee on better 

protection ot state treasury. 12 pp. 
Rept. ot committee on Indian aliairs. 

5 pp. 
Rept. ot special committee on moneys 

Illegally paid out ot state treasury. 

6 pp. 
Rept. of special committee on act for 

better protection of state treasury, 
Jan.. 1857. 14 pp. 
Rept. of committee on accts. and expendi- 
tures. 9 pp. 



[Doc. 10.1 
[Doc. 11.] 
[Doc 12.1 



[Doc 
Doc. 
Doc. 


2.] 

1:1 


(Doc. 


5.1 


(Doc. 


6.] 


[Doc. 


7.1 


[Doc 


8.1 


(Doc 


9.1 


[Doc. 


10.1 


[Doc. 


11.1 


[Doc 


12.1 


[Doc 


13.1 


[Doc 


14.1 


(Doc 


15.1 


[Doc. 


18] 


[Doc. 


17.1 


[Doc 


18.1 


[Doc 


19.1 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

9 session 
S«rUl No. January 4-AprU 26, 1S58. 

21. Journal of the 9th session of the Senate of Cal 

Sacramento. O'Meara. state prtr., 1S58. i&l pp. 

22. Appendix to Senate Journals (sic) of the 9th session. . ... 

Sacramento. OMeara, state prtr., 1S5S. Documents 11-14]. 

v. p. 
The documents themselves are unnumbered, but on verso of 

title page there Is a table of contents applying the nos. 1 

to 14 to the documents contained In the volume. 
Journal of the 9th session of the Assembly of Cal 

Sacramento, O'Meara, state prtr., 185S. 770 pp. 



23. 
24. 



Appendix to Assembly journals (sic.) of the 9th session. . 
Sacramento, O'Meara, state prtr., 1858. Documents [1 



25. 
26. 

27. 

28. 



20. 
30. 



31. 
32. 



33. 
34. 
3S. 
36. 

37. 
39. 
30. 



40. 
41. 
42. 

43. 
44. 



4ft. 



47. 



101 



V. p. 



10 session 
January 3-Aprll 19, 1859. 

Journal of tie Senate of Cal. at the 10th session 

Sacramento. O'Meara, state prtr., 1859. 958 pp. 
Appendix to Journals (sic.) of the Senate of the 10th session. 
.... Sacramento, O'Meara, 1859. Documents [1-10]. 



at the 10th session. 



T. p. 
Journal of the House of Assembly .... 

Sacramento, OMeara, 18.^9. 914 UI). 
Appendix to Journals (sic) of Assembly, of the 10th session. 

.... Sacramento, O'Meara, 1859. Documents [1-11 J. 

T. p. 

11 session. 
January 2-Aprll 30, 1860. 
Journal of the Senate of Cal. at the 11th session 

Sacramento. Botts, state prtr., 1800. 917 pp. 
Appendix to Journals (sic) of the Senate. Sacramento, 

Botts. 1860. I>ocumeuts (1-20). v. p. 
The table of contents calls for 19 documents. There are. In 

rciillty. 20 documents In the volume. Doc. 13, the Majority 

rept. of the special committee on the bulkhead (6 pp.) Is 

followed by the Minority rept. of the same committee (.■?" 

pp.). The latter rept. Is omitted from the table of con- 
tents. 
Joaraal of the House of Assembly of Cal. at the 11th 

session. Sacramento, Botts. state prtr., 1880. 909 pp. 
Appendix to the Journals (sic.) of Assembly of the 11 tb 

session. Sacramento, Botts, 1860. Documents [1-15.] 

V. p. 
The table of contents calls for 14 documents. There are. In 

reality. 15 documents In the volume. KollowlnR what Is 

called Doc 11 In the tabic of contents, toere l.s a " Kept. 

of special committee on constitutluual convention, March 3. 

I860" (4 pp.). This rept Is omitted from the tal)le of 

contents. 

12 session 
January 7-.May 20, 1861. 
Journal of the Senate of Cal. at the 12tb session 



Sacramento. Holts, 1881. 999 pp. 
App<ndlx to the Journals (ale) of the Senate 
Bolls. 1801. Documents [1-26]. v. p. 



Sacramento, 



Journal of the_ House of Assembly at the 12th session. 
ApW'ndli to Journals (sic.) of Assembly. Sacramento, 



Sacramento. Bolls, 1881. 1047 pp. 
pm-ndlx to Journals (sic.) of As!^ 
Bolls, 1861 



to Journals (sic.) of Assembly. 
Documents [1-30]. v. p. 



13 session 
Jannary 6-&Iay 15, 1862. 
Journal of the Senate durlnK the 13th session. 

Sacramento, Avery, state prtr., 1882. 808 pp. 
Journal of the Assembly durlne the IDth session. 



ibly d 
1882. 



Sacramento. AvTy, 1882. 1047 pp. 
Appendix to Journals of Si'natc and Assembly, of the I3th 
session. Sacramento, Avery, 1862. Documents [1-30.] 
T. p. 

14 session 
January r>Aprll 27. 1863 

Journal of the Senate, durluK the I4th session. Sacramento, 

Avery. IS0.1. 870 pp. 
JoumnI of the As^emblv. diirlnR the 14th session. Sacra- 

mt-iiio, Avery. 1S03. KS.'i pp. 
Appendix to Journals of Hennto and Assembly. Sacramento 

A very, 1803. Documents ( 1-35]. v. p. 

15 session 
Deceml)er 7, l«fl3Aprll 4, 1804 

Joiimsl of the Senate durlnt; the ]5th session 

Harramento. f'layes, slate prtr.. 1884. 75ft pp. 

Jonmal of the Ansemlil.r during the 15lh session 

Hnrrsnienlo. Clayes. 1864. H(l2 l>p. 
Apiiendli In Jijiirnnis of Si'nnle anil Assembly. Sacramento, 
<'l»ye«. Ittfl4. 2 T. 

r. 1. Documents [1-111. v. p. 
T. 2. •• [1-401. V. p. 

18 neaslr)n 

nee»mher 4. 1Nn5.Aprll 2, 1886 
Journal of Hensie rlnrlPK lOMi session. Sacramento, rinyes, 

• i»l» prir . 1H08 (140 |ifi 
Jmirnsl of AasemM^r dnrlnfc 18th session. Kacrainenio, 
CUfM. slate prIr.. 1H66. lOtH) pn. 

ancf Assembly. 3 vols. 



AprennI' to JotimsU of Hensie 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

16 session — cont'd 
Serial No. December 4, lS65-April 2, 1866 — cont'd 

49. V. 1. Sacramento. C'layes, 1868. Documents [1-7]. 

V. p. 

50. v. 2. lb. Documents [1-11). v. p. 

51. V. 3. lb. " [1-52]. V. p. 

17 session 
December 2, 1867-March 30, 1868 

52. Journal of Senate during 17th session. Sacramento, Gel- 

wlclis, state prtr., 1868. 971 pp. 

53. Journal of Assembly during 17th session. Sacramento, Gel- 

wlclis, 1SG8. 1119 pp. 
Appendix to Journals of Senate and Assembly. 3 vols. 

54. v. 1. Sacramento, Gelwlclis, 1868. Documents [1- 

27]. V. p. 

55. V. 2. lb. Documents [1-46]. v. p. 
66. T. 3. lb. *• [1-11]. V. p. 

18 session 
December 6, 1869-Aprll 4, 1870 

57. Journal of Senate during ISth session. Sacramento, Gel- 

wlcks, state prtr., 1870. 904 pp. 
68. Journal of Assembly during 18th session. Sacramento, Gel- 
wicks, 1870. 1064 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 3 vols. 

59. T. 1. Sacramento, Gelwlcks, 1870. Documents [1- 

8]. V. p. 

60. V. 2. lb. Documents (1-41). v. p. 
81. V. 3. lb. " [1-78]. V. p. 

19 session 
December 4, 1871-Aprii 1, 1872 

62. Journal of Senate during 19th session. Sacramento, Springer, 

1872. 905 pp. 

63. Journal of Assembly during 19th session. Sacramento, 

Springer, 1872. 1113 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 4 vols. 

64. V. 1. Sacramento, Springer, 1872. Documents [1- 

11). V. p. 

65. T. 2. lb. Documents [1-13). v. p. 

66. V. 3. lb. •• (1-20). v. p. 

67. V. 4. lb. " [1-14). y. p. 

20 session 
December 1, 1873-March 30, 1874 

68. Journal of Senate during 20lh session. Sacramento, Springer, 

state prtr., 1874. 1190 pp. 

69. Journal of Assembly during 20th session. Sacramento, 

Springer, 1874. 1,'>32 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 4 vols. 

70. V. 1. Sacramento, Springer, 1874. Documents [1- 

6). V. p. 

71. V. 2. lb. Documents (1-7). v. p. 

72. V. 3. lb. " [1-3). v. p. 

73. V. 4. lb. " [1-1'2). V. p. 

74. V. 5. lb. " [1-23]. V. p. 

The following documents, called fur by no. and title In the 
table of contents, were mlsRlng In volume seen by compiler : 

doc. 6. Uept. of Senate Hospital Commlttoc on Deaf, Dumb, 
and Blind Asylum. 

doc. 12. Stmt, of progress of state geological survey. 

doc. 17. Kept, of committee on education. 
V. 8. lb. Documents [1-26]. 



75. 

76. 

77. 

78. 



82. 



83. 
84. 



8.V 
80. 
87. 
88. 



I 



21 session 
December 0, 187,')-April 3, 1876 
Journal of Senate during 21st session. Sacramento, State 

I'rlntlnK Onice, 1S78. 724 np. 
Journal of Assembly during 2Ist session. Sacramento, State 

rrlndng OITIce, 1878. 700 pji. 
Appendix to Senate and Assenibly Journals. 5 vols. 

V. 1. Sacramento, Springer, 1875. Documents [1- 
41. V. 1). 
lb. Documents (1-11). v. p. 
lb. " (1-51. V. p. 

Sacramento. Stale Printing Offlcc. 1876. 
Documents [l-O]. v. p. 
v. 6. lb. Documents [1-38). i 



70. 


T. 2. 


80. 


V. 3. 


81. 


T. 4. 



p- 



state 
State 



22 session 

December 8, 1877-AprIl 1, 1878 

Journal of Senate diirlng 22d session. Sacramento, 

I'rlnting oniee. 1878. 802 pn. 
Journnl of Assemlilv during 2'2a session. Sacramento, 

rrlnling Olllee. 1N78. 021 pp. 
Appi'ndix lo Senate and AsKeniblv Journals. Sarrnmento 
Stale rrlnling llffloe, 1S7S. 3 vols. 

V. 1. I'ocninenlH |1 l.'l]. v. p. 
T. 2. •• 1 1-2 ]. V. p. 

T. 8. " [1-10 . V. p. 

T. 4. " 1 1-55 1. V. p. 



23 session 
January r.-Aprll 18, 1880 
Journal of Senate during 2.'ld session. 
881 pp. 



Sacramento, 1880. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



Serial 
UO. 



1)1. 
Hi;. 
1>3. 
U4. 
95. 
80. 



1)7. 
98. 



99. 
100. 
101. 



101!. 

103. 

104. 

105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
110. 



111. 
112. 
113. 

114. 

115. 

116. 

117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 

123. 
124. 

125. 
126. 



127. 
128. 
129. 
l.-iO. 
131. 
132. 
133. 
134. 



T. 


1. 


1879. 


V. 


2. 


1879. 


V. 


3. 


1879. 


V. 


4. 


1879. 


V. 


5. 


1880. 


V. 


l>. 


1880. 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

'S.i session — cout'il 
No. Jiiuuaiy O-Aprll 10, 1880 — cont'd 

Jouruul of Assembly durlug 23d session. Saeruinento, 1880. 

907 PI). 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 
1879-1880. 6 vols. 

DocHuients 1117]. v. p. 

1-41. V. p. 

1-4]. V. p. 

1-2]. V. p. 

[1-20]. V. p. 

11-4]. V. p. 

24 session 
January 3-.March 4, 1881. 

Journal of Senate during 24tli session. Sacramento, 1S81. 
031 pp. 
Includes Journal of extra session. 
Journal of Assembly during 24tb session. Sacramento, 1881. 
720 pp. 
Includes Journal of extra session. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 
1881. 3 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-15]. v. p. 
T. 2. •• 11-15]. V. p. 

V. 3. " U-10]. V. p. 

24 extra session 
April 4-May 13, 1881 

Journal of Senate. 
Included In Senate Journal of 24tb regular session, viz., 
ISSl : 401-574. 
Journal of Assembly. 
Included In Assembly Journal of 24th regular session, viz., 
1881 : 481-653. 

25 session 
January S-March 13, 1883 

Journal of Senate during 25tb session. Sacrameuto, 1883. 

478 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 25th session. Sacramento, 1883. 

757 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 

1883. 6 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-18]. v. p. 

V. 2. •• [1-3]. V. p. 

V. 3. " [1-9]. V. p. 

V. 4. " 11-9J. V. p. 

V. 5. " [1-7]. V. p. 

V. 6. " [1-8]. V. p. 

25 extra session. 
March 24-May 13, 1884 

Journal of Senate during 25 extra session. 

1884. 139 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 25 extra session. 

1884. 228 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 

1884. 1 vol. Documents [1-5]. v. p. 

26 session 
January 5-March 11, 1885 

Journal of Senate during 2Gth session. 

663 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 26tli session. 

~->-2 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 

1885. 6 vols. 
1. Documents [1-15]. v. p. 

[1-2]. V. p. 
(1-6). V. p. 
[1-3]. V. p. 

■■ p. 

'. p. 



Sacramento, 
Sacramento, 



Sacramento, 



Sacramento, 1885. 
Sacramento, 1885. 
Sacramento, 



V. 2. 

V. 3. 

T. 4. 

V. 5. 

V. 6. 



[1-10]. 
[1-13]. 



26 extra session 
July 20-Septcmber 11, 1886. 
Journal of the Senate during the 20ti) (extra) session. 

Sacramento, 1S87. (2), 102 pp. 
Journal of the Assembly during the 26th (extra) session. 
Sacramento, 1887. (2), 125 pp. 

27 session 
January 3-March 12, 1887 
Journal of Senate during 27 session. 

698 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 27 session. 

044 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals 
1887. 8 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-18]. v. p. 
V. 2. •• [1-15]. V. p. 

V. 3. •' [1-2]. V. p. 

V. 4. " (1-41. V. p. 

V. 6. " [1-4]. V. p. 

V. 6. •' [1-2]. V. p. 

V. 7. " [1-3]. V. p. 

T. 8. " [1-25]. V. p. 



Sacramento, 18S7. 
Sacramento, 1887. 
Sacramento, 



Serial 
135. 



137. 
13.S. 
139. 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143. 
144. 



147. 
148. 
149. 
150. 
151. 
152. 
153. 
154. 



ir>r,. 

156. 



157. 
158. 
159. 
160. 
161. 
162. 
163. 
164. 
165. 



lOG. 
107. 



168. 
169. 
170. 
171. 
172. 
173. 



174. 
175. 



170. 
177. 
178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 



183. 
184. 



185. 
186. 



COLLECTED DOCUIMENTS— cont'd 

28 session 
No. January 7-March 16, 1889 

Journal of Senate during 28tU session. Sacramento, 1889. 

1147 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 28th session. Sacramento, 1889. 

1119 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 
1889. 8 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-15]. 
V. 2. ■■ [1-11]. 

V. 3. " [1-2]. 

V. 4. •' [1-2]. 

V. 5. '• [1-5]. 

V. 6. " 1110]. 

V. 7. •• [1-5]. 

V. 8. " [1-10]. 



V. p. 

V. p. 
V. p. 
V. p. 
V. p. 

V. p. 
V. p. 

V. p. 



Sacramento, 1891. 

Sacramento, 1891. 

Sacramento, 



29 session 
January 5-March 25, 1891 

Journal of Senate during 29th session. 

994 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 29tb session, 

1049 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 
1891. 8 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-14]. v. p. 
v. 2. " [1-20]. V. p. 

V. 3. •■ [1-2]. V. p. 

V. 4. " [1-2]. V. p. 

V. 5. " (1). V. p. 

V. 6. " [1-0]. V. p. 

V. 7. " [1-10]. V. p. 

V. 8. " [1-2]. V. p. 

30 session 
January 2-March 14, 1893 

Journal of Senate during 30th session. 

1244 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 30th session. 

1249 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. 
1893. 9 vols. 

V. 1. D 

V. 2. 

V. 3. 

V. 4. 

V. 5. 

V. 6. 

V. 7. 

V. 8. 

V. 9. 



January 7-March 16. 1895 
Journal of Senate during 31st session. Sacramento, 1895. 

1312 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 3l3t session. Sacramento, 1895. 

1293 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 

1895. 6 vols. 



Sacramento, 1893. 

Sacramento, 1893. 

Sacramento, 



ent 


s [1-18]. 


v 


■ p. 




1-5]. 


v. 


P- 




1-3]. 


V. 


p. 




1-2]. 


V. 


p. 




1-2]. 


V. 


P. 




1-3]. 


V. 


p. 




1-30]. 


V 


. p. 




1-10]. 


V 


. p. 




[1]. y 


. P 




31 


session 







V. 


1. 


Documents [1-14]. 


V. p. 


V. 


2. 




[1-31. 


V. p. 


V. 


3! 




[1-4]. 


V. p. 


V. 


4. 




[1-4]. 


V. p. 


V. 


5. 




11-3]. 


V. p. 


V. 


6. 


32 


[1-30]. 
session 


V. p. 



January 4-Marcb 20, 1897 
Journal of Senate during 32d session. Sacramento, 1897. 

1339 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 32d session. Sacramento, 1897. 

1504 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals, Sacramento, 
1897. 7 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-13]. v. p. 
V. 2. " [1-0]. V. p. 

V. 3. " [1-4]. V. p. 

V. 4. •• [1-5]. V. p. 

V. 5. " [1-12]. V. p. 

V. 6. " 11-17]. V. p. 

V. 7. " [1-7]. V. p. 

33 session 
January 2-March 19, 1899 
Journal of Senate during 33d session. Sacramento, 1899. 

l.'>82 pp. 
Journal of Assembly during 33d session. Sacramento, 1899. 

1836 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 
1899. 2 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-21]. v. p. 
v. 2. " [1-8]. V. p. 



10 



INDEX TO DOCXJMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

34 session 
S«rlal Xo January T-March 10. 1901 

187. journal of Senate during 34th session. Sacramento. 1901. 

188. Jou*!^ oFAssembly during 34th session. Sacramento, 1901. 
Appendls''to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 

1901. 4 vols. ,, ,-, 

189 V. 1. Documents [1-15]. v. p. 

IM V. 2. " [1-9]- V. p. 

m v. 3. " [1-9]- T- P- 

192 V. 4. ■' [1-10]. V. p. 



COLLECTED DOCUMENTS— cont'd 

35 session 
Serial No. January 5-March 14, 1903 

193. Journal of Senate during 35th session. Sacramento, 1903. 

104. Journ'al of Assembly during 35th session. Sacramento, 1903. 
1755 pp. 
Appendix to Senate and Assembly Journals. Sacramento, 
1903. 3 vols. 

V. 1. Documents [1-14]. v. p. 
[1-25]. V. p. 
[1-8]. T. p. 



195. 
196. 
197. 



V. 2. 
V. 3. 



PART II 
TOPICAL ANALYSIS 



ABALONE; see FISH AND GAME 

ABATTOIRS 

1877/9. Rept. on abattoirs and public baths; by A. B. 
Stout. (5 bienn. rept. bd. of health 1877/9: 94- 
103.) 

. Same; separate. 1879. 12 pp., 1 map. (Health 

bd.) 

1892. Comment on livestock interest of state: attempt 
to provide bureau of information and statistics re. 
livestock, now being made before Congress in- 
dorsed; permanent establishment of large abat- 
toirs In Cal. commended. (Trans. State Agric. 
Socy. 1891: 17-19.) 

ACCIDENTS 

Insurance; see Insurance 
Railway; see Railroads 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: CITY 

1878. Rept. of [Sen.] committee of free conference on 
Assem. substitute for Sen. bill 200. 4 pp. (App. 
to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 45].) 
I'ollce force of S. !•'. 

. Rept. of [Assem.] committee on free conference 

on Assem. substitute for Sen. bill 200. 4 pp. 
{Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 44].) 
rolicp force of S. K. 
1901. Repts. on investigation of charges agst. police 
dept. of San Francisco. (Assem. jol. 34 sess. pp. 
517-.519; fi22-623; 624-628.) 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: STATE 
serial 

1 series 
1850/1-1862/3. Ann. rept. of atty. gen. 

lo Collpcted docs, as follows : 
18.')0/1 omittpd. 

1852 In App. to Sen. Jol. 1853 doc. 74. 

1853/4 " '■ " Assem. " 6 sess. doc. 6. 

Sen. 

1854/5 none appears to have been made (Bowker). 
1855/6 In App. to Assem. Jol. 8 sess. unnum. doc. 
18.'>6/7 none appears to have been made (Bowker). 
1857/8 in App. to Assem. Jol. 10 sess. unnum. doc. 

Sen. " 10 ■ 

18.')8/9 " " " Assem. " 11 

" Sen. " 11 

18.'in/60 Assem. " 12 

Son. " 12 

1860/1 " " " jols. 13 sess. annum, doc. 

1861/2 14 

1862/3 ' ir. " v. 1 unnum. doc. 

2 series 
1863/5-1877/9. Bienn. rept. of atty. gen. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 



1863/5* 


In App. 


to 


Jols. 16 sess 


v. 1 


nnnum. doc. 


1865/7 


It ft 


" 


1. 1.J 1. 


V. 1 




1807/9 


it It 


" 


1. ig 11 


V. 1 




1869/71 


It It 


" 


It 19 It 


V. 1 




1871/3 


" It 


" 


It 20 '• 


V. 1 




1873/5 


It It 


*' 


II 21 .. 


V. 5 




lS7.')/7 


II II 


•* 


It 22 " 


V. 1 




1877/9 


It 1* 


*' 


•' 23 ■■ 


T. 1 





• Called ann. rept. but covers two years. 



188,5/6 

1886/8 

1888/90 

1890/2 

1892/4 

1895/6 

1896/8 

1898/00 

inoo/2 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

3 series 
1880. Rept. [ann.] of atty. gen. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1880 In App. to Jols. 24 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

4 series 

1880/2-1902/4. Bienn. rept. of atty. gen. 

In Cojleoled does, ns follows : 
18S0/2 In App. to Jols. 2!) sess. v. 1 unnum. doe. 

1882/4 26 " V. 1 

t. 27 " V. 1 
28 " V. 1 

29 " V. 1 

1. 3Q I. y 1 

" 31 " V. 1 

32 " V. 1 

.1 33 It y 1 

It 34 I. y 4 
' 35 " V. 1 

non-serial 

1894. Comments on sheriff's claims. (A.R. bd. exam- 
iners dated 1895: 49-50.) 

. Comment on expenses for extradition of crimi- 
nals. (Same dated 1895: 50.) 

1894-1898. Suits agst. state under enabling act of 1893. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1895/6 (pp. 5-10)— same 1897/8.) 

1896. Comments on per diem of sheriffs. (A.R. bd. 
examiners dated 1897: 19-20.) 
Attorney General 

1863. Recommended that powers of atty. gen. be in- 
creased; that a clerk who is an atty.-at-law be pro- 
vided, and with salary to employ talent that could 
be useful in courts; and that traveling expenses be 
allowed in certain cases. (A.R. atty. gen. 1863: 
4-5.) 

1869. Increased apprn. asked for. (Same 1868/9: 9.) 

1882. Increase of salary of atty. gen. recommended. 
(Same 1881/2: 15.) 

1888. Recommended that office of atty. gen. be allowed 
clerk; also that law be passed to the effect that 
atty. gen. shall not be a member of any bd. or 
comn. (Same 1887/8: 6-7.) 

1891. Atty. gen's, rept. re. deficiencies existing in his 
office. (Sen. jol. 29 sess. pp. 196-197.) 

1892-1894. Increased apprn. for traveling expenses rec- 
ommended. (Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2 (pp. 19-20) — 
same 1893/4.) 

1893. Rept. on investigation of charges agst. atty. gen., 
W. H. H. Hart, for misconduct. (Assem. jol. 30 
sess. pp. 877-879.) 

1895-1896. Amt. of balance remaining unexpended of 
sum appropriated for library of atty. gen. (Rept. 
atty. gen. 1895/6: 18.) 

1900-1902. Clerical force allowed atty. gen. Inadequate. 
(Same 1899/00 (pp. 12-13)— same 1900/2.) 

1902. Stmt, of deficiencies allowed by state bd. of ex- 
aminers to funds of atty. gen. (Same 1900/2: 72.) 
ExPENDiTUBES FOB; SCO below, Rkceipts, etc. 

11 



12 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



ADMUnSTRATION OF JUSTICE: STATE— cont'd 

Conrts 
Supreme Coubt 

S*^ also below. Receipts, etc. 

1861. Recommended revision of law re. Supreme Court 
repts. which would save to state treasury half of 
sum ann. expended under present system of report- 
ing. (A.R. atty. gen. 1S61: 9.) 

1862. Recommended that clerk of Supreme Court be 
made salaried officer, and that fees of court be re- 
duced and he compelled to pay his receipts into 
state treasury. (Same 1S62: 9.) 

1870. Rept. [favorable] of conference committee on 
Sen. bill 2S0, act which proposes to raise salary 
of secy, of Supreme Court, on acct. of his increased 
duUes, as librarian, etc. 2 11. (App. to jols. 18 
sess. V. 3 doc. [56].) 
1885. Majority and minority repts. on charges pre- 
ferred agst. clerk of Supreme Court, of all of which 
they find him guiltless, except of gross neglect in 
keeping books. (Assem. jol. 26 sess. pp. 636-640.) 
District Attorney 

1898/00-1902/4. Blenn. repts. of district attys. (Rept. 
atty. gen. 1S98/00 (pp. 53-64)— some 1902/4.) 
Beceipts and Expenditures 

1849/50-1862. Expenditures of judicial dept. (A.R. 
state comptroller 1849/.50 (pp. 521-522)— same 
1861/2.) 

PaclDfr froiu Collected docs. 
1858. Stmt, of contingent expenses of atty. gen's, office. 

(Sen. jol. 10 sess. pp. 293-294.) 
1858/9. Stmt of accts. paid out of Supreme Court con- 
tingent fund from July 1 to Feb. 11. (Same 10 
sess. pp. 260-261.) 
1862-1904. Financial stmt. (A.R. atty. gen. 1862 (p. 
23)— bienn. rept. same 1902/4.) 

Xo returns in repts. for 1.SS5/6. 18S(Vi)0-lS".)l/2 
Stmts, for yrs. 1800/1-1S04/5 found lu rent. 
l.Sn.'?/4. 

1865-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended of judicial dept. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1863/5 (p. 38)— sojrae 
1902/4.) 

1881. Stmt, of e.\pense incurred in Hatch (Supreme 
Judge Colusa Co.) impeachment case. (Asem. jol. 
24 sess. pp. 436-441.) 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for atty. gen. (Bienn. 
rept. controller 1880/2 (p. 58)— sa?ne 1902/4.) 

ADULTERATION 

Food Products; see Industries, etc. Food Law; do. Inspection 
Wine; see Industries, etc. Liquor 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE; see AGRICULTURE. EDUCA- 
TION 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 
Kcrial 
REPORTS 
A 

1 HCrlCB 
IiirliT HiiiK' K'lvl. miiPiKirlPd by Hneclnl npprnii, mid Ijy 
Bpportl.inriiint from K.'m-rnl funds of the llnl- 
verwlly of (III. 

1876/71888/90. HpptH. of the College of Agrlc, IFnlv 
of Cal. Sarramonto. 1877- 1890. 

f'llrrkll«l 
annum. 1876/7. Unlvi-mllr of f«l., nerkeley. Urptn. to 
Iirid. of the Ilnlvcmlty, from the Col- 
!'•«••« of AKrIciilliirp nnd the Mrcliiinlc 
Artn. 1877. SO pp. 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
REPORTS — cont'd 
A — cont'd 
1 series — cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
unnum. 1878/9. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Supplement to the blenn. rept 
of bd. of regents. 1879. 113 pp. 
1880. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Rept. of the professor In 
charge to the bd. of regents, being 
a part of the rept. of the regents of 
the University. 1881. 108 pp. 
1881/2. Same. 1882. 1883. 179 pp. lllus. 

foldg. sheets. 
1882/4. Same. 1884. 1884. Ill pp. foldg. 

sheet. 
1S85/6. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Supplement to the blenn. rept. 
of the bd. of regents. 1887. 167 pp. 
foldg. sheet. 
1887/8. Unlverslt.v of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Kept, of the professor In 
charge to the president, being a part 
of the rept. of the regents of the 
University. By B. W. Hllgard. 1889. 
19 pp. 
1888/90. Same, for the two vrs. ending June 
30, isno. 1890. 14 pp. 

2 series 

Under Hatch Act 

1888/9-1903/4. [Repts. of agric. exper. station.] 
Checklist 
unniini. 1888/9. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. Rept. on the agrlc. exper. sta- 
tions of the U. S., with descriptions 
of the regions represented. By E. W. 
Hllgard. Being a part of the com- 
bined repts. for 1888 and 1889. 
Sacramento, 1890. 204 pp. 
1890. Same. Being a part of the rept. of 
the regents of the T'nlverslty. Sac- 
ramento, 1891. 329 pp. lllus. 
1891/2. Same. Sacramento, 1893. 316 pp. 
1892/3 and part of 1894. Same. Sacramento, 

1894. 504 pp. pl.s. 
1894/5. Same. Sacramento, 1896. xll, 481 pp. 

lllus. pis. 
1895/7. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 
ture. Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion. Partial rept. of work of the 
agrlc. expor. stations of the U. S. 
for the yrs. 18951890, 1896-1897. 
Being a part of the rept. of the 
regents of the University. University 
Tress, Berkeley, 1898. 455 pp. pis. 
illua. 
" 1897/8. University of Cal. College of Agricul- 

ture. .\Krlcullural Experiment Sta- 
tion, lii'pt. of work of the agrlc. 
exper. stations of the U. S. for the 
yr. 1897/8. Being a part of the 
rept. of the regents of the University. 
Sacramento, 1900. 307 pp. pi's, 
lllus. 
" 1808/01. University of Cal. Publications. Rept. 

of work of the agrlc. exper. stations 
of the tl. S. for the yra. 1898-1901. 
Sacramento, 1902. 2 pts. pt. 1 144 
PP. Hue. pt. 2, pp. Iv, 145-409. 
lllus. 
" 1001/3. Same, from .Tune 30, 1901 to June 30 

1903. Sacramento, 1903. 222 pp 
With the foregoing rept. a change Is Innugiiniled lu the 
policy henlofore pursued In the method of pubii- 
i-ntiiin. Thus far the bulk of tlie work of the 
experiment station had been published In (mostly 
bli'unlal) reiits., ranging near 400 pages while 
only such matter as seemed of more pressing im- 
iiorlanee was published at once In the form of 
bulli'tlns. Tills imllcv is now reversed hv publish- 
ing ri'snll.s mainly In hullellu form so' soon na 
conipleled. and to include In (be reiXs. merely 
such [natter as is not suitable for circulation in 

''."II''' I'",! nii«'' l"'lng of minor interest to the 

State at large, or too teclinlcnl In Its nature 
22.' 1903/4. Same. Haeramento, 11104. 228 pp lllus 
In Coliecied docs, as followH: 

1 Bories 

1870/7-1888/0O omitted. 

•Thla numbering caleulatea the inclusion In this series 
of the four vKlcultural repts. 



' ' 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



13 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION- 

serial — cont'd 

REPORTS— cont'd 

A — cont'd 

2 series 

1888/9-180:;/3 omittoil. 

1894/5 Id App. to jola. 82 srsii. v. 4. 

189S/T omlttod. 

1897/8 In App. to jols. 34 sess. 

1898/01 " '• •• " 36 •• 

1901/3 30 " 



cont'd 



V. 3. 
V. 3. 
V. 8. 



B 



1883/4-1887/93. Rept. of the vltlcultural work. Sacra- 
mento, 1886-1896. 

OUeckllst 

1883/4 nnd 1884/.'i. University of Cal. College of Agri- 
culture. Kept, of vltlcultural work during the seasons 
of 1883/4 and 1884/r>, being apn. iv to the rept. for 
1884. With notes regarding the vintage of 1885- 
1886. By K. W. Ullgard. 188(1. 210 pp. 

1885/0. Same, during the seasons 188B and 1880. Being 
app. vl to the rept. for 1880. By E. W. Illlgord. 
1880. 180 pp. 

1887/9. Same, during the seasons 1887-1889, with data 
regarding the vintage of 1800. Part 1. Ued-wlne 
grapes. Prepared under the direction of R. W. Ull- 
gard liy U Paparplll. Being a part of the rept. of the 
regents of the Univ. 18!)2. 345 pp. 

1887/93. Same, during the seasons 1887-1803. with data 
regarding the vintage of 1804-1803. Il"lng a part of 
the rept. of the regents of the I.nlv. 1890. vll (1), 
406 pp. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1883/4-1887/9 omitted. 

1887/93 In App. to Jols. 32 sess. v. 4 [doc. 4]. 

BULLETINS 
1 series 

Under University of Cal. 

188 (3?) -1887. University of Cal. Exper. Station. Bul- 
letins, nos. 1-77. 

Checklist 
188(37) 
no. 1. Examination of the water of the San Fernando 
tunnel, Los Angeles co. n. d. 1883 (?) 1 
sheet 

1884 
no. 2. List of plants ready for distribution from the 
University, Feb. 1. 1 sheet 

. Reprinted In Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1883/4 : 

104-105 
no. 8. Possible elDcacy of various Insecticide remedies 
agst. the phylloxera, Jan. 17. 1 sheet. 

. Reprinted In Kept, on vltlc. work, agrlc college, 

1883/5:177. 
no. 4. Analyses of tanning materials, Jan. 23. 1 

sheet 
no. 5. Notice re. distribution of plants, Feb. 2. 1 
sheet. 

. Reprinted In Blenn. rept. agrlc college, 1883/4 : 

104-109. 
no. 0. Comparative examination of claret grapes from 
Fresno and Llvermore valley. Feb. 19. 1 sheet 

. Repr. In Rept. of vltlc. work, agrlc. college, 

1883/5:45-51. 
Examination of Irrigation waters, Feb. 26. 1 

sheet. 
Examination of fertilizing materials, Mch. 6. 

1 sheet. 
Examination of zinfandel wines, Apr. 2. 1 
sheet. 
Repr. In Rept on vltlc. work, agrlc. college 

188.1/5 : 0405. 
Examination of soils, Apr. 16. 1 sheet. 
Concerning the census rept. [U. S. 10th census 
V. 6] " On the physical and agricultural feat- 
ures of California " ; May 1. 1 sheet. 
DO. 12. Examination of zinfandel wines, May 30. 1 
sheet. 

. Hepr. In Rept on vltlc. work, agrlc college, 

1*83/5 : 62-63. 
no. 13. Examination of red or claret wines from Mr. 
H. W. Crabb, Oakvllle, Napa co., Aug. 8. 1 
sheet. 

. Repr. In Rept. on vltlc work, agrlc. college, 

1883/5 : 70-72. 
no. 14. Examination of artesian waters from the San 

Joaquin Valley. Aug. 20. 1 sheet. 
no. 15. Examination of soils from So. Calif. : from 
Kedlands colony ; from Cajon Valley, Aug. 30. 
1 sheet 



no. 


7. 


no. 


8. 


no. 


9. 


no. 

DO. 


10. 
11. 



no. 


17 


no. 


18. 


DO. 


19 


no. 


20 


no. 


21 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION— cont'd 
serial — cont'd 
BULLETINS— cont'd 
1 series — cont'd 

Checklist — cont'd 
1884— cont'd 
DO. 16. PIntomology In the College of Agriculture, Sept 

11. 1 sheet. 

. Reprinted In Blenn. rept agrlc. exper. station, 

l§83/4 : 79-80. 
The Muscat grape on the southern mesas, n. d. 

1 sheet. 
Mr. J. A. Bauer's phylloxera remedy, Oct. 1. 

1 sheet. 
Observations on the phylloxera made during 

1884, Oct 10. 1 sheet. 
Reprinted In Rept. of vltlc. work, college of 
agrlc. 1883/5 : 102-103. 

Examination of stream and well waters ; the 
artesian well at the Stockton asylum, Oct. 23. 
1 sheet. 
Examination of red wines from Sonoma and 
Napa counties, n. d. 1 sheet. 

. Repr. In Kept, on vltlc. work, agrlc. college, 

188.1/5 : 72-74. 
no. 22. University seed distribution, Nov. 15. 1 sheet 

. Repr. In Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1883/4 : 

100-107. 
no. 23. VlntaKo work In the vltlcultural laboratory, 

1884. Nov. 20. 1 sheet. 
no. 24. Examinations of grape-growing soils n. d. 1 

sheet. 
no. 26. Examinations of Alameda co. vineyard soils, 

n. d. 1 sheet. 
no. 26. Examinations of various vegetable substances, 

Dec. 11. 1 sheet, 
no. 27. Examination of soils from the northern coast 

range region, Dec. 18. 1 sheet 
no. 28. Examination of tule, marsh, and alkali soils 

n. d. 1 sheet, 
no. 29. Distribution of plants and scions, Dec. 29. 1 

sheet. 
. Reprinted In Blenn. rept agrlc. college, 

1883/4 : 104109. 
no. 29 (sic. I. e. 30). Concerning specimens sent for 

examination ; various upland soils, n. d. 1 

sheet 

1885 
Examination of Trousseau and Burger wlnea, 
Jan. 29. 1 sheet. 
Examinations of well and spring waters, Feb. 

12. 1 sheet 
Examinations of soils and waters, Feb. 26. 1 

sheet. 

Experiments on the growth of cuttings from 
wild American wines, Mch. 12. 1 sheet. 

Investigations of wines from rare grape vari- 
eties grown by the Natoma Water and Mining 
Co., Folsom, 1884, Mondeuse ; Slrah ; Apr. 2. 
1 sheet. 

Examinations of soils and sub-soils, Apr. 10. 
1 sheet. 

Same as no. 35 ; Clnsaut Petit, Bauschet, 
Verdot, Merlot, Apr. 17. 1 sheet 

Same ; Beclan, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sau- 
vlgnon, Apr. 30. 1 sheet. 

Analyses of oranges and lemons from the River- 
side citrus fair, March, 1845 (sic. I. e. 1885), 
May 22. 1 sheet. 

Clalrette Blanche, May 5. 1 sheet. 

The olive, June 20. 1 sheet 

Vintage work In the vltlcultural laboratory, 

1885. Aug. 13. 1 sheet 
Analyses of Santa Clara red wines. Sept 10. 1 

sheet. 
The " bedrock lands " of Sacramento CO., Oct 2. 

1 sheet. 
Grafting the Calif, wild vine. Oct 2. 1 sheet 
Grafting and fruiting of resistant vines, n. d. 
1 sheet. 
no. 47. Seed distribution, n. d. 1 sheet. 

. Repr. In Blenn. rept. agrlc. college, 1885/0 : 

158-100. 
no. 48. Investigation upon the mercurial phylloxera 
remedy. Nov. 12. 1 sheet. 
. Reprinted In Rept of vltlc work of agrlc. col- 
lege. 1883/5: 179-181. 
no. 49. Examinations of soils from the bay region, Dec 

4. 1 sheet. 
DO. 60. Distribution of plants and scions, Dec. 29. 1 
sheet. 

. Repr. Id Blenn. rept. agrlc college, 1885/6 : 

160-102. 



no. 


31 


no. 


32 


no. 


33 


no. 


34 


DO. 


35 


no. 


30 


no. 


37 


no. 


38 


no. 


39 


no. 
no. 
no. 


40 
41 
42 


no. 


43 


no. 


44 


no. 

DO. 


45 
40 



14 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE bTATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

BL'LLETINS— cont'd 

1 series — cont'd 

Chectllst — cont'd 

1886 

no. 51. The wines of 1885, Jan. 15. 1 sheet, 

. Repr. In Rept on vltlc. work, agrlc. college, 

1883/5 : 158-159 : 1885/6 : 28-30. 
no. 52. Alkaline washes for fruit trees, Feb. 6. 1 

sheet, 
no. 53. Irrisration. drainage and alkali, Feh. 25. 1 

sheet, 
no. 54. Condensed grape must and its uses, Apr. 23. 
1 sheet. 

. Repr. in Rept. on vltlc. work, agric. college, 

1885/6 : 42-44. 
no. 55. The woolly aphis and its repression. May 6. 1 

sheet 
no. 56. Whiile-oll soap insecticide washes. May li. 1 

sheet. 
no. 37. Vintage work and instruction In the vlti- 

cultiiral ialioratorv, 1886. Aug. 20. 1 sheet. 
no. 58. The Hessian fly and resistant grains, Oct. 9. 

1 sheet. 
no. 59. Concerning the Vniverslty experimental plot at 
Cupertino, Santa Clara co.. Nov. 26. 1 sheet. 
no. 60. Calorimetrlc measurement of wines, Dec. 10. 

1 sheet, 
no. 61. Distribution of seeds and plants, Dec. 23. 1 

sheet, 
no. 62. Distribution of cuttings and scions, Dec. 29. 
1 sheet. 

1887 

Experiments on methods of fermentation, Jan. 

6. 1 sheet. 
Planting and grafting resistant vines, Jan. 28. 

1 sheet. 
Shall California make sophisticated wines?, 

Feb. 11. 1 sheet. 
The principles and pasteurizing tof wines], 

Feb. 25. 1 sheet. 
Misconception of the University vltlcultural 

work. Mch. 26. 1 sheet, 
rniversity distribution of seeds, plants, etc., 

Apr. 15. 1 sheet. 
Wine colors and color-wines. May 12. 1 sheet. 
Abnormal deposits on vine leaves ; mysterious 

death of vines ; remedy for the anthrocnose of 

vinos, June 4. 1 sheet. 
The use of gases agst scale Insects, June 12. 

1 sheet. 

Sugar beets at Fresno; the Hessian fly and 

resistant grains, Aug. 12. 1 sheet. 
The use of hydrocyanic acid agst. scale Insects, 

Aug. 27. 1 sheet. 
Vintage work and Instruction in the vltlcultural 

laboratory. 1887. Aug. 2G. 1 sheet. 
Spray and hand triatinents for the codlln 

moth : dltflcult fermentations during vintage 

Just past, Nov. 19. 1 sheet. 
Distribution of seeds and plants, Dec. 10. 1 

sheet. 
The extraction of color and tannin during red 

wine fermentation, Dec. 30. 1 sheet. 

2 series 

T'nder Hatch Act 

1888-1904. Bulletins, 78-155. 

Bull. 144 Is the only bulletin found In the Collected 
docs. It may be found in App. to Jols. 35 sess. 
V. 3. 

T'ndi'r the Hatch net, providing for an annual federal 
ni»prn. for the support of agric. ex|terlment stn- 
tlonH, these publications are no longer absolutely 
state publlentlons. They have been Indexed by 
Hubject, but n numerical list of them has been 
dispensed with. 

CIRCULARS 



Circulars. 1-12. 

Checkllut 
1903 
Teins fever, by A. R. Wiird. 7 pp. 
illarlil.g. by A. R. Ward. 3 pp. 
Hog rholern, by A. R. Ward, fl pp. 
Anihrni. by A. H. Ward. 3 pn, 
('ontnglons abortion In cows, l)y J. 



no. 


63. 


no. 


64 


no. 


65 


no. 


66 


no. 


67 


no. 


68 


no. 
no. 


69 
70 


no. 


71 


no. 


72 


no. 


73 


no. 


74 


no. 


75 


no. 


70 


no. 


77 



1903-1904. 


( 


no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 
no. 


1. 

2. 
8. 
4. 
5. 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
CIRCULARS— cont'd 
A — cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
1903 — cont'd 
no. 8. Laboratory method for ordinary chemical ex- 
amination of waters for irrigation and do- 
mestic purposes. 4 pp. 

1904 
no. 9. Asparagus rust investigation, by R. E. Smith. 

20 pp. 
no. 10. Reading course in economic entomology, by 

C. W. Woodworth. 18 (1) pp. 
no. 11. Fumigation practice, by C. W. Woodworth. 

27 (1) pp. 
no. 12. Silk culture, by C. W. Woodworth. 6 pp. 

B 

1896-1904. Circulars [unnumbered]. 

Checklist 
1896. Sugestlons regarding examination of lands, Oct. 
7 pp. 
Distribution of seeds and plants. 



I/AW. 



13 



pp 

no. 0. Mrthodii of physical nnd chemical soil nnnlyslH, 

by K. W. Illlgard. 23 pp. 
no. 7. Krmedlea for insects, b.v C. W. Woodworth. 10 

pp. 



1899. 
1900. 
1901. 



Brown rot of stone fruits. Blolettl. 
" Warning to olive growers. Blolettl. 
1902. Distribution of seeds and plants. 
[1903]. The new fertilizer law. 6 pp. 
"Those items for which no pagination is given, were 
not seen by the compiler. Titles were taken from 
Rept. agrlc. exper. station 1898/01 ; 16. 

non-serial 

1870-1888. History of Berkeley Exper. Station. (Bienn. 
rept. agric. exper. station 18SS/9: 19-21.) 

1877-1878. Urging importance of establisliing local ex- 
periment stations in the several different climatic 
regions of state. (Bienn. rept. agric. college, Univ. 
of Cal. 1876/7 (pp. 13-15)— same 1878/9.) 

1883. Favoring establishment of seed farms In state. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1882: 21-22.) 

1888. Progress of exper. station worlv; by Hllgard. 
(Agric. exper. station bull. 80.) 

. Extract from bull. no. 80, on progress of exper. 

station work. (Bienn. rept. agrlc. college 1887/8: 

13-16.) 
. Rept. on establishment of outlying stations; by 

Hilgard. 3 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 78.) 
. Same. (Bienn. rept. agric. college. State Univ. 

1887/8: 11-13.) 
1888/9-1903/4. Rept. of central exper. station (Berke- 
ley). (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1888/9 

(pp. 19-53)— A.R. same 1903/4.) 
. Rept. of San .Joaquin Valley Station (Tulare). 

(Same 1888/9 (pp. 112-148)— A.R. same 1903/4.) 
. Rept. of Southern Coast Range Station (Paso 

de Robles). (Same 1888/9 (pp. 89-111)— some 

1901/3.) 

1889. Description of experiment grounds of Berkeley 
Station: analyses of soils, description of bldgs. 
(Same 1888/9: 24-37.) 

. Review of work done in different depts. of 

Berkeley Station since its establishment. (Same 
1888/9: 37-53.) 

. Description of San Joaquin Valley Station; loca- 
tion. Improvements, water supply, etc. (Same 
1888/9: 132-136.) 

1889-1903/4. Rept. of Foothill Station (Jackson, Ama- 
dor Co.). (Same 1888/9 (pp. 54-88)— A.R. same 
1903/4.) 

1889/90-1903/4. Agrlc. exper. stations of Cal. Univ. In 
acct. with IT. S. apprn. (Same 1888/9 (p. 203) — 
A.R. same 1903/4.) 

1890. Scoiip of station work on Pacific coast as com- 
parrd with that of Allaiillc iind I'^tiropoan stations. 
(A.R. agrlc. cxpcr. station 1890: 18.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OP CALIPORNIA 



15 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION— cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1890. Comment on outlying sub-stations, and others 

that should be established. (Blenn. rept. agrlc. 

college 1SS8/90: 9-13.) 
1890-1903/4. Rept. of South Cnl. Station (Pomona, Los 

Angeles Co.). (A.n. agrlc. exper. stations 1890 

(pp. 292-300)— same 1903/4.) 
1893. Rept. of exper. station exhibit at World's Pair, 

Chicago, and Midwinter Fair. S. P. (Blenn. rept. 

agric. exper. stations 1892/4: 465-473.) 

1895. Examples of results of work of the exper. sta- 
tions since their establishment. (A.R. agric. exper. 
stations 1894/5: 2-7.) 

1896. Work of agric. college and exper. stations; by 
Hllgard. 17 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 111.) 

1899-1901. Culture work at sub-stations; by Shinn. 

120 pp. (Same. bull. 147.) 
1903/4. Rept. of division of agric. technology. (A.R. 

agric. exper. stations 1903/4: 73-74.) 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES 

1867. Organization of co. agric. societies advised; 
state aid to same recommended; proposed act for 
encouragement of same. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 
1866/7: 5; 501-506.) 

. Agric. and mechanical assns. of state best me- 
dium for distributing information to secure Immi- 
gration; plan recommended for organization of an 
immigrant aid assn. to be assisted by a state 
apprn. {Same 1866/7 (pp. 6-10)— same 1868/9.) 

1872. Farmers' clubs: address of state by committee of 
Cal. Farmers' Union. (Same 1872: 777-784.) 

1872-1879. Transactions of the various co. and district 
agric. and hortic. societies and fairs. (Same 1872 
(pp. 511-776)— same 1879.) 

No return.^ In lft7G and 1877. 
1883. Rept. recommending formation of a state fruit 

growers' assn.; discussion. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 

98-103.) 
1886. Discussion of res. re. formation of Cal. fruit 

union. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 306-323.) 
1886-1889. List of Cal. fruit growers' unions and assns. 

and officers. (Same 1885/6 (pp. 26-27) — A.R. same 

1889.) 

Bay District Agricultural Society 
serial 
1872. Transactions. 

In Daoiimonts as follows : 

1872 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1872: [749]-763. 

Bay District Fair Ground Association 
serial 
1874. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1874 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1874 : [6851-694. 

Bay District Horticultural Society 
serial 
1872. Transactions. 

Id Documents as follows : 

1872 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1872: [,1111-502. 

California Vine Growers' and Wine and Brandy Manufactur- 
ers' Association 

1872. Rept. of organization and proceedings. 
Id Documents as follows : 

1872 (Feb.) In Trans, state agrlc socy. 1870/1: 

483-517. 
1872 (Sept.) In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1872: 
[437J-510. 

District Agricultural Associations 

Under act of April 15. 1880, to form agricultural 
districts, to provide for organization of agricultural 
assns. therein. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
DlSTUICT No. 1 

Composed of Alameda, Contra Costa and San Francisco 







senaJ 






1880-1894. Transactions. 






In Documents 


as 


follows 






1880 In Tnins. 


Rtal 


agrlc. 


socy. 1880 


[1911-223. 


1881 " 


** 




1881 


2251-241. 


1.S82 " 


" 




1882 


233 -251. 


1883 " 


" 




1883 • 


2151-231. 


1884 " 


*' 




1884 


259 -276. 


1885 " 


" 




" 1885 


293 -315. 


1886 •• 


" 




1886 


419 -438. 


1887 •' 


'* 




1887 


473 -49.5. 


1888 " 


*' 




1888 


42.'5 -444. 


1889 " 


*' 




1889 


505 -527. 


1890 •' 


" 




1890 


393 -410. 


1891 " 


" 




1891 


209 -310. 


1892 " 


" 




1892 


223 -233. 


1893 " 


'* 




" 1893 : 


202-204. 


1894 '• 


'* 




" 1894 


[2331-235. 



District No. 2 

Composed of San .Toaqnln, Calaveras, Fresno, Kern, 
Merced. Mariposa, Stanislaus, Tulare, and Tuo- 
lumne COS. 

serial 
1880-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents ns follows : 



1880 In Trans. 


state 


agrlc. socy 


1880 


12251-258. 


1S81 " 


*• 


** " 


1881 


2431-27.5. 


1882 " 


*' 


It II 


1882 


253 -271. 


1883 " 


" 


" ** 


1883 


[2331-253. 


1884 " 


*' 


II 11 


1884 


2771-298. 


1885 " 


'* 


II II 


1885 


317 -340. 


1886 " 


" 


•1 II 


1886 


439 -48.3. 


1887 " 

1888 " 


.'.' 


." 


1887 
1888: 


[497 -540. 
445 -51.3. 


1889 " 


" 


" '* 


1889 


529 -630. 


1890 •' 

1891 " 

1892 " 

1893 " 


" 


!! :! 


1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 


[411 -473. 

311 -366. 

235 -270. 
205-208. 


1894 " 


" 


II II 


1894. 


236-241. 




non-serial 







1894/5. Financial stmt, of second district agric. assn., 
composed of co. of San Joaquin, from Dec. 10, 1894, 
to Dec. 10, 1895. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1895: 
[2071-211.) 



District No. 3 

Composed of Sutter. Yuba, Butte, Colusa, Tehama, 
Sacramento, and Glenn cos. 

serial 

1880-1894. Transactions. 



Yolo, 



In Docunieni 


s a 


^ follows 






1880 In 


Trans. 


Sti 


ite agrlc. 


socy. 1880 : 


[2591-292. 


1881 •' 


" 






1881 : 


277 -300. 


1882 " 


" 






1882 : 


273 -288. 


1883 " 


" 






1883: 


255 -270. 


1884 " 


'• 






•■ 1884: 


299 -31 !3. 


1885 " 


" 






•• 18.S5 : 


341 -35.5. 


1886 " 


" 






1886 : 


485 -504. 


1887 " 


" 






■• 1887 : 


541 -571. 


1888 " 


" 






1888 : 


515 -533. 


1889 " 


I* 






1889 ; 


631 -655. 


1890 " 


'■ 






" 1890 : 


475 -490. 


1891 " 


** 






1891 : 


:W7 1-378. 


1892 '• 


I* 






1892 : 


271 -277. 


1893 " 


" 






" 1893:: 


!09-212. 


1894 ■• 


" 






1894 : : 


!42-243. 



District No. 4 

Composed of Sonoma, Marin, Solano, Napa, and Lake 

COS. 

serial 
1880-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows ; 



lu A^ui.iiiiivii lo an iviiunia . 

1880 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1880: [2931-306, 

1881 1881:13011-324. 

1882 1882: [2891-307. 



1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 




16 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE S'lATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTiniAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations— cont'd 



1891 : [3791-401. 
1892: [2791-295. 

1893 : 213-219. 

1894 : 244-247. 



1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 



[3251-351. 
[3091-328. 
[3011-321. 
[3431-366. 
[3871-415. 



DisTEicT No. 4 — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
1891 In Trans, state agric. socy. 
1892 ' " 

1893 " " ■ 

1894 ' 

DiSTEICT No. 5 „ ,, X 

Composed of Santa Clara and San Mateo coa 
serial 
1881-1894. Transactions. 

Id Documents as follows : 
1881 In Trans, state agric. socy 

1882 ■' ;; 

1883 

1884 

1885 '• 

1886 failed to send rept. 

1887 In Trans, state agric. socy 

1888 " •• •• •' 

1889 " 

1890 • 

1891 " 

1892 

1893 

1894 

DiBTKICT No. 6 „ T, , 

Composed of Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, 
San Bernardino, Ventura, and Inyo cos. 
serial 
1880-1895. Transactions. 

In Doeumunis as follows: 

1880 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1880 

1881 " " " " " 1881 
188'* loo- 

1883 " •• ;; ;: " Jiff 

1884 1^"* 

iRffi " *' " " '* 1885 

lite " :: :: :: :: i|«« 
Jill :: :: - •• ■• llil 

1889 18«9 

1890 " " :: ;: :; i|9o 

1801 1°^' 

1892 18*'2 

1893 " •; :: ;: :: i|03 

1894 " ]%li 

1895 1895 

DifiTBICT No. 7 

Composed of Monterey, Santa 
and Ban Benito cos. 

serial 



1887 : (6131-623. 
1888: [5711-500. 
1889: [6951-719. 
1S90: [5131-529. 
1891 : [4051-418. 
1892: [2971-310. 

1893 : 220-224. 

1894 : 248-252. 



; [3071-315. 

[3531-363. 

[3291-358. 

(3231-360. 

(3671-306. 

(4171-455. 

[5311-565. 

[6251-648. 

[5911-616. 

(7211-752. 

(5311-549. 
: [4191-437. 

(3111-329. 
; 225-227. 

253-255. 
; 212-213. 



Cruz, San Luis Obispo, 



1880-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents hh follows : 
1880 In Trnns. state agric. socy. 1880 : 



1881 

1882 " 

1883 

1884 

1885 " 

1880 " 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1800 

1891 

1892 

1803 

1894 

District No. 8 

Composed of Nevada, El 
Alpine, and Mono cos. 
serial 



1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1803 
1894 



(3171-327. 

[3051-376. 

[3591-372. 

(3011-374. 

(3971-410. 

(4571-474. 

1 507 1 -580. 

[6491-005. 

[6171-034. 

(7531-769. 

(5511-567. 

(4301-452. 

(3311-339. 

228-230. 

256-258. 



Dorado, I'lacer, Amador, 



1880-1894. Transactions. 

In DornmontB as follows ; 

1880 In Trans, stale agric. socy. 1880: 

1881 1881 : 

1882 1882: 

1883 1883: 

1884 1884 : 

1886 1880 : 

1880 1880 : 

1887 1887 : 

1888 1888 : 

1889 1880: 

1890 1800: 

1801 1891 : 

1892 1892 : 

1893 1898: 

1894 ' •• •• 1804 : 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
District No. 9 

Composed of Del Norte, Humboldt, and Mendocino cos. 
serial 
1880-1894. Transactions. 

In DocuDients as follows: 
1880 In Trans, state agric. socy. 

1881 ' 

1882 

1883 

1884 •' 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 •' 

1891 

1892 " 

1893 

1894 



1880: [3451-358. 
1881 : [4111-420. 
1882: (3891-401. 
1883: [4051-418. 
1884: (4671-482. 
1885: (4971-514. 
1886: (5951-610. 
'6811-700. 

[6471-668. 

[7831-806. 

[5851-601. 

[4631-478. 
1892: [3511-364. 

1893 : 234-236. 

1894 : 202-265. 



1887 : 
1888: 
1889: 
1890: 
1891: 



DiSTBICT No. 10 

Composed of Siskiyou. Trinity, and Shasta cos. 
serial 



1880-1894. Transactions 






In Documents 


as follows 






1880 in Trans. 


state agric. 


socy. 1880 


[3591-304 


1881 " 




1881 : 


4211-434. 


1882 '• 




" 1882 


403 -419. 


1883 •' 




•• 1883 


419 -431. 


1884 " 




1884 


4831-498 


1885 " 




1885 


515 -533 


1886 " 




•• 1886 


on -029 


1887 " 




1887 


7011-712 


1888 " 




•• 1888 


0091-081 


1889 " 




•• 1889 


807 -821 


1890 " 




1890 


6031-616 


1891 •' 




1891 


479 -490 


1892 " 




" 1892 


365 -374 


1893 " 




1893 


237-240. 


1894 " 




1894 


200-268. 



DiSTKICT No. 11 

Composed of Plumas, Lassen, Sierra, and Modoc cos. 
serial 



-1894. Transactions. 








In Documents 


as follows 






1880 In Trans. 


state f 


grlc. 


socy. 1880 


[3051-371 


1881 '• 


" 




1881 


4351-440. 


1882 " 


** 




1882 


4211-428. 


1883 •' 


*• 




■■ 1883 


4331-440 


1884 " 


" 




•' 1884 


4091-514. 


1885 " 


*• 




1885 


5351-552. 


1888 " 


•' 




" 1886 


0311-046 


1887 " 


" 




•' 1887 


7131-729 


1888 " 


•' 




1888 


0831-704 
8231-848 


1880 " 


'* 




" 1889 


1800 " 


" 




1890 


0171-038 


1891 " 


'* 




•' 1891 


4911-506. 


1892 " 


•* 




" 1892 


[3751-388 
241-246. 


1893 " 


" 




1893 


1894 " 


" 




'■ 1894 


269-272. 



3291-3)3. 
3771-409. 



;)73 

876 

411 

475 

581 

007 

035 

771 

509 

453 

341 
231-233 
260-201. 



388. 
-404. 
-400. 
•495. 
■503. 

080. 
■040. 
-782. 

583. 

402. 

349. 



DiSTBICT No. 12 

Composed of Mendocino and Lake cos. 
serial 
1883-1894. Transactions. 

In Docunicnta as follows : 

1883 In Trans, state agric. Bocy. 1883 : 

1884 ^' " 1884 : 

1885 ' ' 1885: 

1880 " '• ' 1880 : 

1887 1887: 

1888 1888 : 

1889 1880 : 

1800 1800 : 

1891 1891 : 

1892 no ri-pt made. 

1893 In TriinN. state agric. socy. 
1894 ^■ 



[4471-400. 
5151-536. 
553 1 -506. 



047 
731 
705 
849 
039 



601. 
-750. 
-717. 
-804. 

053. 



1893 
1894: 



5071-617. 

247-240. 
273-276. 



DiBTBICT No. 13 

Composed of Sacrnmcnlo, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba cos. 
serial 
1883-1894. Transactions. 

In Docniiients ns follnwH : 
1883 In Trnns. sinte iiurlc. socy. 

1884 ^• 

1886 no report made. 



1883 : 
1884: 



14011-472. 
[6871-666. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



ir 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
DisnucT No. 13 — cout'd 

serial — cont'd 

socy 



1IS8(> In Trans, stiite ncrlc. 

1S,S7 

18S,S 

1889 

18U0 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

District No. 14 

Composed of Sauta Cruz Co. 
serial 



ISSO ; 
1.MS7 : 
ISSK ; 
ISSU : 

1890 : 

1891 ; 
189;; : 

1893 : 

1894 ; 



1 OiW 

I 7,-.7 
I71S1 
I 8(i5 

[ tir>5 

1.119 

i;i89 

■-'50-2 

;;70-i 



1-688. 
1-777. 

j-7;i4. 

1-885. 
1-071. 

l-r,:ti:. 

1-401. 

152. 

!79. 



west of Aptos Creek. 



1888-1894. Transactions. 










In I>uounients 


as foil 


ows 








1888 Id Trans. 


stale a 


Krle. 


socy 


1888 


[735J-744. 


1889 •' 








1889 


18871-900. 


1890 •' 




•' 




1890 


1 073 j -689. 


1.S91 •■ 




•' 




1891 


[5331-551. 


1892 •' 




•' 




1892 


[4031-418. 


1893 •• 




♦' 




1893 


253-255. 


1894 •• 




" 




1894 


280-283. 



District No. 15 

Composed of Kern and Tulare cos. 
serial 
1892-1894. Transactions. 

In Docmuents as follows : 
1892 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1892 : 

1893 1893: 

1894 1894: 

District No. 16 

Composed of San Luis Obispo Co. 
serial 

1887-1894. Transactions. 

In |)ueuuii'nis as follows: 
1SS7 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1887 

1888 1888 : 

1889 1889 : 

1890 " 1890 : 

1891 no report made. 

1892 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1892 

1893 1893 

1894 ' " 1894 

District No. 17 

Composed of Nevada and Placer cos. 
serial 
1885-1894. Transactions. 

In r>oouments as follows : 

1885 in Trans, state agric. socy. 1885: [5671-595. 

1886 1880:16891-722. 

1887 ' " 1887: (7971-828. 

1888 " 1888: [7871-784. 

1SS9 1889: [9331 -9,';o. 

18!iO 1890: [709 J -733. 

1891 1891 : [5531-566. 

1892 1892: [4511-462. 

1893 1893 : 263-266. 

1894 ' 1894:289-291. 

District No. 18 

Composed of Alpine, Mono, and Inyo cos. 
serial 



[4191-430 

256-259. 

284-285. 



[7791-795. 
[7451-705. 
(9071-931. 
(6911-707. 

[4311-450. 

260-262. 

286-288. 



1887-1895. Transactions. 






In Docutnents 


as follows 






1887 In Trans. 


state agric. 


socy. 1887 


[8291-838 


1888 ■• 


„ >i 


1888 


7851-802. 


1889 •• 


1, 11 


1889 


9511-971 


1890 •• 


,4 •• 


1890 


7351-744 


1891 ■• 


<4 1, 


1891 


5671-583 


1892 •• 


• 1 tt 


1892 


4631-473 


1893 •• 


tl «• 


1893 


267-269. 


1894 " 


It It 


•' 1894 


292-296. 


1895 " 


•' 


•• 1895 


214. 



District No. 19 

Composed of south half of Santa Barbara co. 
serial 
1887-1895. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1887 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: [8391-854. 

1888 1888: [8031-818. 

1889 ' " 1889: [9731-991. 

1890 •' 1890: [7451-760. 

2 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
Dlstkict No. IS) — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

1891 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1891:15851-599. 

1892 1892 : |4751-487. 

1893 1893:270-273. 

1894 1894 : 297-299. 

1895 1895 : 215-216. 

District No. 20 

Composed of Placer Co. 
serial 
1889-1893. Transactions. 

In I>ueuiiieiits as follows : 
1889 In Trans, state agric. socy. 

1890 ^• 

1891 

1892 no report made. 

1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 



1889: [9931-1004. 
1890: 1701 1-771. 
1891: (0011-610. 

1893 : 274-276. 



District No. 21 

Composed of Merced, Mariposa, and Fresno cos. 
serial 
1888-1893. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1888 In Trans, state agric. socy, 

1889 ^' 

1890 

1891 ' 

1892 no report made. 

1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 

District No. 22 

Composed of San Diego Co. 
serial 
1889-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1889 In Trans, state agric. socy 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 •• ' ' 

1894 



1888: [8191-832. 
1889: (10051-1022. 
1890: [7731-787. 
1891 : [6111-623. 

. 1893 : 277-280. 



1889: (10231-1037. 
1890: [7891-802. 
1891 : (0251-036. 
1892: (4891-499. 

1893 : 281-284. 

1894 : 306-310. 



District No, 23 

Composed of Contra Costa Co. 

serial 
1893-1894. Rept. 

In Documents as follows : 
1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1893 : 285-287. 
1894 1894 : 311-314. 

District No. 24 

Composed of Santa Cruz Co. (Pajaro Valley Agric. 
Assn.). 

serial 
1891-1894. Transactions. 

In Documeuts us follows : 

1891 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1891 : [6371-648. 

1892 no report made. 

1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1893 : 288-291. 
1894 1894:315-318. 

District No. 25 

Composed of Solnuo and Napa cos. 

serial 

1887-1894. Transactions. 

In Documeuts as follows 
1887 in Trans, state agric 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891-1892 no reports made. 

1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1893 

TfiOA •• •• " '• '■ 1894 



socy. 



1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



1894 



1894 



[8551-877. 
(8331-851. 
[10391-1060. 
[8031-822. 

292-295. 
319-320. 



District No. 26 

Composed of Amador, Calaveras, and Sacramento cos. 
serial 
1887-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1887 In Trans, state agrle. socy. 1887 : 

1888 1888 : 

1889 ' 1889 : 

1890 1890 : 

1891-1892 no reports made. 

1893 In Trans, state a^ ric. socy. 1893 : 



[8791-892. 
[8531-868. 
[10611-1076. 
[8231-837. 



1894 



1894 



: 296-305. 
: 321-328. 



18 



INDEX TO DOCUaiENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
District Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
District No. 27 

Composed of Shasta Co. 
serial 
1890-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows ; 
1890 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: [8391-848. 
1891 : [6491-660. 

socy. 1893 : 306-308. 
1894 : 329-331. 



1891 

1892 no report made. 

1893 In Trans, state agrlc. 
1894 



DiSTKICT No. 28 

Composed of San Bernardino and Riverside cos. 
serial 
1889-1893. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1889 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1889: [10771-1084. 

1890 1890: [8491-855. 

1891 " 1891: [6611-670. 

1892 no report made. 

1893 In Trans, state agrlc socy. 1893 : 309-313. 

DiSTBiCT No. 29 

Composed of Tuolumne and Calaveras cos. 
serial 
1890-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1890 In Trans, state agrlc socy. 1890: [8571-865. 

1891 ^* •' 1891: [6711-678. 

1892 1892:15011-510. 

1893 " •' ' 1893:314-317. 

1894 " 1894 : 332-335. 

DiSTBICT No. 30 

Composed of Tehama Co. 
serial 
1891-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents ns follows : 



1891 In Trans state agrlc 

1892 

1893 

1894 


socy. 


1891 
isn2 
1893 
1894 


(6791-689. 
(5111-521. 
318-320. 
336-349. 


DiSTKICT No. 31 








Composed of Ventura Co. 
serial 








1891-1895. Transactions. 








In Docuinenla as follows 
1891 In Trans, state agrlc. 

1892 ^• 

1893 •' 

1894 ' 

1895 


socy. 


1891 
1S92 
1893 
1894 
1895 


(6911-708. 

(5231-540. 

321-326. 

350350. 

217. 



DiSTBICT No. 32 

Composed of Orange Co. 
serial 
1891-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents ns follows: 
1891 In Trans, state agrlc socy. 1891 
1892 ^' " 1892 ; 



1893 
1894 



1893 
1894 



DiBTBICT No. 33 

Compoaed of Ban Benito Co. 
serioJ 
1891-1894. Transactlona. 

In Doriimrnts as followa : 

1891 In Trans, iitatc agrlc «ocy. 1891 ; 

1H92 ' ^' '• 1892 : 

1893 1893: 

1894 1804 ; 

DiSTBICT No. 34 

Compoaed of I^nHpten and Modoc con. 
serial 
1891-1894. Tranuactlona. 



[7091-722. 
(5411-554. 
327-328. 
360-381. 



(7231-732. 
15551-565. 
329-331. 
302-363. 



In t'oriiiiM-niN nM fnllowfi : 

IH9I In Trnnd. ulntc agrlc 

1892 

IH93 

18M 



iiocy. 



1801 
1892 
1K93 
1894 



I 733 1. 740. 
(5071 580. 
;i32-334. 
304 300. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 

Distiict Agricultural Associations — cont'd 
District No. 35 

Composed of Merced and Mariposa cos 
seriaJ 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as follows : 
1893 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1893 
1894 '• 1894 

DiSTBICT No. 36 

Composed of Solano Co. 
serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as follows : 
1893 In Trans, state agric socy. 1893 



335-337. 
367-368. 



1894 



338-341. 
369-370. 



1894 

DiSTEICT No. 37 

Composed of Santa Barbara Co. 
serial 
1891-1894. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1S91 in Trans, state agrlc socy. 1891 : [7471-758. 

1892 1892: [5811-592 

1893 " 1893 : 342-344. 

1894 ' 1894 : 371-374. 

DiSTBICT No. 38 

Composed of Stanislaus Co. 
serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as follows : 
1893 in Trans, state agric socy. 1893 : 345-347. 



1894 



1894 : 375-378. 



DiSTBICT No. 39 

Composed of Calaveras Co. 
serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents ns follows: 
1K93 in Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1893:348-350. 
1894 • " " 1894:379-380. 

DiSTBICT No. 40 

Composed of Yolo and Colusa cos. 
serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as follows: 
1893 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1893 



351-354. 
381-384. 



1894 1894 

DiSTBICT No. 41 

Composed of Del Norte Co. 
serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as followa : 
1893 In Trans, stale agrlc socy. 1893 : 355-357. 
1894 •• " 1894:385-387. 

District No. 42 

Composed of Glenn Co. 

serial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In Documents as follows: 
1H93 In Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1893 : 358-380. 
1894 ■• •' 1804 : 388-890. 

DiSTBICT No. 43 

Composed of Tulare and Kings cos. 
aerial 
1893-1894. Kept. 

In I>ocuinentH as follows: 
ls9:i In Tnins. sinte ngrlc socy. 1893:301-304. 
1H9I 1894:301-393. 

El Dorado County Agricultural Society 
strioJ 
1878-1879. Transactions. 

In DocumontH ns follows; 
IH7H In Tnins. slate agrlc socy. 1878: [2871-314. 
1879 " ■• 1870:13371-303. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
Expenditures for 

1871-1873. Stmt, showing amt. ot expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state agric. socy. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 18G9/71 (pp. 49-50) — 
same 1871/3.) 

1880-1894. Cost of district agrlc. societies; expendi- 
tures from apprns. made by state. (A.R. bd. ex- 
aminers dated 1895: 71.) 

. Cost of State Agric. Socy.; expenditures from 

apprns. made by state, and cost of prtg. ; also cost 
of bldg. (Same dated 1895: 71.) 

1882-1886. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for aid of agric. societies. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 61) — same 
1884/6.) 

1886-1904. Same; for district agric. societies. (Same 
1884/6 (p. 58)— same 1902/4.) 

1899. Table showing apprns. for district agric. socie- 
ties. (Bluebook 1899: 83.) 

Fanners' Alliance 
1894. Comment on the Farmers' Alliance. (27 A.R. 
Insurance comr. 1894: 38.) 

Golden Gate District Fair Association 
serial 
1878-1879. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1878 In Trnns. state afirlc. socy. 1878: 12031-253. 
1879 " " 1879: (3651-384. 

Grange; see Patrons of Husbandry 

Mendocino County Agricultural Society 

serial 

1879. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows: 

1879 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1870: [4311-440. 

Monterey Agricultural Fair Association 
serial 
1878-1879. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1878 In Trans, state agrle. socy. 1878: [329].338. 
1879 1S79: [4211-430. 

Napa and Solano Agricultural and Mechanical Arts Society 
serial 
1872-1878. Rept. of socy. 

In Documents as follows : 

1872 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1872: [775]-776. 

1873 none made. 

1874 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1874: [6411-C02. 
187.%-1877 none made. 

1878 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: [289]-277. 

Northern District Agricultural Society 
serial 
1878. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1878 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: [279]-286. 

Northern District Agricultural, Horticultural and Mechanical 

Society 

serial 

1872. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1872 In Tnms. state agric. socy. 1872: [6611-078. 

Patrons of Husbandry 

1883. The grange: Its origin, progress, and purposes; 
by Hon. D. W. Aiken of S. C. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1882: 167-180.) 

San Joaquin Valley District Agricultural Society 
serial 
18G1-1879. Transactions. 

In Documents :is follows: 
1801 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1861 : 174-324. 
1862-1871 omitted. 
1872 in Trans, state agric. socy. 1872: [5971-C33. 

1873 none made. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
San Joaquin Valley District Agricultural Society— cont'd 
serial — cont'd 

1874 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1874 : [5911-025. 
187."i-lS77 none made. 

1X7N In Trans, state agile, socv. 1878: (1011191. 

1^79 1870: [l>85]-330. 

Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Society 

serial 
1872-1879. Transactions. 

In Docunu'Hts as follows: 
187:; In Tiiins, stale agric. socy. 1872: (563)-D05. 

1873 none maile. 

1874 In Trims, state agric. socy. 1874 : l571)-589. 
1S75-1877 none made. 

1S7.S In Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: (1931-202. 

18"! ^' •• 1870: [3991-407. 

Siskiyou County Agricultural Society 
serial 
1872-1879. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1872 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1872 : [731]-748. 

1873 none made. 

1874 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1874 : [6531-684. 
1875-1S77 none made. 

1878 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: [3151-328. 
1879 « •• 1879: [4091-419. 

Sonoma and Marin District Agricultural Society 
serial 
1872-1879. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 

1872 in Trans, state agric. socy. 1872: [6351-659. 

1873 none made. 

1874 in Trans, state agric. socy. 1874 : [6271-039. 
1875-1877 none made. 

1878 In Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: [2551-267. 

1879 ' " " 1879: [3851-308. 

Southern District Agricultural Society 
serial 
1872. Transactions. 

In Documents as follows : 
1S72 in Trans, state agric. socy. 1872: [7651-773. 
State Agricultural Society 

serial 

Established under Act of May 13, 1854 ; Incorporated 
1858. 

1 series 
1854-1857 

1854-1857. [Transactions.] 

CheciJllst 

1854 records lost. 

1855 not olHcially puljilshed by socy. 
1856-1857 published by socy. In pam. form. 

2 series 
1858-1863 

1858-1863. Transactions [ann.] of the state agric. socy. 
Sacramento, 1859-1864. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1858 In App. to Sen. Jols. 10 sess. unnum. doc. 

1859 Assem. " 11 ■• 

" " " " Sen. '• 11 

1860-1801 omitted. 

1802* In A|)|). to Jols. 14 sess. unnum. doc. 

1803 " " " " 15 " T. 2. unnum. doc. 

3 series 
1864/5-1870/1 

1864/5-1870/1. Transactions [bienn. 1 of the state agric. 
socy. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1864/5 In App. to Jols. 16 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc 
1866/7 •• ■' •' " 17 •' V. 3 
18 " V. 3 



1868/9 
1870/1 



19 



y. 3 



' The ofllclal transactions of the socy. for 1862 have 
never been published, the legislature failing to 
provide for same. The recording secy's, rept. and 
the treasurer's rept. are all that have been pub- 
lished for this year. They may be fotind in the 
transactions for 1863. The recording secy's, rept. 
is also found In the collected docs, as noted above. 



20 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



20 
21 



v. 6 

V. 1 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 

State Agricultural Society — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

4 series 

1872-1904 

1872-1904. Transactions [ann.] of state agric. socy. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1872 In App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc. 

1873 •• •■ " ■■ "" 
1874 

1875 omitted. 

1876 in App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 3 unnum. doe. 
1877 23 •' V. 3 

1878 23 ■• V. 3 

1879 ' 23 •• v. 6 

1880 24 " T. 3 

1881 " " •• •' 25 '• V. 2 

1882 25 " V. 4 

1883 26 " v. 2 

1884 26 " V. 2 

1885 27 " V. 3 

1886 " 27 •• T. 3 

1887 28 •■ V. 6 

1888 28 •■ V. 7 

18S9 " 29 " V. 8 

1890 30 " V. 5 

1891 30 ■' V. 6 

1892 31 •' V. 2 

1893 " 31 •' V. 2 

1894 32 •' V. 2 doc. [1]. 

1895 32 •' V. 2 " [2]. 

1896-1898 not printed. 

1899 in A pp. to Jols. 34 sess. v. 4 doc. [31. 

1900 35 •' V. 3 " [1]. 

1901 " •' " " 35 " V. 3 " [2]. 
1902-1903 not printed. 

non-serial 

1852-1895. Compilation of laws re. State Agric. Socy. 
and district assns. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1863 
(pp. 1-4) — same 1895.) 

1854. Rept. of the agric. committee re. incorporation 
of the Agric. Socy. 5 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 5 
sess. doc. 8 (?).) 

Docs. Incorrectly numbered? Tills Is probably no. 5, 

. Rept. re. development of agric. interests in Cal. 

urging creation of bd. of agric. and incorporation 
of State Agric. Socy. (Assem. jol. 1854: 436-438.) 

1854-1879. History of State Agric. Socy.; by I. N. 
Hoag. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 176-211.) 

1854-1891. Review of beginnings of the State Agric. 
Socy. and results accomplished to this date. (Same 
1891: 95-98.) 

1859. Rept. of plan by which citizens of Sacramento 
City and Co. were authorized to raise tax for pur- 
pose of purchasing grounds and erecting bldgs. for 
use of State Agric. Socy. free of rent. (Same 1859: 
52-53.) 

. Arrangements made for publication of monthly 

journal of the Socy. (Same 1859: 56.) 

. Rept. of recording secy, of Socy. (Sen. jol. 10 

sess. pp. 125-126.) 

1863. Contributions to Socy. library. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1863: 40-42.) 

1864. Veto of act for relief of State Agric. Socy. (Sen. 
jol. 15 sess. pp. 529-531.) 

1870/1. Real estate and permanent improvements of 
the Socy.; agric. library one of Its necessities; 
liberal apprn. asked for. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1870/1: 26-27.) 

1871. The work of the Socy. In agric. expansion of 
Btate; fairs, repts., and corresp. (Same 1870/1: 
9-13.) 

1879. Under new constitution which provides that no 
apprn. ran be made to any corporation, asan., etc., 
not excluHlvely under state control, the Agric. Socy. 
Is deprived of state asHlstancc; BUggcHtlon that 
commlttci) be ap|»td. to consider questions growing 
out of said prohibitions and ro. future mngmt. of 
Socy. (Name 1879: 20-21.) 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— cont'd 
State Agricultural Society — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1880. Brief review of past legislation re. the Agric. 
Socy. and changes made by law of 1880, whereby a 
state dept. of agric. has been established. (Same 
1880: 9-10.) 
Expenditures for; see above, that title 
Finances of 

1854-1858. Financial summary of State Agric. Socy. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1858: 42-45.) 
1857-1867. Treasurer's ann. rept. (Same 1858 (pp. 22- 
m—same 1866/7.) 

Repts!. for two yrs. in 1858 and 1863. 
1858. Stmt, of receipts and expenditures of State 

Agric. Socy. (Sen. jol. 10 sess. pp. 157-165.) 
1858-1901. Ann. itemized financial stmt. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1858 (pp. 41-43)— sa??!e 1901.) 
Rept. for lS(i3 contnins stmt, for lSr.2-l.sr):(. 

1863. Comment on law authorizing funding of entire 
indebtedness of Socy., issuance of bonds, and crea- 
tion of fund for final redemption of same. (Same 
1863: 21-22.) 

1864. Memorial of Socy. praying passage of bill for 
payment of debts of Socy. by special tax levied 
upon property in city and co. of Sacramento. 4 pp. 
(App. to jols. 15 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 

1864/5. Comment on Socy. finances of past 2 yrs. and 

present indebtedness. (Trans, state agric. socy. 

1864/5 (pp. 59; 109-110)— same 1868/9.) 
1876. Rept. of investigation into affairs of Socy. 10 

pp. (App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 5, unnum. doc.) 
1885-1895. Rept. on indebtedness of Socy. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1885 (pp. 16-17) — same 1895.) 
1887. Stmt, made re. purposes for which state apprn. 

to the Socy. have been applied in answer to claim 

that improper uses were made of " the people's 

money." (Same 1887: 13.) 
1888-1890. Experts' rept. on books and accts. of secy. 

of Socy. (Sajne 1888 (pp. 23-24)— same 1890.) 

1894. Comment on misrepresentation in ann. rept. of 
bd. of examiners re. apprns. of Agric. Socy. (Same 
1894: 29-30.) 

. Rept. on Socy. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 

53-55.) 

1895. Rept. of expert on books and accts. of Socy. for 
1892-1894. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1895: 44.) 

1899. Recommendation that apprn. to Socy. be re- 
stored to sum heretofore given and that its existing 
indebtedness be paid by legisl. (Same 1899: 37.) 
1903. Rept. on investigation of financial position and 
business methods of Socy. (Sen. Jol. 35 sess. pp. 
1147-1155.) 
Upper Sacramento Agricultural Society 
serial 
1867-1872. Transactions. 

In Poeiinients iis follows : 
1.sr,7 In Trans, state URrlc. socv. 1868/9:315-346. 
I.sos-INTI omlllcd. 

1H72 In Trans, slate MRrlo. socy. 1872: [679)-729. 
Women's Agricultural and Horticultural Union 

1902. Alms of Union. (8 blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 
1901/2: 372-374.) 

AGRICULTURE 

serioj 
1864/5-1866/7. Blenn. rept. of the state bd. of agric. 
Sacramento, 18661-18671. 
Cbeekllsl 
I864/S. Saeranienio, 1806. 43 pp. 
lK«l)/7. n. t. p. 10 pp. 
In f'r)Ili'cted does, as follows ; 

IHO-l/n In App. to Jt)lH. 10 sess. v. 2 unnnin. doc. 

lNIIO/7 17 " V. 3 

Tliesi- rehtH. are also to bo found In the 'Pransacdons 
of llie Blate aRrle. socy. as follows: 
1804/5 In Transactions 1804/5 : fi-ita. 
1806/7 •■ •• 1800/7 : 1-10. 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

non-serial 

1849. Review of probable benefits of agrlc. taxation In 
forcing owners of large tracts of lands paying no 
revenue for state to sell to small cultivators. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1849.) 

1850. Rept. of committee on agric. urging encourage- 
ment of same as most Important interest of state, 
and suggesting enactments In aid of same. (Legist. 
Jol. sess. 1849/50: 653-t)55.) 

1850-1901. Agrle. In Cal.: brief review of Its growth 
and present value and area of various products; 
compiled from U. S. census bull. Apr. 29, 1902. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1901: 139-147.) 

1851. Cal. forced to obtain necessities from Chile and 
Pacific Islands, paying 20";',, ad valorem duty there- 
on. In addition to freight charges and original cost, 
as result of neglect of agric. (Govs, special mess. 
Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Climate and soil peculiar, and mode of cultiva- 
tion best suited to them, little understood. (Govs, 
ann. mess. 1851.) 

1852. Agric. interest of first importance, and encour- 
agement of same urged. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 
30, 1852.) 

. Form of memorial asking federal donations of 

public land to actual settlers, reviewing damages 
and heavy costs of immigration, and difficulties of 
agric. in Cal. as result of Indian hostilities, dryness 
of country, and excessive price of supplies, etc., and 
citing contributions of Cal. to prosperity of coun- 
try as further reason for liberal grants by Con- 
gress. (App. to Sen. jol. 1852: 575-592.) 

. Comment on neglect of agric. and probable con- 
tinuance of same until settlement of land claims 
and passage of donation acts by Congress, grant- 
ing small tracts to actual settlers. (Govs, special 
mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1852-1859. Prize essay on agric. statistics of state, con- 
taining tables showing amt. and value of agric. 
products. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1859: 323-348.) 

1854. Agric. advances great, and large sums expended 
in improvement of farms. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 
25.) 

. Demand for farming implements, and conse- 
quent importation of same, greatly increased. 
(Govs, inaugural address 1854.) 

1855. Science and learning employed in state in Im- 
provement and invention of machinery and farm- 
ing implements. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 7.) 

. Attention to agric. increasing; immigrants are 

remaining to establish homes. (.Same 1856: 7.) 

. Agric. shown to be as important to prosperity 

of state as mining industry, by size and variety of 
crops for yr. (.Same 1856: 7.) 

. Granaries, warehouses, and stores filled with 

products of state industry. (Same 1856: 7.) 

. Stmt, of rank of Cal. among states in various 

agric. products. (Same 1856: 30.) 

. Great advance made during yr. in testing ca- 
pacity of soil and development of agric. resources. 
(Same 1856; 17.) 

1857. Rept. of agric. committee to whom was referred 
jt. res. re. agric. affairs; establishment of an agric. 
dept. at Washington, and a donation, to Cal. of pub- 
lic land for endowment of an agric. college. 7 pp. 
(App. to Assem. jol. 8 sess. doc. [10]. 

1858. Rept. of visiting committees to examine farms, 
orchards, vineyards, nurseries, mines, mining, etc. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1858; 166-299.) 

. Rept. on act to protect owners of growing crops 

and other improvements in mining districts in 
state. (Assem. jol. 9 sess. pp. 382-384.) 

1862. Rept. on act to create office of comr. of agric. 
(Sen. jol. 13 sess. pp. 399-400.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1863. Copy of bill proposed at last sess. to provide for 
collection and publication of agric. and other sta- 
tistics of state; comment on its failure to pass; 
statistical tables returned to surveyor gen. showing 
inefficiency of present system. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1863: 222-202.) 

. Comi)arative climate and grain farming in Cal.; 

comparisons with Atlantic States and England. 
(Same 18G3: 203-221.) 

1865. Agric. prospects of Southern Cal.; by S. W. Jew- 
ett. (Same 1864/5; 259-261.) 

. Unfortunate condition of land titles serious 

drawback to prosperity of agric. interest. (Same 
1864/5: 75-76.) 

. Agric. lands in mineral districts; segregation of 

these lands from minerals suggested in order that 
they may be sold for cultivation. (Same 1864/5: 
76-77.) 

1866. Favoring summer fallowing and dry sowing in 
state. (Same 1866/7; 47-48.) 

. Circular sent out by surveyor gen. to assessors 

ace. by act providing for collection of information 
re. agric. and other industrial pursuits. (.Same 
1864/5; 407-408.) 

. Rept. of Sen. committe on agric. on Assem. bill 

321 to develop agric. interests, and to aid in con- 
struction of canal for purposes of irrigation and 
inland trade in Colusa, Yolo, and Solano cos. 5 pp. 
(App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 3, unnum. doc.) 

. Same; rept. of Assem. committee on internal 

Improvements. 5 pp. (Same v. 3, unnum. doc.) 

1871. Farmers' gardens in Cal.; by I. N. Hoag. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 328-336.) 

1872. Rept. of visiting committee to various farms. 
(Same 1872: 178-204.) 

1873. Table showing no. of farms in state containing 
100 acres and upwards, also exhibiting size and 
locality of farms with sufficient certainty to enable 
correct idea to be formed respecting extent of al- 
leged evils of land monopoly in state. (A.R. equali- 
zation bd. 1872/3: 22-23.) 

1874-1879. Review of agric. industries for yr. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1874 (pp. 5-14) — same 1879.) 
1877. On necessity of agric. survey of state. (Bienn. 

rept. agric. college 1876/7: 31-13.) 

1880. Address on need of bureau of agric. whose spe- 
cial province shall be to examine conditions of 
farming on Pacific coast and minister to its wants. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1880: 17-21.) 

. Comment on progress made in agric. survey of 

state. (A.R. agric. college 1880: 8-10.) 

. Agric. collections and exhibits of yr. (Same 

1880: 5-6.) 

1880-1895. List of agric. districts organized under act 
approved Apr. 15, 1880, and amended in 1883, 1885, 
and 1887. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887 (p. 10) 
— same 1895.) 

1881. Comment on contest betw. farmers and hy- 
draulic miners. (.Same 1881; 12-13.) 

1882. Agric. as it is, and what it should be in Cal.; 
by J. deB. Shorb. (.Same 1882: 23-30.) 

1883. The farmer's children are rushing to the cities 
thereby robbing the country of its best blood; 
mental life of farmers must be broadened by im- 
provement of jiublic schools, by establishment of 
preparatory schools to the University, by further 
patronage of University and Agric. College by 
farming class. (.Same 1883: 126-130.) 

. In opinion of bd. of agric. the only practical 

diversity to farming in great wheat-growing areas 
of Cal. relates to stock raising. {Same 1883; 17- 
19.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1884. Concerning census rept. on physical and agric. 
features of Cal.; by Hiigard. 1 slieet (Agric. 
esper. station, bull. 11.) 

. Stmt, giving no. of acres sowed for crop of 

1884. (A.R. equalization bd. 1883/4: 118-120.) 

. Comprehensive progressive system of agric. out- 
lined for state; difficulties that lie in way of such 
an achievement; discussion of ways and means. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1SS4: 164-173.) 

. Establishment of bureau of agric. statistics in 

connection with state bd. of agric. recommended. 
{Same 1883: 9-10.) 

1885. Increasing demand for public lands in state; 
small farmers commended. (Sarne 1885: 182.) 

1886. On desirability of small farms in Cal. (Same 
1886: 197.) 

. A national agric. dept. demanded. (Same 1886: 

196-197.) 
1887/8. Table showing acreage of land, mortgages, and 

mining claims. (Bienn. rept. equalization hd. 

1887/8: 40-41.) 
1887/8-1904. Stmt, giving agric. statistics. (Same 

1887/8 (pp. 94-97)— same 1903/4.) 

1888. Recommendation that apprn. be made to employ 
an agric. chemist and to establish statistical cor- 
respondents throughout state. (Bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1886/8: 25-26.) 

1889. Agric. machinery In state. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1889: 19.) 

1893-1894. Ann. repts. of district agric. assns. on new 

Industries, products, and resources. (Same 1893 

(pp. 201-364)— same 1894.) 
1893-1895. Comparative table giving average value of 

various farm products each yr. by cos. (Same 

1895: 104-108.) 

1894. On Inquiry into causes of agric. depression and 
remedy therefor, by U. S. House committee on 
agric. (Same 1894: 134-189.) 

. Descriptive review of resources of agric. dis- 
trict no. 20, composed of Placer Co. (Same 1894: 
300-301.) 

. Same; district no. 21, composed of Fresno Co. 

(Same 1894: 302-305.) 

1895. Comment on condition of agric. In state. (Same 
1895: 15-16.) 

1898-1901. Composition and value of waste materials 
of farm, orchard, and vineyard. (Rept. agric. 
exper. station 1898/01 pt. 2: 259-262.) 

1899. Rept. on state bd. of agric. (Rept. of commit- 
tee to make examination Into state institutions 
1899: 171-172.) 

. Same; In App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1900. Rept. on president's address re. co-operation, es- 
tablishment of agencies In eastern cities, apprn. to 
continue work of beneficial insects, forest protec- 
tion, food adulteration, legislation re. Belgian hare. 
(7 Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 170.) 

1901. Farming In southern Cal. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 124-135.) 

. Paper on labor question In vineyards and or- 
chards; discussion. (8 lilcnn. rept. bd. liorllc. 
1901/2: 393-398.) 
Bee Culture 

1874. Bee culture In Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1874: 341-342.) 

1886. DcHtrucllon of bees by floods. (1 hienn. rept. 
forpHtry bd. 1885/6: 29-30.) 

1899, The long-tongued bees of Cal. (Rept. agric. 
oxpcr. Hintlon 1898/01: 316-330.) 

1901. Hci'kfcplng In Cal.; by R. H. Yearnshaw. 
(Trami. atate agric. aocy. 1901: 104-105.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Bibliography 

1877-1902. 

of Cal 

392.) 
1880-1886. 

comrs. 



Publications of agric. exper. station, Univ. 
(Rept. agric. exper. station 1898/01: 389- 



Index to repts. issued by bd. of state vitlc. 
since organization, indicating where papers 

were printed and can be found. (A.R. bd. vitlc. 

comrs. 1887: 12-16.) 
1881-1887. List of vols, and pamphlets prtd. under 

auspices of vitic. comrs. (Same 1887: 40-41.) 
1881-1894. List of vitic. publications of agric. college 

and of all publications of late vitic. comn. (Rept. 

of vitic. work, agric. college 1887/93: 454-457.) 
1886-1888. List of bulls, issued. (Bienn. rept. agric. 

college 1887/8: 7.) 
1887. Index to some of the repts. of the bd. of state 

vitic. comrs. (A.R. vitic. comrs. 1887: 12-16.) 
. Catalogue of books in library of state vitlc. 

comn. (Same 1887: 72-77.) 
1890/2. Publications and investigations of vitlc. comrs. 

(Same 1891/2: 10-11.) 

Bounty 

See also below, rremlums. 

1863. State bounty law and comments on same. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1863: 48; 52-60.) 

Conventions 
Fbuit Gbowebs 

serial 

1 series 

1881-1882. Minutes of ann. hortic. convention, 1-2. 
In noouiiiont.s as follows: 

1. ISSl In Ann. rept. hortic. comrs. 1882 : 52-62. 

2. 1882 not found. 

2 series 

1883-1886. Repts. of proceedings of the Fruit Growers' 
conventions, 3-6. 

Checklist 

3. 1883 no record found. 

4. 1884 not seen ; published by Pacific Itural Press, 

soe note below. 
5-6. 1885-188G no record found. 
In Documents as follows : 

3. 188:! In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1883 : 28-130. 

4. 1884 " HIenn. 1884 : 62-116. 

This is a synopsis re|)t. onl.v. " The full stenocraphlc 
rept. was published b.v the Pacific Kurai Press, by 
the authority of the state hd. of horticulture. 
(Hienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1884:02.) 

Ti. 188.'> in Hienn. rept. bd. hortic. 188.V6 : 32-186. 

6. 1880 •• " 1885/0 : 187-342. 

3 series 

1887-1890. Repts. of seml-ann. proceedings of the Fruit 
Growers' conventions, 7-14. 

Checklist 
7-8. 1S87-1888 no record found. 
9. 1888 not seen. Copy In Library of U. S. Ucpt. 
of A^jrlcuilure. 

10. 188!). :!()2 p|). Not seen; see Ann. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1880 : 18. 

11. 1880. 101 pp. Not seen; sec as below. 
In Doctimeuts as follows : 

7. 1887 (KpriUKl in 

1885/0 : 4:tll 510. 

8. 1887 (l''all) in Itienn. rept. l)d. hortic. 1880/8: 
08-150. 

0. 1888 (Spring) In Hienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1880/8 : 157-211. 

10. 1888 (Knil)* in Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 

28!)-:t2S. 

11. 18811 (Sprini;)* In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 
a28-.t83. 

12. 18811 (I'alD* ill Ann. repl. bd. hortic. 
38:i-403. 

13. 18!i(l (Spring) In Ann. rejil. bd. borllc. 
311-182. 

14. 18110 (rail) In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 
203-301. 



Blcnn. rept. hd. hortic. 



1889: 
1889: 
1889: 
1890: 
1801 : 



•Those are synopses only. 



I 



INDEX TO DOCUMKNTS OK TIllO STATIC OP CALIFOimiA 



23 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Conventions — cont'd 
Fkiit Guowkks — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

4 series 

1891-1903. Transaction ot ann. Fruit Growers' conven- 
tions. 15-28. 

Checklist 
15-17. 1891-1893 do record found. 

18. 1S04. 194 pp. 

19. 1895. 121 pp. 

24. 1899. Iv, 152 pp. 

25. 1900 no recorii fouml. 
2G. 1901. 197 pp. 

27. 1902 no record found. 

28. 1903. 182 pp. 

29. 1903. 244 pp. 
In Documents ns follows : 

IB. 1891 la Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 1891 : 365- 

479. 
18. 1892 In BliMin. ropt. lid. hortlc. 1893/4 : 113- 

230. 
17. 1893 In Blenn. rcpt. bd. hortlc. 1893/4 : 239- 

353 
18-23. 1894-1898 not found. 

24. 1899. Iv, 152 pp. (App. to Jols. 34 sess. 

V. 4.) 

25. 1900 In Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1899/00 : 77- 

254. 

26. 1901. 197 pp. (App. to Jols. 35 sess. v. 3.) 

27. 1902 In Blenn. rept bd. hortlc. 1901/2 : 243- 
444. 

28. 1903. 182 pp. (App. to jols. 36 sess. v. 2.) 

5 series 

1904. Transactions of semi-ann. Fruit Growers' con- 
vention, 29-30. 

In Documents as follows : 

29. 1904 (Spring). 244 pp. (App. to Jols. .SO 
sess. v. 2.) 

30. 1904 (Kail) In Blenn. rept. comr. hortlc. 1904: 

187-410. 
Olive Growees 
1891. Cal. olive industry; proceedings ot Olive Grow- 
ers' convention, held under auspices of state bd. of 
hortlc, at San Francisco, July 8. 40 pp. 

. Same; 1892, 1893. 

Not seen, entry from Bowkor. Copies are In the 
Library ot "the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture at Wash- 
ington. 
VmCULTUBAL 

serial 

1 series 

STATK co.nvp;ntions 

1882-1892. Ann. vitic. state convention, 1-8. 

Checklist 

1. 1882. Not printed by state. 

" Owing to a lack of funds in the State Printing Office, 
the proceedings of this convention were only pub- 
lished through the enterprise of the owners of the 
' San Francisco Merchant ' In the columns of tJiat 
Journal." (A.B. vltic. comrs. 1887 : 11.) 

2. 1883. Not printed by state. 

" Again, owing to a lack of funds In the State Printer's 
Dept.. the proceedings of this convention had to 
be turned over to private enterprise, and the ' San 
Francisco Merchant,' took charge of the same, pub- 
lishing the proceedings In Its columns." (lb., 11.) 

3. 1884. Not printed by state. 

" For want of an adequate apprn. In the State Printer's 
office, proceedings again printed In ' San Francisco 
Merchant.' " (lb., 11.) 

4. 1886.* Not printed by state. 

" Proceedings likewise published by ' San Francisco 
Merchant' for lack of funds." (lb., 12.) 

5. 1887.* Not printed by state. 

" In 1886. our funds having been exhausted in our 
endeavor to pass a National Pure Wine Bill, the 
conduction (sic.) of our convention was turned 
over to the Grape Growers' and Wine Makers' Assn. 
and held In S. F. under their auspices, in March, 
1887. A copv of the proceedings you will And 
transmitted with this rept." (lb.. 12.) 

The compiler has not seen a copy of the proceedings 
referred to. and Is not clear as to whether a copy 
printed by the Assn. mentioned or a copy In .MS. 
was subniltted. At any rate no copy was printed 
by the state. 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Conventions — cont'd 
ViTicuLTURAL — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

1 series — cont'd 

STATE CONVENTIONS— cont'd 

Checklist — cont'd 

0. 1888. Kept, of ... . convention, March 7-10. 

218 pp.. 1 table. 
An index of the contents of these conventions is given 
In the ann. rept. of the vitlc. comrs. 1887:12-10. 

7. 1889. Proceedings printed? Not to\md. 

A synopsis of the proceedings and texts of some of 
the reports are given In Ann. rept. state vltic. 
comr.s. 1889/90 : 11-15. 

8. 1892. Transactions. (A.K. bd. state vltic. 

comrs. 1891/2 : 77-140.) 

2 series 
DISTRICT CONVENTIONS 
1883-1884. Ann. vltic. district conventions, 1-2. 
Checklist 

1. 1883. Los Angeles. Not printed by state. 
See Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1887 : 11. 

2. 1884. Fresno. Not printed by state. 
Proceedings printed In columns of " San Francisco 

Merchant." (lb., 11.) 
For reference to other district conventions see Ann. 
rept. vltic. comrs. 1887 : 15. 
non-serial 
1882-1884. Vitic. conventions held under auspices of 
vitic. comn. (2 A.R. chief executive vitic. officer 
1882/4: 11-15.) 

Crops 

1850. Provision urged by committee on agric. for cor- 
rection of custom of planting and sowing in plains 
and guarding crop until harvested, as leading to 
abuse of stock. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 655.) 

1853. Rept. on act to improve tule lands and to encour- 
age cultivation of sugar, rice, and cotton, urging 
limited grant of same to certain individual for pur- 
pose of testing capability of swamp lands to pro- 
duce rice and sugar. 2 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 
1853 doc. 52.) 

1854. Fruit, vegetable, and grain crops large. (Govs, 
ann. mess. 1855: 25.) 

1855. Stmt, of amt. and value of grapes, other fruit, 
salt, beans, and wool resp., shipped from San Pedro, 
July-Oct., as indicating increased agric. activity in 
southern cos. (Same 1856: 18.) 

. Cal. no longer dependent on foreign resources, 

now raising commodities sufficient for home con- 
sumption and even export. (Same 1856: 17.) 

. Stmt, of value of each of various agric. exports, 

Jan. 1 to Nov. 27, as compared with gold dust and 
bullion and quicksilver exports, resp. (Same 1856: 
19-20.) 

. List of more important agric. products of state, 

showing acreage, amt., price and value of each, 
during yr. (Same 1856: 19.) 

1856-1865. Table of statistics of agric. products, com- 
piled from official repts. of co. surveyors and co. 
assessors, (A.R. surveyor gen. 1856 (foldg. table) 
— same 1865.) 

1866. Statistical rept. of leading staples of state. 
(Blenn. rept. surveyor gen. 1865/7: 43.) 

1871. Notes upon Cal. products submitted to Amer. 
Pomologlcal Socy. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 
415-417.) 



' On p 40 of the ann. rept. ot the vltic. comrs. for 
1887 It Is stated that " the following volumes (1. e., 
4th and 5th state vltic. conventions, etc.] have 
been printed under the auspices of the comn." The 
compiler has spnn only the copy of the proe. of 
the 4lh convention printed by the " San Francisco 
Merchant " and so Is not able to account for the 
discrepancy of the above stmts. 



24 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Crops — cont'd 
1876/7. Investigation and analyses of agric. products: 
sugar-beets, grape syrup. Liberia coffee, " Cal. Cof- 
fee," and leaves of sumac for tannin. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. college 1876/7: 56-62.) 
1878/9. Same; watermelons, sugar-beets, sorghum 
sugar cane, oranges, lemons, and Japanese persim- 
mons, (Same 1878/9: 51-61.) 
1879-1880. Stmt, giving statistics and agric. products 
by cos. (A.R. equalization bd. 1880 (pp. 114-120) 
—same 1880.) 
1881/2. Analyses of agric. products: sugar cane, or- 
anges, lemons, sugar-beets, and sorghum. (Bienn. 
rept. agric. college 1881/2: 61-64.) 
1883. Stmt, showing products of soil in 1882, reported 
in 1883, (A.R. equalization bd. 1SS3/4: 106-113.) 

. The outlook in wheat, fruit, and stockbreeding 

industries of the state; Cal. leads in producing run- 
ning and trotting horses. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1883: 130-134.) 
1883/4. Investigation and analyses of agric. products: 
tanning materials; dried apricots, sulphured and 
non-sulphured; barks from northern islands of 
Japan as to their industrial uses in Cal.; extracts 
from buhach powder and Eucalyptus globulus; and 
care of Mescal plant. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 
1883/4: 72-76.) 
1889. Table giving planting and harvest time 'n Sacra- 
mento and San Joaquin valleys. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1889: 450.) 
1890-1895. Review of the season. (Same 1890 (pp. 15- 

16)— same 1895.) 
1892-1901. Comparative table giving yield and value of 
some of the leading products of state. {Same 1901: 
158-159.) 
1894/5-1902/3. Investigation and analyses of Cal. 
fruits, nuts, canaigre, etc. (A.R. agric. exper. sta- 
tion 1894/5 (pp. 172-194)— some 1901/3.) 
1899. Comment on misc. crops. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1899: 24.) 
Alfalfa; see below, Gbasses 
Almono; see below, Nuts 
Barley; see below, Gbai.v 
Bbocm-cor.v 

1895. Advising the growing of broom-corn in state. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1894 (pp. 30-31) — same 
1895.) 
Cereals; see below, Grain 
C!orn; see below, Grain 
Crop Bulletins 

aerial 

1 series 
1893-1896. Wkly, crop bull. 

I'liljllHliotl (liirlni; tiic plniitlnR nnel hnrveslinc sinson, 
April to Oct.. IK'M. iilso In Tinns. Stnti- Acrlc. 
Society, 18!i;i : lH()-lHiP. Itopiiljllisln'il In llie Imlly 
liiillct'ln, Wiokly Kurnl I'icsb. iind <'h1. l'"iult 
Grower of 8. K. and In the Sncrnmpnto Uoeord 
Union. 

2 series 

1897-1904. Wkly. crop bull, of the climate and crop ser- 
vice of the U. S. Weather Bureau. Cal. section. 
Apr. 12, 1897, to Dec. 1904. 

38 no*. wiTf iHHiii'd In 1H!>7 ; nftiT Unit .1:! nos. wiTi' 
IsHiii'd anniinlly. 

non-serial 

1883. Plan for collection of crop statistics. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1882: 11.) 

1884. Recommended law to provide for publication of 
monthly crop and slock rcpts. by stale; dlHcuHslon 
of same. (Bienn. rept. bd. horllc. 1883/4: 89-98.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Chop Bulletins — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1885. By assistance of dept. of agric, crop repts. have 
been gotten out for past 2 yrs. ; but owing to de- 
pleted condition of apprn. this assistance was with- 
drawn; comment on failure of act to provide for 
monthly crop and stock rept. of bd. of agric. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1885: 12-13.) 
1889-1S92. Establishment of bureau of crop statistics 
again recommended. (Same 1889 (p. 24) — same 
1892.) 
Economic Entomology; see below. Pests 
Fiber Plant.s 

1865. Textile fibers of the Pacific States; by W. Flint. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 271-289.) 
1891. Fiber plants tor Cal. 4 pp. (Agric. exper. sta- 
tion, bull. 90.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 177-181; 

190-192.) 

COTTOX 
1856-1872. Cotton culture in Cal.; full history of its 
introduction and cultivation in state. (Trans, 
state agric socy. 1872: 240-329.) 
1863-1889. Cotton culture in state: its adaptability 
proved in the sixties; the development of this in- 
dustry advised. (S«>?!e 1889: 17-18; 183-184.) 
1865. Cotton cultivation in Cal.; corresp. from differ- 
ent parts of state. (Same 1864/5: 262-270.) 
1874-1875. Cotton growing in state. (Same 1874 (p. 
343)— same 1875.) 

FLAX 
1874. Flax culture in success. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1874: 344.) 

HEMP 

1856. Wild hemp abounding In vicinity of Tulare 
Lake, and indigenous to soil, experimented with by 
rope and cord mnftrers. and pronounced equal to 
cultivated article of Western States. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1856: 18.) 

1899. Letter from J. Heaney on hemp-growing in state. 
(Trans, state agric socy. 1899: 48-49.) 

. Comment on hemp industry in state. (Same 

1899: 23.) 

.THTE 

1877. Jute culture commended to consideration of cul- 
tivators of soil in slate. (Trans, state agric socy. 
1877: 120-122.) 

RAMIE 

1885. Ramie and juto; their adaptability to cultiva- 
tion in Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1885: 210- 
212.) 

1890. Ramie: a new Industry for Cal. admirably 
adapted to its soil and climate. (Same 1890: 243- 
252.) 

. Composition of ramie plant; fertilizing value of 

greasewood. 8 pp. (Agric expor. station, bull. 
94.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric expor. station 1890: 141-143; 

181-190.) 

1891. Ann. rept. of dept. of ramie culture In state. 
(Trans, state agric socy. 1891: 199-210.) 

FoRAOB Plants; see below. Grasses 
Fruit 

1769-1881. Fruit raising in Cal.; the early days of 
state; the canning bu.sinrss; fruit raising should 
be a loading Industry of state. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1881: 190-200.) 

1849-1881. Fruit culluro; a paper by G. G. Rrlgg, giv- 
ing the cxporloncc of a pioneer frtill grower In the 
state with spoclal roforonoe to raisin production. 
(Same 1HS1 ; 181189.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



25 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Friit — cont'd 

I80G. Table of statistics of hortlc. products, compiled 
from official repts. of co. surveyors and co. assess- 
ors. (A.K. surveyor gen. 185G (folds, table) — 
same 1865.) 
1859. Pomologlcal rept. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1859: 293-300.) 

1870. Fruits in mountains of state. (.Same 1870/1: 
51-52.) 

1871. The culture of small fruit in Cal. (iSame 1870/1: 
478-482.) 

1871-1875. Fruit culture in state. (Same 1870/1 (pp. 
448-461)— same 1875.) 
Nut found In IS":;. 

1883. Rept. of committee on fruit statistics and ways 
and means, recommending system whereby fruit 
growers can receive reliable information re. pros- 
pects and estimates of each season's crops; also 
discussion of same. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 1883: 35-37.) 

. Paper on necessity of organizing fruit growers' 

societies In all fruit districts. (Same 1883: 103- 

105.) 
1883-1886. Discussion of subject of stock for fruit 

trees. (Same 1883 (pp. 105-110) — bienn rept. same 

1885/6.) 

1884. Suggestion that law re. assessing property be 
amended so as to require assessors to make careful 
enumeration of fruit trees. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1883/4: 95.) 

. The outlook of fruit industry in Cal.; discussion. 

(Same 1883/4: 68-76.) 

1884-1893. Table showing value of fruits imported in 
past decade and conflicting with Cal. products and 
those not conflicting. (Same 1893/4: 26-27.) 

1885. The past and future of fruit growing in Cal. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1885: 1S4-188.) 

. Address on fruit shipping: Cal. fruit union, r.r. 

rates to be secured by uniting in an organization; 

discussion. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1.S85/6: 78- 

97.) 
. Suggestion that measure be taken to adopt no- 
menclature of fruits in state. (Same 1885/6: 137- 

139.) 
. Discussion of proper time to gather different 

kinds of fruits, curing, etc. (Same 1885/6: 75-78.) 
1885-1888. Discussion of best varieties of different 

fruits to meet wants of consumers. (Same 1885/6 

(pp. 131-142)— same 1886/8.) 
. Paper on forests and fruit growers; discussion — 

recommendation that legislative action be taken on 

subject of forest protection. (Same 1885/6 (pp. 

118-128)— some 1886/8.) 
1885-1890. Discussion of subject of protective tariff for 

fruit industry; memorial to Congress. (Same 

1885/6 (pp. 156-160; 178-185; 334-342)— A.R. same 

1890.) 
1885-1891. Rept. on fruit exhibits. (Same 1885/6 (pp. 

152-156)— A.R. same 1891.) 

Not found In repts. for l.ssfi'K and 1800. 
. Fruit marketing; discussion of care in selection, 

kind and size of packages, marketing and shipping. 

{Same 1885/6 (pp. 68-75; 250-259; 498)— A.R. same 

1891.) 

Not found In nnn. rept. 181)0, 
1885-1894. Discussion of cultivation and pruning of 

fruit trees: orange, lemon, apricot, apple, pear, and 

prune, etc. (Same 1885/6 (pp. 161-178; 241-24G; 

267-274)— same 1893/4.) 

Not found in nnn. rept- 1802. 

1886. Fruit and wine agst. wheat; diversified farming 
solves problem of what to grow. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1886: 192-194.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fur IT — cont'd 

18S6. Table showing no. of fruit trees reported by as- 
sessors for each co.; repts. not to be relied on. 

(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 425-426.) 
. On causes of the death of young trees during 

the spring. (Same 1885/6: 413-416.) 
. Schedule showing no. of fruit trees growing, by 

varieties and cos. (Same 1885/6: 515-516.) 
. Growth of hortic. in other states. (Same 1885/6; 

436.) 
1887. Fruit growing in Cal.; by N. P. Chipman. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 202-212.) 
. Profits of fruit growing and co-operation of fruit 

growers. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 18S5/K: 537-541.) 

. Hints on grafting. (Same 1885/6: 555-557.) 

. Paper on .Japanese fruits in Cal.; discussion. 

(Same 1885/6: 442-448.) 
1887-1895. Comment on fruit growing and shipping for 

yr. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887 (pp. 16-18) — 

same 1895.) 

1889. Progress of fruit culture in Cal.; by R. William- 
son. (Same 1889: 305-308.) 

. Co-operation of fruit growers; paper and discus- 
sion. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889: 448-454.) 

1889-1902. Experiments with deciduous fruits at and 
near Southern Coast Range sub-station, Paso 
Robles. 48 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 141.) 

1890. A Cal. fruit crop; $43,000 yield from 58 acres. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 2:!5-237.) 

. Fruit culture in foreign countries; extracts from 

repts. of U. S. consular officers, made at request of 
Cal. state bd. of hortic. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 
353-472.) 

. Fertilization of orchards; by E. W. Hilgard. 

(Same 1891: 350-360.) 

1890-1891. Culture of small fruit in Cal. (Same 1890 
(pp. 156-158)— same 1891.) 

1891. Condition of fruit industry in Cal.; citrus fruits, 
apple, peach, pear, etc. (Same 1891: 65-83.) 

. New varieties of fruit originating in Cal. (Same 

1891: 129-132.) 

. Marketing Cal's. fruit crop; fruit for eastern 

shipment, for canners' use, for drying, and for local 
market; paper and discussion. (Same 1891: 422- 
430.) 

. Memorials to Congress from Cal. Fruit Growers' 

Convention requesting assistance in obtaining and 
disseminating knowledge re. foreign fruit products, 
also legislation to prohibit adulteration of food pro- 
ducts in this country, and the importation of such 
adulterated products. (.S'ame 1891: 447.) 

. Fruit vs. gold. (.Same 1891: 375-378.) 

1891-1904. Stmt, giving hortic. statistics. (Bienn. rept. 
equalization bd. 1891/2 (pp. 57-61)— .same 1903/4.) 

. Discussion of co-operation among fruit growers. 

(A.R. bd. hortic. 1891 (pp. 38.3-387)— bienn. rept. 
saTJie 1903/4.) 

1891/2. Rept. of special agts. on condition of hortic. 
in the cos. (Same 1892: 373-448.) 

1892. Table giving names of cos., no. of acres, and 
kinds of fruit trees, bearing and non-bearing. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1893: 112-113.) 

. Fruit vs. wheat. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 

1893/4: 154-172.) 
. Cal. horticulturally; by B. M. Lelong. (A.R. bd. 

hortic. 1892: 11-67.) 
. Investigation of Cal. prunes, apricots, and 

peaches. 8 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 97.) 
. Sulphuring in fruit drying; fig trees at exper. 

stations; notes on Persian palms. 8 pp. (Same, 

bull. 96.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Crops — cont'd 
Fkuit — cont'd 

1892. Schedule showing acreage and varieties of fruit 
growing in state by cos. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892, 
foldg. table.) 

. Ann. address of Hon. E. Cooper, pres. state bd. 

of hortic, before 16th state Fruit Growers' conven- 
tion, held Nov., 1892. 1893. 14 pp. (Bull. 64, bd. 
hortic.) 

1892-1893. Discussion of subject of thinning fruit. (4 
blenn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 230-232; 341-343.) 

. Irrigation for development of fruit. (4 same 

1893/4: 216-220; 322-325; 343-348.) 

1893. Fruit and fruit soils in arid and humid regions; 
composition of soils and fruits; comparison of Cal. 
and European and Eastern results. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. exper. stations 1892/4: 327-334.) 

. The hortic. industry; by B. M. Lelong; written 

under direction of the gov. by authority of law. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1893: 164-177.) 

. Fruits and soils of the arid region. (4 bienn. 

rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 303-312.) 

. Further examination of Cal. prunes, apricots, 

plums, and nectarines. 8 pp. (Agric. exper. sta- 
tion, bull. 101.) 

. Same. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1892/4: 

257-274.) 

. Resolutions and repts. adopted by Fruit Grow- 
ers' convention, Nov. 14 pp. (Bull. 66, bd. hortic.) 

1894. New fruit classification — Cal. names for Cal. 
fruits — schedule. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 
415-416.) 

. Rept. of B. M. Lelong, supt. of hortic. dept. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1894: 93-96.) 
. List of varieties of fruits in the 5 exper. station 

orchards. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 

1892/4: 474-490.) 
. Notes on pruning deciduous fruits; by \V. H. 

Tyson, foreman Southern Coast Range Station. 

(Same 1892/4: 397-400.) 

1895. Preparation of fruit specimens for exhibitions; 
by E. W. Hllgard. (A.R. agric. exper. station 
1894/5: 273-276.) 

1897. Memorials from fruit growers of Cal. re. laws 
and apprn. for advance of fruit industry. (Sen. 
jol. 32 sess. p. 223.) 

1898-1902. Comparative table showing gains and losses 
in different kinds of fruit. (7 bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1899/00 (p. S())—samc 1901/2.) 

1898-1903. Cumulative comparative table showing Cal. 
fruit and vegetable pack by varieties. (7 savie 
1899/00 (p. 42)— .samfi romr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1900. Plan for organization of deciduous fruit growers. 
(7 same 1899/00: 207-208.) 

. Economics of production, and their Influence 

upon fruit growing of the world; by Hon. W. H. 
Mills. (7 same 1899/00: 83-90.) 

• . Protection to our fruit Interests; by Capt. M. J. 

Daniels. (7 same 1899/00: 187-189.) 

1901. Memorial from fruit growers of Cal. to trans- 
portation cos. 

Not Hft-n : fiilr.v frorn Ilowkcr. 
1901-1904. Table giving no. of fruit trees (bearing and 
non-bearing) In Cal., by cos. (8 blenn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1901/2 (pp. 43-48) — same comr. hortic. 
1903/4.) 

1902. Iterent progress In co-operation In slate. (8 
tame 1901/2: 287-299.) 

. Winter Irrigation of deciduous orchards. (8 

tame 1901/2: 179-181.) 
. Adaptation of reslHlnnt stocks to Cal. conditions; 

by E. 11. Twight. (8 savic 1901/2: 431-434.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fbuit — cont'd 

1902-1904. Rept. of Cal. Fruit Distributers. (8 same 
1901/2 (pp. 309-311)— sa?He comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 
1903/4. Rept. of division of hortic. and field experi- 
ments. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1903/4: 110-133.) 

. Table giving analyses of fruits, olive oils, 

pickled olives, sulfurs. etc. (Same 1903/4: 48.) 
1904. What the bureau of plant industry is doing for 
fruit growers. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortic. 
1903/4: 362-369.) 

. The gruit grower and the parcels post. (1 same 

1903/4: 230-235.) 
. Papers and discussion on best methods of ad- 
vertising Cal. fruit products. (1 same 1903/4: 388- 
415.) 
. Why farmers should support the Growers' Co- 
operative Agency. (1 same 1903/4: 277-281.) 
Del Norte Count> 
1891. Rept. of hortic. in Del Norte Co. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 388-389.) 

Fresno County 

1889. Fruit culture in Fresno Co. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1889: 435-441.) 

Humboldt County 

1890. Fruit culture in Humboldt Co. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1890: 337-346.) 

Placer County 

1891. The Placer Co. fruit district. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1891: 476-479.) 

Sacramento Basin 
1886. The fruit interest in the great northern Sacra- 
mento Basin. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 286- 
290.) 

San Joaquin District 
1884. Rept. of comr. for San .Joaquin District. (Bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1883/4: 56-59.) 

1888. Rept. of San Joaquin Co. hortic. comn. (Same 
1886/8: 271-272.) 

1892/3. Rept. of comr. for San .Toaquin District. (4 
some 1893/4: 69-75.) 

Santa Clara County 

1889. Repts. of Santa Clara Co. Bd. of Trade and Los 
Angeles Chamber of Commerce on hortic. industry 
of their resp. cos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 
282-285.) 

Santa Maria Valley 

1892. Fruit growing in Santa Maria Valley. (4 blenn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 221-223.) 

Sutler County 
1891-1892. Comparative tables showing output of each 
variety of fruit in Sutter Co., also prices. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1892; 2SS.) 

Vulia County 
1891-1892. Comparative tables showing output of dif- 
ferent fruits in Yuba Co. for 2 yrs., and range of 
prices. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 322-323.) 
Al'Pl.H 

1883. Ajiple ;iii(l apple cuUuro in Cal.; liy J. Shinn. 
(A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 38-41.) 

1884. The outlook in Cal. apple industry; discussion. 
(Blenn. rept. bd. hortic. 18S3/4: 37-82.) 

1885-1894. See I'^ruit, above; these dates. 

1886-1888. Apple and apple culture in Cal. (Blenn. 

rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6 (pp. 281-286)— same 

1886/8.) 
1897. Table giving proximate analyses of Cal. apples, 

showing variety, locality, and elevation. (A.R. 

agric. cxi)cr. station 1897/8.) 
19021 91)4. The apple Industry of Cal. (8 blenn. rept. 

bd. hortic. 1901/2 (pp. 261-268)— .same comr. hortic. 

1903/4.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fblit — coufil 

ArnicOT 

See also below. Ttsts. 
1885-1894. See Fruit, above; these dates. 
1887-1890. Analyses and examinations ot nprlcots and 

sugar-beets. (A.R. agrlc. exper. station 1S90: 115- 

123.) 
1888. Paper on apricot culture. (Blenn. rept. bd. 

hortlc. 1S86/8: 53-58; 128-133.) 

1892. See Fruit, above; this date. 

1893. See same; this date. 

. Apricot culture In Cal. (4 blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 

1893/4: 29-55.) 

CIIKRKT 
1886-1894. Paper on cherry culture; discussion. (Blenn. 
rept. bd. hortlc. 1885/6 (pp. 277-281)— same 1893/4.) 
Not found In repts. for lSSt!/8 and 1892. 

CITUUS FUITITS 
See also below, I>'nion ; Orange. 
1885. Bull. no. 39; analyses of oranges and lemons 
from Riverside Citrus Fair. (Bienn. rept. agrlc. 
college 1885/6: 72-79.) 
. Same; separate. 1 sheet. 

1887. The early citrus fruits ot Placer Co.; its record 
at citrus and state fairs. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 
1887: 234-240.) 

. How to pick, pack, and ship citrus fruits; by J. 

R. Dobbins. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1886/7: 535- 

536.) 
. Condition of citrus culture. (Same 1885/6: 550- 

554.) 

1888. A treatise on citrus culture in Cal.; by B. M. 
Lelong. 96 pp., pis. (Hortlc. bd.) 

LIbrnr.v of Congress. 

. The four citrus belts of the northern hemi- 
sphere; tables showing average ann. and winter 
temperature, average temperature of coldest mo., 
and lowest temperature at points in each. (Trans, 
state agrlc. socy. 1S88: 375-376.) 

. The future of citrus culture in Cal., markets, 

etc. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1886/8: 214-220.) 

1889. Citrus culture in state; apprn. of |10,000 made 
by last legisl. to be offered In premiums for citrus 
fruits. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1889: 18-19.) 

. Scale of points for judgment of citrus fruits. 

(A.R. bd. hortlc. 1889: 365-366.) 
1890/1-1903/4. Cumulative comparative table showing 

steady growth of citrus Industry for past decade — 

no. of carloads and boxes shipped. (7 bienn. rept. 

bd. hortlc. 1899/00 (p. 34) — same comr. hortlc. 

1903/4.) 

1891. Citrus fruits. Ft. 1, Fifteen yrs. with the lemon; 
by G. W. Garcelon. Pt. 2, New varieties of citrus 
fruits; by B. M. Lelong. 38 pp., map, pi. illus. 

Not seen ; entr.v from Bowker. 

1892. Cal. scale for judging citrus fruits. 8 pp. 
(Hortlc. bd.) 

Not soon ; entry from Bov.ker. 
. Propagation. The rearing of citrus and decidu- 
ous trees from seed. Budding, grafting, and ap- 
pliances. By B. M. Lelong. 38 pp., 1 table. (Same.) 

1893. No further necessity for special apprns. to citrus 
Interest, as it is now upon equal footing with other 
resources. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1893: 23.) 

. Varieties of citrus fruits. (4 bienn. rept. bd. 

hortlc. 1893/4: 250-25.5.) 

. No further necessity for special apprns. to citrus 

interest, as it Is now upon equal footing with other 
resources. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1893: 23.) 

1894. Analysis of citrus fruits (crop of 1893/4) from 
Southern Cal. Midwinter Fair Assn. exhibit. (Bienn. 
rept. agrlc. exper. station 1892/4: 250-256.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fiu'iT — cont'd 

CITRUS FnillTS— cont'd 
1897. Acldltly of root-sap of citrus trees; by E. W. 

Hllgard. (Savie 189,5/7: 181-183.) 
1897/8. Effect of alkali on citrus trees in Corona 
orchards where water for irrigation was used from 
artesian wells and Lake Elslnore, latter containing 
alkali salts; tables showing alkali in soils of or- 
chards irrigated with water from both sources; 
reclamation of Injured orchards. (A.R. agrlc, 
exper. station 1897/8: 99-113.) 
1900. Culture of citrus in Cal.; research by B. M. Le- 
long, assisted by experienced horticulturists. 260 
pp., illus., pis. (Hortlc. bd.) 
Not .soin : entry from Howkoi'. 
1902. Same. Revised by state bd. of hortlc. 268 pp., 
1 pi., illus. (Same.) 

. Citrus fruit culture; by [W. H.] Mills. 46 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 138.) 

DATE 

1890. Rept. of introduction of African date palm into 
Cal. (A.R. agrlc. exper. station 1891/2: 144-147.) 

1891. Paper on date, with view to its Introduction into 
state. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 1891: 457-458.) 

DRIED FRUITS; SEE INDUSTRIES 
FIG 
For pests of the flg see below, Pests. Blastophaga. 
1871. Fig culture In state. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 

1870/1: 427-430.) 
1883-1894. Discussions and papers on subject of flg 
drying; also of fig culture in state. (A.R. bd. 
hortlc. 1883 (pp. 80-83; 94-97)— blenn. rept. same 
1893/4.) 

Not found In repts. for 18Sfi/8, isno, 1802. 
1889. The future development of fig industry In state. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 17.) 
. The figs. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 1889: 115-136.) 

1891. Cal. fig Industry; by B. M. Lelong. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1891: 130-182.) 

. Flg caprificatlon. Illus. 

Not seen ; .'iOO cop. Issued ; entry from Ann. rept. state 
bfi. hortlc. 1802 : 7. 

1892. Cal. fig industry, with chap, on flg caprificatlon. 
55 pp. (Hortlc. bd.) 

Not scon : entry from Bowker. 

. The flg in Cal. (A.R. agrlc. exper. station 

1891/2: 147-157.) 
. See also. Fruit, above; this date. 

1893. Analyses of figs and fig soils. 8 pp. (Agrlc. 
exper. station, bull. 102.) 

. Same. (Bienn. rept. agrlc. exper. station 1892/4: 

225-240.) 
. On curing the white Adriatic flg. (4 blenn. rept. 

bd. hortlc. 1893/4: 270-273.) 
1900. The Cal. Smyrna flg. (7 same 1899/00: 200- 

206.) 
1902. Harvesting, packing, and marketing the Call- 

myrna fig. (8 same 1901/2: 436-443.) 

GRAPE 
See also below, Vltlcultural Boaril. 

For pests of the grape see below. Pests. See also 
Inrlnstrles. etc. Liquor. Wine. 
1770-1880. Short historical sketch of vitic. in state be- 
gun by old mission fathers, and review of work 
done by bd. of vltlc. corars. since Its organization 
In 1880. (A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1887: 7-21.) 
1853-1880. History of Orleans Hill vineyard and Its 

diseases. (1 same rev. ed. 1880: 112.) 
1856-1858. Table exhibiting no. of grapevines In culti- 
vation In state, by cos. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 
1858: 313-314.) 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops— cont'd 
Fbuit — cont'd 

GRAPE — cont'd 
1858. Rept. on grapes and wine of Cal.: by A. Ha- 
raszthy. (Same 1858: 311-329.) 

1861. Rept. of special committee on culture of the 
grapevine in Cal. 10 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 12 
sess. doc. [11].) 

. Same. (Assem. jol. 12 sess. pp. 253-260.) 

1862. Rept. of the comn. on the culture of the grape- 
vine [consisting of a rept. by J. J. Warner, dealing 
with the choice of locality, planting, etc., of vine- 
yards; and a letter dated Buena Vista Ranch, Feb. 
8, 1862, and rept. of A. Haraszthy re. his procure- 
ment, in Europe, of vines, etc.]. 30 pp. (App. to 
Sen. and Assem. jols. 13 sess. doc. [12].) 

. Rept. of the committee on the culture and im- 
provement of the grapevine. 9 pp. (Same 13 sess. 
doc. [27].) 

1863. Prize essays on the culture of the vine in Cal. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1863: 156-167.) 

. Rept. and memorial of committee on culture of 

the grape. 8 pp. (.^pp. to jols. 14 sess. unnum. 
doc.) 

1865. Best modes of cultivating the gi-ape in Cal.; by 
A. Haraszthv. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1865: 290- 
295.) 

1866. Rept. of Assem. committee on culture of the 
grapevine. 11 pp. (App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 3 un- 
num. doc.) 

1867. Culture and products of the vine; rept. to U. S. 
comn. at Paris Exposition. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1866/7: 357-369.) 

. Rept. [favorable] of Assem. committee on grape- 
vine [making of wine, raisins, etc.), in Cal. 8 pp. 
(App. to Sen. & Assem. jols. 17 sess. v. 3 doc. [12].) 

1870. Rept. and memorial presented to Sen. of Cal. by 
committee on culture of grape re. revenue laws. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1868/9: 268-271.) 

. Rept. of the grape culture committee on the 

cultivation of the grape and the production of 
wines and brandies in Cal. 13 pp. (App. to Sen. 
and Assem. jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [9].) 

1871. Training and pruning grapevines; by I. N. 
Hoag. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 320-327.) 

. Grapes for special purposes. (Same 1870/1: 

440-441.) 

1872. Rept. of organization and proc. of Cal. Vine 
Growers' and Wine Brandy Mftrers'. Assn. and 
ann. fair of same. (Same 1870/1 (pp. 483-517) — 
savie 1872.) 

1 ann. fiilr In 1872. 

1879. Estimate of cost of vineyards per acre for first 
3 yrs. furnished by pres. of Anaheim Water Co.; 
estimate of cost of orange orchard in irrigation 
district, furnished by J. UeD. Shorb of San Gabriel 
Valley. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4 app. pp. 
57-58.) 

■ Grape culture In Cal.; by L. .1. Rose of Los 

Angeles. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 139-147.) 

1879-1881. Vltlc. Htallstics of Sonoma distr., by town- 
Hhlps, showing no. and variety of vines planted pre- 
vious to 1879 and each yr. alter total In 1881. (2 
A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1881: 30.) 

1880. The wild vines of Cal. and Ariz. (1 name rev. 
Pd. 18S0: 44-56.) 

. Grafting Amer. vines: synopsis of lectures at 

Natl. Agric. School of Montpeller, France. (1 same 
rev. ed. 1880: 148-155.) 

. Recommendation that vltlc. comrs. be empow- 
ered to employ traveling expert to gather statis- 
tics, that stale cxper. vineyard be eHtabllshed In 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fbuit— cont'd 

<',i!.\rr:— cont'd 
order to make correct nomenclature of vines of 
state, and that urgent measures agst. phylloxera 
be passed. (1 same rev. ed. 1880: 10-12.) 

1880. Vitic. lectures in the different distrs. provided 
for by act of legisl. (Same 1880: 14-15.) 

. Fertilizers for vines. (1 same rev. ed. 1880: 

62-63.) 

. The permanent maintenance of our vineyards; 

by Prof. E. W. Hilgard. (1 same rev. ed. 1880: 
75-84.) 

. Finding of vine of Soudan by Lgcart, one of 

most important vitic. discoveries of age; securing 
of no. of these vines by state important. (1 same 
rev. ed. 1880: 14; 59-71.) 

. Culture of grape. Stmts, of Prof. E. Hilgard 

and A. Haraszthy, made before committee on cul- 
ture and improvement of the grapevine, Feb. 13 
pp. (App. to jols. 23 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

1880-1881. Changes in vitic. status of state caused by 
2 vrs'. work of bd. of vitic. comrs. (2 A.R. vitic. 
comrs. 1881: 14-15.) 

1881. Translation of studies on several species of wild 
vines of Amer. and their adaptation to reconstitu- 
tion of European vineyards; by Prof. M. A. Mil- 
lardet. (1 A.R. chief executive vitic. officer 1881 
app. pp. 83-108.) 

. Translation of practical manual of vitic. for 

reconstruction of so. vineyards in France — Amer. 

vines, submersion, plantation in sand; by G. Foex, 

prof, at Natl. School of Agric. 80 pp. (Same 1881 

app. A.) 
. Lectures and addresses. (1 same 1881: xxxviil- 

xl.) 
. Rept. on personal inspection of wine growing 

distrs. (1 same ISSl : xxxii-xxxviii.) 
. Establishment of two experimental vineyards in 

state advised, with proper accessories — state chemi- 
cal laboratory, professorship of vitic. (2 A.R. vitic. 

comrs. 1881: 15.) 
. Reproduced copy of original catalogue of vines, 

etc., introduced in ISf.l by A. Haraszthy. (1 same 

rev. ed. 1880:184-188.) 
. Grapes and wine of so. distr. ; by L. J. Rose of 

San Gabriel. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1881: 176- 

180.) 
1881-1887. Table showing varieties of grapes planted 

in Napa Co. in 1881 and in 1887; raisin, grape, 

wine, and brandy product of 1886; and no. of acres 

resistant vines planted in 1887. (A.R. bd. vitic. 

comrs. 1887: 44.) 
1883-1889. Table of grapes worked in vitic. laboratory, 

showing proportion of pomace, must, etc. (Rept. 

of vitic. work, agric. college 1883/5 (pp. 52; 145- 

147)— .s-nme 1887/9.) 
[1884.1 Comparative examination of claret grapes from 

Fresno and Livcrmore Valley. 1 sheet. (Agric. 

exper. station, bull, ti.) 
. Same. (Rept. of vitic. work, agric. college 

1883/5: 45-51.) 
1884. Scientific researches conducted by State Univ. 

(2 A.R. chief executive vitic. officer 1882/4: 24.) 
. Muscat grape on so. mesas. 1 sheet. (Agric. 

exi)er. station, bull. 17.) 
- — — . Misc. topics: grafting, stakes, lesson from So. 

Africa, samples of distillates. (2 A.R. chief execu- 
tive vltlc, officer 1882/4: 167-179.) 

. The treaty with Mexico. (2 same 1882/4: 21-22.) 

. Vltlc. In Ariz, and other states. (2 same 

1882/4: 22-23.) 



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29 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fruit — cont'd 

(iUAI'K — cont'il 

1884. Local resident vltic. officers — list of same. (2 
same 1882/4: 25-27.) 

— — . Development of vitic. Industry in Cal. — vltic. 
considered industrially from standpoint of national 
Importance: growth and present condition in Cal.; 
question of overproduction: shipping grapes and 
raisins. (2 same 1882/4: 31-53.) 

. Culture of vine in Cal.. comprising notes of 

study and observation, mostly involving general 
principles. (2 same 1882/4: 55-76.) 

. General principals governing vegetation, prun- 
ing, training, and maintenance of vine. (2 same 
1882/4: 77-102.) 

. Ampelography — being practical notes re. varie- 
ties of vines now well Icnown in Cal. and references 
to certain others that would be valuable for ex- 
tensive propagation or preliminary experiment. (2 
same 1882/4: 103-151.) 

. The Chaintre system of pruning and training 

vine, containing translations of practical French 
manuals, with illus. G7 pp. (2 same 1882/4 app. 1.) 

. Practical manual of pruning as practiced near 

Bordeaux, containing original translations from 
French of A. Cazenave, with illus. 61 pp. (2 same 
1882/4 app. 2.) 

. Different methods of grafting vine, containing 

original translations, with illus. 62 pp. (2 same 
1882/4 app. 3.) 

. Grape culture in Cal.; larger apprn. to bd. of 

vitic. advised. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884: 174- 
182.) 

1884-1885. Stmt, giving vitic. rept. (A.R. equalization 
bd. 1883/4 (pp. 116-117)— some 1885/6.) 

. Rept. of committee to state vitic. convention, 

1884, re. worlt done at vitic. laboratory of State 
Univ., recommending apprn. of $10,000 for same; 
docs. re. controversy betw. Agric. Dept. of State 
Univ. and vitic. comrs. in regard to use of above 
mentioned apprn. which was made by legisl. of 1885. 
(Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 1883/5: 20-24.) 

1884-1886. Remarlis on vintage each yr. (Rept. of 
vitic. work, agric. college 1883/4 (pp. 157-158) — 
same 1885/6.) 

1884/5-1885/6. Operations at Univ. exper. vineyard at 
Cupertino, Santa Clara Co. (.Same 1883/5 (pp. 160- 
161)— .sawie 1885/6.) 

1885. Grafting and fruiting resistant vines; by Haus- 
mann. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 46.) 

. Grafting Cal. wild vines; by Packard. 1 sheet. 

(Same, bull. 45.) 
. Experiments on growth of cuttings from wild 

Amer. vines; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 

34.) 
. Vitic. and vinic. in Cal. . . . prepared for New 

Orleans World's Fair. 42 pp. (Vitic. comn.) 

1886. Experimental vineyard at Cupertino. 1 sheet. 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 59.) 

. Collection of vine specimens; need of rectifying 

nomenclature. (Rept. of vitic. work, agric. col- 
lege 1885/6: 21-22.) 

. Table showing no. of acres of growing grape- 
vines from one yr. up to four and over, in each co. 
(approximately correct). (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1885/6: 427.) 

1886-1891. Paper on best grapes for table and market. 
(Same 1885/6 (pp. 246-247)— A.R. same 1891.) 
Not found In ann. rept. 1889. 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Crops — cont'd 
Fiu IT — cont'd 

ORAI'E— cont'd 

1887. Herbaceous grafting; preliminary instructions 
for experimental work. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 
1887: 126-129.) 

. Resistant vines best suited to calcareous (limey) 

and marly soils; by Prof. P. Viala of Natl. School 
of Agric, Montpelier, France, on his mission to 
Amer. (Savie 1889/90: 103-110.) 

. Planting and grafting resistant vines. 1 sheet. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 64.) 

. Misconception of Univ. vitic. work; by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Same. bull. 67.) 

. Advantages of planting vines S'/j x 14 ft.; by C. 

Krug. (A.R. l)d. vitic. comrs. 1887: 45-46.) 

. On necessity of establishing experimental vine- 
yards in every prominent vitic. center of state. 
(Same 1887: 37-39.) 

1887-1889. Tabulated observations and data re. grape 
crops on experimental plot at Cupertina. (Rept. of 
vitic. work, agric. college 1887/9: 311-333.) 

1888. Grafting to muscats. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 
1889/90: 119-126.) 

. Table grapes, and the shipping of table grapes; 

paper and discussion. (Rept. 6 ann. state vitic. 

convention 1888: 35-43.) 
. Best and cheapest method of obtaining grafted 

vineyard on resistant stocks; paper and discussion. 

(Same 1888: 50-62.) 
. The Chaintre system of pruning and conducting 

the vine in Cal.; paper and discussion. (Same 

1888: 72-77.) 

1889. Golden grapes: irrigation lesson from a Sacra- 
mento vineyard; wonderful yield and profit of 15 
acres; rich returns of R. D. Stephens; vines flooded 
in June, etc. [San Francisco "Bulletin" Nov. 23, 
1889.] (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 296-299.) 

1889-1894. Vitic. stations under private auspices. 
(Rept. of vitic. work, agric. college 1887/9 (p. 29) 
—same 1887/93.) 

1890. Pruning the muscat grape. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1890: 152-155.) 

. Success of resistant vines; by J. Dressel. (A.R. 

bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 74-75.) 

. Monthly notes at North Hill Vineyard, Milton. 

Calaveras Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 
322.) 

. The vitic. industry in Cal.; taken from U. S. 

census bureau bull, under date of Mch. 10, 1891. 
(Same 1890: 389-392.) 

. Stmt, of area and production of vineyards and 

capital invested, in Pacific Division of U. S.. giving 
also average yield per acre, market value, dis- 
tinguishing grapes for table use, for wine, and for 
raisins, total laborers employed, distinguishing cos. 
in Cai.; same for each state in Union. (Same 
1890: 386-388.) 

1891. Directory of grape growers, wine makers and 
distillers of Cal., and of principal grape growers 
and wine makers of the eastern states. 254 pp. 
(Vitic. comn.) 

. Port and sherry grapes in Cal., importation of 

Italian grapes, importation of olives. 6 pp. ( Agric. 

exper. station, bull. 91.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 193-195.) 

. Rept. of C. A. Wetmore, chief executive officer, 

submitting plan for increasing market value of Cal. 

grapes. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 18-21.) 

1892. Rept. on present condition of vineyards of so. 
COS. with respect to Anaheim disease. (Same 
1891/2: 39-41.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE- 
Crops — cont'd 
Fblit — cont'd 



cont'd 



GRAPE — cont'd 
crop repts. by cos. 



{Same 1891/2: 123- 



1892. Vitic. 
127.) 

. The vine in Southern Col.; by E. C. Bichowsky 

and J. De Barth Shorb. 13 pp. (Vitic. comrs.) 

. Demand for resistant stoclvs greater than sup- 
ply; recommended that state nursery be created 
temporarily to supply this demand. (A.R. bd. vitic. 
comrs. 1891/2: 12.) 

. Rept. on investigation of Anaheim disease in 

Los Angeles distr.; by E. C. Bichowsky. {Same 
1893/4: 51-54.) 

1892/3. Statistical rept. of vineyards in Sonoma Co. 
{Same 1893/4: 40-44.) 

1892/4. Statistical rept. of vineyards in Los Angeles 
distr. by cos. {Same 1893/4: 45-50.) 

1893. The vineyards of Southern Cal.; by E. C. 
Bichowsky. 47 pp. (Vitic. comrs.) 

. The vineyards in Napa Co.; being rept. of E. C. 

Priber, comr. for Napa distr., to bd. of vitic. comrs. 

47 pp. 
. The vineyards in Alameda Co.; by Chas. Bund- 

schu. 23 pp. (Vitic. comrs.) 
. Statistical rept. of vineyards in Alameda Co. 

(Rept. bd. vitic. comrs. 1893/4: 36-40.) 
1893/4. Ash analyses of grapes and investigation of 

drain of grape crop on soil; comparison of methods 

of sugar analysis as applied to grape juice (musts). 

(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1892/4: 322-327.) 

1894. Composition and classification of grapes, musts, 
and wines; by E. W. Hilgard. (Rept. vitic. work, 
agric. college 1887/93: 3-16.) 

1895. Repts. on recently Imported grapes. {Same 
1887/93: 361-364.) 

. Sunstroke of the vine. {Same 1887/93: 450- 

451.) 

1896. Preservation of fresh grapes; by P. T. Bioletti. 
{Same 1887/93: 447-450.) 

1897. Vine pruning; by F. T. Bioletti. 16 pp. (Agric. 
exper. station, bull. 119.) 

See als") l.elow, under 1898. 
1897/8-1903/4. Vitic. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1897/8 
(pp. 185-200)— some 1903/4.) 

1898. Vine pruning in Cal.; by F. T. Bioletti. (Revi- 
sion of bull. 119, pubd. 1897.) {Same 1897/8: 185- 
200.) 

1900. Bench-grafting resistant vines; by F. T. Bio- 
letti and dal Piaz. 38 pp. (Agric. exper. station, 
bull. 127.) 

. Same; summary of results and conclusions of 

bull. no. 127. (Rept. agric. exper. station 1898/01 

pt. 1: 71-72.) 
. Phylloxera-resistant vines for Cal.; by F. T. 

Bioletti. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1899/00: 172- 

181.) 
. Best methods of re-establishing vineyards in 

Cal. {Same 1899/00: 182-184.) 

1901. Rept. of condition of vineyards In portions of 
Santa Clara Valley; by Bioletti and Twight. 11 pi). 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 134.) 

. The season In vitic. (Trans, state agric. socy. 

1901: 136.) 

1902. Summary of bulls. Issued by vitic. dcpt.; new 
methods of grafling and budding vinos (bull. 146) ; 
reslBtant vines and tlioir hybrids (bull. 148). 
(Rept. agric. expor. station 1901/3: 113.) 

. Resistant vines and their liyl)ri<lH; by Twight. 

13 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 148.) 
. New methods of grafting and budding vines; 

by Twight. 13 pp. {Same, bull. 146.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Felit — cont'd 

ORAPK — cont'd 
1902. Grape-growing and wine industry in state. (8 
bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 424-429.) 

GUAVA 

1891. The guava, from seed to market. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 454-456.) 

1901. The cultivated guavas, and their botanical dif- 
ferences; by J. B. Davy. (Rept. agric. exper. sta- 
tion 1898/01 pt 1: 86-88.) 

LEMON 
See also above, Citrus Fruits and below, Ornnjjc. 
1885-1891. Paper on the lemon; the culture and the 
gathering and packing. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1885/6 (pp. 97-98)— A.R. same 1891.) 
1885-1894. See Fruit, above; these dates. 



1893. 



N'ECTARINE 

See Fruit, above; this date. 



OLIVE 
For pests of tbe olive see below. Pests. 
1769-1890. The mission olive: a tree of great long- 
evity; its early introduction into Cal., and notes. 
(A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 185-232.) 

1885. The olive; by Klee. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. 
station, bull. 41.) 

1886. The olive in Cal.; a short acct. of its adaptation 
to many cos. (Bienn. rept. bd. agric. 1885/6: 417- 
424.) 

1886-1894. Papers on olive culture, also discussion. 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6 (pp. 327-332) — 
same 1893/4.) 

1887. A memoir on olive growing; by F. Pohndorff. 
{Sayne 1885/6: 517-534.) 

. A treatise on olive culture with reference to 

Cal.; by E. Cooper, of Sta. Barbara. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1887: 455-469.) 

1888. The profitable olive: clipping from " Templeton 
Times," San Luis Obispo Co. {Same 1888: 148.) 

1889. The olive in Cal., varieties, budding, grafting, 
new methods and general observations; by B. M. 
Lelong. 19 pp., pis. (Bd. hortic.) 

Not seen : entry from Howl\or. A second edition was 
prepared ; see p. 14 ann. rept. liortlc. bd. 1889; 
no record of its publication was found. 
. The olive — botanical and chemical study, cli- 
mate and abode, vegetation and life propagation, 
varieties, analysis, and methods of detecting adul- 
terations in olive oils, etc. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889: 
27-114.) 

1890. Observations on olive varieties; by W. G. Klee. 
4 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 85.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 150- 

159.) 

. Ripening, pioking. assorting, and conservation of 

olives; proper fertilization for olive trees; papers 
by L. Paparelll. {Same 1890: 159-166.) 

. The mission olive. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 185- 

189; pis.) 

1890-1897. Cumulative table giving partial analyses of 
samples of Cal. olives and olivo oils (crops from 
1890); with averages by olive varieties, and maxi- 
mum and minimum. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. 
station 1892/4 dip. 316-319)- same 1895/7.) 

1891. Notes on Cal. olives, tliclr a<laptation and oils. 
4 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 92.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 167- 

174.) 
1891-1892. Comparative analyses and discussion of 

olive crops of 1891 and 1892, and quantity of oil. 

{Same 1891/2: 11:m16.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops— cont'd 
Fituii' — cont'd 

OLIVIC — cont'd 
1891-1898. Olive varieties and their adaptation; analy- 
ses for 1896-1897 and averages from 1891; by G. E. 
Colby. (Revision of bull. 123.) (Rept. agrlc. 
exper. station 1898, 01 pt. 2: 263-284.) 

1894. Olives and olive oils; descriptions and analyses 
of varieties; a new disease of the olive tree; olive 
culture. (Blenn. rept. agrlc. exper. station 1892/4: 
279-322.) 

. Investigation of Gal. olives and olive oil: by A. 

P. Hayne. 16 pp. (Agrlc. exper. station, bull. 104.) 

1895. Olives: pickling processes — notes on olive varie- 
ties, oil machinery, classification of oils, etc. (A.R. 
agrlc. exper. station 1894/5: 195-217.) 

1897. The olive industry in Gal.; by A. P. Hayne. 
(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1895/7: 191-193.) 

1898/01. Olive cultivation, oil-making, pickling, dis- 
eases; by F. T. Biolettl. (Revision of bull. no. 
23.) (Rept. agric. exper. station 1898/01 pt. 2: 285- 
307.) 

1899. Olives; by F. T. Biolettl and G. E. Colby. 35 pp. 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 123.) 

. Comment on olive and fig industries in state. 

(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1899: 16-17.) 

1900. Investigation .... of Gal. olive industry; de- 
velopment of industry, varieties, methods of cul- 
ture, etc.; rept. to Gov. Gage. 83 pp., illus., pis. 
(Hortic. bd.) 

. Rept. on condition of olive culture In Gal.; by 

A. P. Hayne. 34 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 
129.) 

OrUNTIA 

1890. Opuntia fruit as an article of food and Its adap- 
tation to Gal. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 133-136.) 

ORANGE 
See also above. Citrus Kniits and Lemon. For pests of 
the orange see below, Pests. 

1879. Orange culture in Gal.; by I. N. Hoag. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1879: 132-138.) 

. See also above, Grape, this date. 

1879-1892. Investigation and analyses of oranges and 
lemons, and comparison of results with analyses of 
previous yrs. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1891/2 
(pp. 99-113)— bienn. rept. same 1892/4.) 

1885. Analyses of oranges and lemons from Riverside 
Citrus Fair; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Agrlc. exper. 
station, bull. 39.) 

1885-1891. Paper on orange growing; Irrigation, fertil- 
izing, etc.; discussion. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1885/6 (pp. 98-105; 128-131; 160; 488-490)— A.R. 
same 1891.) 

1885-1894. See also Fruit, above; these dates. 

. Cumulative table giving proximate analyses of 

oranges and lemons of each yr's. crop and average 
of preceding yrs. by variety and place of production. 
(A.R. agric. exper. station 1891/2 — bienn. rept. 
same 1892/4.) 

1888. Paper on propagation of orange trees. (Bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1886/8: 207-211.) 

1890. Orange culture: the orange "from seed to 
grove"; by B. M. belong. 19 pp. (Bd. hortic.) 

Not seen ; entrj- from Cowker. 

. Fruit culture: some orange stock; fertilizing 

and methods of compounding fertilizers; injurious 
Insect pests, etc.; by B. M. Lelong. 20 pp. (.Sawe.) 

1891. Investigation of Cal. oranges and lemons. 6 pp. 
(Agrlc. exper. station, bull. 93.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 106- 

115.) 
1899-1900. Comparative examination of shipping navel 

oranges from northern, middle, and southern parts 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 



Crops — cont'd 
Flit rr — cont'd 



OKANtiK — cont'd 
(Rept. agric. exper. station 1898/01 pt. 2: 



of state. 
24:!-251.) 

1902. Improvement of the orange; by Prof. J. W. Mills. 
(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 255-258.) 

I'KACII 
For pests of tin- peach see below, Pests. 
1883. Paper on peach culture in state, and discussion. 
(A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: G4-71.) 

1885. Discussion as to best variety of peaches for can- 
ning; their adaptations to localities. (Blenn rept. 
bd. hortic. 1885/6: 147-152.) 

1885-1894. See Fruit, above; these dates. 

1888. The peach; Its culture and marketing. (Bienn. 

rept. bd. hortic. 1886/8 (pp. 58-60)— A.R. same 

1889.) 

1891. Peach growing In Sacramento Valley. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 449-453.) 

1892. See Fruit, above; this date. 

PEAR 

1885-1894. See Fruit, above; these dates. 

PESTS 
See below, that title. 

PLUM 

1893. See Fruit, above; this date. 

PUUNE 

1849-1891. History and importance of prune industry 
In Gal.; prunes in Europe; production and market. 
(A.R. bd. hortic. 1891: 95-125.) 

1883. French prune in Gal. — drying prune — extraordi- 
nary profit of that industry, particularly in Sacra- 
mento and cos. surrounding. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1883: 206-207.) 

1885-1894. See Fruit, above; these dates. 

1886-1891. The prune industry and cultivation in Gal. 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6 (pp. 290-294)— A.R. 
same 1891.) 

Not found fn ann. rept. 1880. 

1887-1891. Comparative tables showing prime crop in 
state for a period of 5 yrs. and quantity imported 
into U. S. from Europe for same period. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1892: 360-361.) 

1889-1904. Cumulative comparative table giving prime 
yield of state each yr. for series of yrs. (7 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00 (p. 37) — same comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 

1890. The French prune In Gal.; by Hon. J. Routler. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 218-220.) 

1891. The prune in Sta. Clara Valley; by Prof. G. H. 
Allen. (Sajne 1891: 122-125.) 

. Analyses of prunes, apricots, and peaches, and 

discussion of results. (Bull. no. 97.) (A.R. agrlc. 
exper. station 1891/2: 92-99.) 

. Prune industry. 33 pp. (Hortic. bd.) 

Not seen ; entry from Ann. rept. state bd. hortic. 
1802:7. 

1892. History and importance of the prune industry In 
Gal.; also, prunes in Europe — production and mar- 
kets; by B. M. Lelong. 33 pp., 5 pis. (App. to Sen. 
and Assem. jols. 30 sess. v. 3, doc. [11) 

. Prune culture from a commercial standpoint. 

(4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 204-213.) 
. See also Fruit, above; this date. 

1893. See same; this date. 

1896. Pruning the prune. (5 blenn. rept. bd. hortic. 

1895/6: 121-124.) 
1904. Rept. on prune demonstration at St. Louis. (1 

same 1903/4: 309-311.) 

QL'INCE 

1886. Discussion on quince as a market fruit. (Blenn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 247-250.) 



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INDEX TO DOCtJMENTS OF THE ?TATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Fei'it — cont'd 

RAISIN 
1871. Raisin culture in Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 

1870/1: 468-470.) 
1873-1889. Comparative table showing production of 

Cal. raisins. {Same 1887 (p. 21o)—sa)ne 1889.) 
1885-1904. Cumulative comparative table giving pro- 
duction of raisins in Cal. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1899/00 (p. 39) — same comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 
1889. The raisin crop in Cal. (A.R. hd. hortic. 1889: 

430-434.) 
1891. How to plant a raisin vineyard; by P. W. Butler. 

{Sayne 1891: 465-468.) 
1900. Co-operation among raisin growers; Raisin 
Growers' Assn. and its benefits from a grower's 
standpoint. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 
160-167.) 

STR.XWBERRY 

1886. Paper on culture of strawberries and other small 
fruits in Cal. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1S85/6: 
228-235.) 
Grain 

For pests see below, that title. 

1850. Cultivation of all grains and nearly all garden 
vegetables shown to be possible without irrigation 
of yr's. crops. (Govs. ann. mess. 1S51.) 

. Review by committee on agric. of stock and 

grain raising prior to war, and uncertain protec- 
tion of property rights resulting therefrom. 
(Legisl. jol. sess. 1849/50: 654.) 

1855. Over one million dollars worth of wheat and 
flour exported by Cal. during yr. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1856: 17.) 

1856. Wheat, barley, and oats mentioned as more im- 
portant products of Cal. soil. (Hame 1856: 17.) 

1858-1860. Comparative table showing yield of wheat 
and barley per acre. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1859 (pp. 
32-33)— soTne ISfiO.) 

1865. Essays on culture of wheat and barley in Cal. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 296-300.) 

1873. Discussion of the big wheat crop and the sack 
question. (Same 1872: 5-7; 37-39; 349-351.) 

1874. Hogs vs. wheat. (Same 1874: 345-346.) 

1878. Friedlander's ann. grain circular. (Same 1878: 
143-150.) 

1879. Mistakes in wheat culture and harvesting in 
Cal.; by I. N. Hoag. (Same 1879: 128-131.) 

1880. Editorial comment from Sacramento Record 
Union on ann. address of pres. of bd. of agric. re. 
Cal. wheat industry and future of transportation 
and production in Cal. (Same 1880: 177-179; 181- 
184.) 

. Ann. address of pres. of bd. of agric. setting 

forth significant fact that crops of last season dis- 
prove fear that wheat lands are being exhausted; 
advantages of Cal. as wheat-growing state; the 
problems of transportation and market; the neces- 
sity of wheat i)roducers bldg. tlicir own wliarves 
and warehouses at the seaboard; changes which 
completion of Southern Pacific R.R. will bring. 
(Same 1880: 10-16.) 

. Analyses of ash of two Cal. wheats. (A.R. 

agric. college 1880: 74-79.) 

. Editorial comment from Sacramento Record 

Union on aim. address of pres. of l)d. of agric. re. 
Cal. wheat Industry and future of transportation 
and production in Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1880; 177-179; 181-184.) 

1883. Plan proposed for collection of wheat crop sta- 
tIsllcH. (Same 18S2: 16-17.) 

. Table showing amt. of wheat and barley In state 

Dec. 31. by cos. (Same 1883: 199.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Gr.mn — cont'd 

1S83-18S4. Table giving no. of acres in each co. planted 
in wheat, barley, oats, and rye. average yield per 
acre, and whole amt. produced. (Same 1883 (pp. 
196-198)— same 1884.) 

1885. Reasons given to show that Cal. has reached 
high-water mark in wheat industry; great wheat 
growers advised to introduce other productions; 
profitable uses suggested for their lands; future 
agric. wealth of state will depend in great degree 
upon its fruit and grape culture. (Same 1885: 176- 
178.) 

1885/6. Rept. of results of distribution of cereals 
throughout state. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 
1885/6: 98-107.) 

1886. Cal. wheat crop yield by cos. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1887: 244-245.) 

1886-1887. Amt. of damage done to grain crop by dry 

Northers in June. (Same 1886 (p. 14) — same 

1887.) 
1886-1895. Wheat, barley, and flour statistics; by T. C. 

Friedlander, secy. S. P. Produce Exchange. (Same 

1886 (pp. 249-251)— sa?)ie 1895.) 
1886/7-1894/5. Statistics of wheat and flour for crop 

yr. (Same 1887 (p. 2ii)— same 1895.) 
1888-1890. Comment on wheat crop. (Same 1888 (p. 

19)— same 1890.) 

1889, Wheat vs. fruit; wheat growing in Cal. and 
fruit growing in Cal.; by Gen. N. P. Chipman. (A. 
R. bd. hortic. 1889: 305-318.) 

1892/3-1900/1. Comparative table showing Cal's. wheat 
crop (incl. flour) for 9 yrs. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 162.) 

1893-1895. Table showing average and yield of wheat, 
barley, oats, and corn, by cos. (Same 1893 (pp. 
149-150)— same 1895.) 

. Wheat growing and its future in Cal. and other 

states: cost of production; decline in prices. (Same 
1893 (pp. 13-15)— same 1895.) 

1893-1899. Comparative table giving acreage and yield 
of wheat in state each yr. (Sa/ne 1899: 5.) 

1894. Corresp. with wheat growers of state re. wheat 
growing in Cal.; cost of production, its uses as a 
food for farm animals and its future. (Some 1894: 
100-130.) 

1899. Comment on wheat industry in state. (Same 
1899: 4-6.) 

. Same; barley industry in state. (Same 1899: 6.) 

. Same; corn and oat crops of yr. ; area not ex- 
tensive in state. (Same 1899: G.) 

1899-1903. Table showing wheat crop and total clear- 
ance by sea from S. F. of all canals. ( 11 bienn. 
rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 112.) 
Grasses and Forage Plants 

1865. The grasses of the state; by the botanist to bd. 
of agric. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 131- 
145.) 

1886. Tables giving analyses of grasses. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. college 1885/6: 88.) 

1890. Grasses and forage plants suitable for Cal. (A. 
R. agric. exper. station 1890: 201-220.) 

1894. The Canaigre, or tanner's dock; Australian salt 

bush for alkali soils; by Ililgard and .laffa. 16 pp. 

(Agric. exi)cr. station, bull. 105.) 
, Tannin idant — canaigre — in Cal., estimated cost 

of production; plates. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 

1893/4: 420-425.) 
1899. Australian salt-bushes — results of 18 yrs' tests; 

characteristics, propagation, and field experiments; 

composition and food value; by Shinn and Jaffa. 

30 pp. (Agric, exper. station, bull. 125.) 
1903. Value of oak loaves for forage; by Mackle. 21 

pp. (Same, bull, 150,) 



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33 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 

Grasses and Forage Plants — cont'd 
ALFALKA 
1871. Alfalfa In Cal. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1870/1: 

472-474.) 
1886. The adaptation of state to alfalfa. {Same 188G: 

252-254.) 
1891. With all the advantages of the state for produc- 
tion of alfalfa it Is Imported from Nov. (Same 
1891: 24.) 
1893. Alfalfa In Cal. (Same 1893: 133-134.) 
1900. Alfalfa: its growth, cultivation, harvest, and 
value as a food; papers by W. H. Shafer of Selma, 
C. H. Sessions, Los Angeles, and B. Edmlston of 
Riverside. {Same 1900: 98-111.) 
LtTriNS 
1899. Lupins for green-manuring; by Davy. 31 pp. 
(Agrlc. exper. station, bull. 124.) 
Hops 

1855-1891. The hop Industry in Cal.; its early history; 
by D. Flint, pioneer hop grower of Pacific coast. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1891: ]9fi-197.) 
1867. Hop culture in Cal. {Same 1866/7: 443-450.) 
1893/4-1894/5. Table showing acreage and crop of 
hops in Cal., Oregon, Wash., and Br. Columbia; 
also distribution of stock. {Same 1893 (p. 153) — 
same 1894.) 
1894-1899. Comparative table showing production of 
hops in state, also table showing crop and acreage 
of 1899 by cos.; together with comments on the 
industry in state. (Same 1899: 21-23.) 
Inspection; see also below, Pests. Quarantine 
Lupins; see above. Grasses 
Nuts 

1889. Japanese nut and camphor tree In Cal. (A.R. 
bd. hortlc. 1889: 355-357.) 

1891. Nuts, berries, and misc. fruits in Cal. {Same 

1891: 84-89.) 

ALMOND 
1886. Paper and discussion on the almond in Cal. 

(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 324-326.) 

1890. Paper on almond culture in Cal. (A.R. bd. 
hortlc. 1890: 72-75.) 

1894. Varieties of Cal. almonds — plates and comments. 
(4 blenn. rept. bd. hortic. 1894: 417-419.) 

1894/5-1903/4. See below. Walnut; these dates. 

1896. Cal. walnuts, almonds, and chestnuts; their com- 
position and draft upon soil; bleaching of nuts by 
dipping: by Colhy and Hilgard. 15 pp. (Agric. 
exper. station, bull. 113.) 

PECAN 

1893. Discussion on adaptation of pecan nut to Cal. 
(4 bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1893/4: 330-333.) 

WAI.NTIT 
1886. Culture of English walnut in Cal. (Bienn. rept. 

bd. hortic. 1885/6: 332-333.) 
1888-1890. Culture of soft-shell and hard-shell walnut 

in Cal.; also discussion. (Same 1886/8 (pp. 165- 

174)— A.R. same 1890.) 

Not founrt In nnn. rept. ISSB. 
1889. The culture of the English walnut in Cal. (A.R 

bd. hortic. 1889 (pp. 354-355)— .sa?)ie 1890.) 
. Budding and grafting the walnut. (Same 1889: 

137-138.) 

1891. The walnut In Ventura Co.; by N. B. Smith. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1891: 126-129.) 

. Table giving names of members of Los Nietos 

and Ranchito Walnut Growers' Assn. no. of sacks 
of walnuts each had, weight, and amt. reed, for 
same. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1891: 142.) 

1891-1898. Comparative table showing production of 
almonds and walnuts in state, with comments. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1899: 16-17.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Nuts — cont'd 

WALNUT— cont'd 
1894/5-1903/4. Cumulative comparative tables giving 
Cal. walnut and almond production, also value of 
almonds and all other nuts imported into U. S. 
(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (pp. 31-32) — 
same conir. hortic. 1903/4.) 
1890. Cal. walnut industry; commercial importance, 
longevity, pollination, etc.; by B. M. Lelong. 44 
pp., Illus., pi. (Hortlc. bd.) 

. Same. (5 blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1895/6: 77- 

116.) 

. See also above, Almond; this date. 

Oats; see above. Grain 
Pecan; see above. Nuts 
Pests 

serial 
Under Act of March, ISSS. 

1 series 

1883-1887/8. Rept. on the progress of Cal. orchards 
during the yr. by the state inspector of fruit pests, 
lu Documents as follows : 

188.-! In Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 188.3 : 12-27. Chapln. 
188:5/4 In Ann. rept. Ixl. hortlc. 1883/4 : 24-40. 

Chapln. 
1885/0 in Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 188.V0 : 121G. 

Bosgs. 
1880/7 In Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1885/6:343-410. 

Klee. 
1887/8 In Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1886/8 : 242-259. 
Klee. 

2 series 

1890/1-1903/4. Rept. of quarantine officer and ento- 
mologist. 

In Documents as follows : 

1890/1 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1891 : 17-19. 
Craw. 

1892 in Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 1892 : 40G-414. 
Craw. 

1893 in Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 1893/4 : 77-109. 
Craw. 

1894 in Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 189.V4 : 435-441. 
Craw. 

18n5-I8n8 none published. 

1899/00 in Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1899/00 : 57-73. 

Craw. 
1901/2 in Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1901/2 : 185-204. 

Craw. 
1903/4 In Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1903/4 : 108-122. 
Ehrhorn. 

non-serial 
1884. Diseases and pests. (2 A.R. chief vitic. officer 

1882/4: 153-166.) 
1885-1886. Discussion of laws to prevent spread of 
pests; present laws effective if carried out by uni- 
versal and simultaneous action and if means were 
provided to enforce them. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1885/6: 60-07; 230-241.) 
1885-1900. Fruit pests and their extermination; papers 
and discussions. {Same 1885/6 (pp. 39-60; 206- 
228)— «ame 1899/00.) 
1888. Some pests and diseases of the vine, with reme- 
dies; paper and discussion. (Rept. 6 ann. state 
vitic. convention 1888: 63-71.) 
1890. R6sum6 of rules and remedies adopted to pres- 
ent season for destruction of animal and vegetable 
parasites of the vine. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 
1889/90: 116-118.) 
1894. Favorable comment on work of state bd. hortic. 
re. fruit pests. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1894: 26.) 
1904. Rept. on condition of orchards and nursery stock 
in Utah and Oregon re. pests existing there and 
liable to be introduced Into Cal. (Bienn. rept. 
comr. hortic. 1903/4: 29-33.) 
Arms 
1882. Woolly aphis on apple and pear trees, suggested 
remedies; by C. H. Dwinelle. (A.R. hortlc. comrs. 
1882: 18-19; 89.) 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops— cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

APHIS — cont'd 

1883. Discussion of remedies agst. woolly aphis on 
apple and pear trees. (Same 1883: 46-51.) 

1884. To destroy apple aphides. (Bienn. rept. agric. 
college 1S83/4: 81-82.) 

1886. Woolly aphis and its repression; by Klee. 1 

sheet (Agric. exper. station, bull. 55.) 
1902. The black peach aphis in Cal.; by W. T. Clarke. 

(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 355-360.) 
. Peach-worm; by Clarke. 44 pp. (Agric. exper. 

station, bull. 144.) 
1904. Aphides attacking the apple; by W. T. Clarke. 

(1 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1903/4: 371-378.) 
. Hop aphis; by Clarke. 13 pp. (Agric. exper. 

station, bull. 160.) 

.\rRICOT 

1884. Discussion of apricot fungus. (Bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1883/4; 104-112.) 

ASPARAGUS 

1902. Rept. on asparagus rust and quarantine meas- 
ures to prevent its introduction into state. (8 
bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 81-88.) 

. Rept. of action of bd. in matter of quarantine 

agst. asparagus rust prevalent in Eastern States. 
(8 same 1901/2: 15-18.) 

BLASTOPHAGA 
1892. The blastophaga. Fig caprification, or the set- 
ting of the fruit; by B. M. Lelong. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1892: 227-259.) 

CHERRY 
See below, Peach. 

CODLIN MOTH 
1881-1882. Repts. on occurrence and ravages of, and on 
remedies agst. codlin moth; enemies of mulberry 
trees; sulphocarbonate of potassium as remedy 
agst. apple root louse; by F. GlUet. (1 A.R. hortic. 
comrs. 1882: 24-34.) 
1883. The greatest pest of the Cal. insect pests, or 
codlin moth; by F. GUlet. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 
72-74.) 

CUT WORM 
1871. The cut worm: remedies agst. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1870/1: 348-349.) 
FUNGI 
For diseases of particular plants, see name of plant 
In this proup. 

1882. The "smut" fungus; conditions under which It 
appears; by E. J. Wickson. (1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 
1882: 91-94.) 

1883. Fungi injurious to fruit trees; by Dr. II. H. 
Harkness. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 51-.S9.) 

1886. Some of the fungoid diseases affecting our de- 
ciduous fruits; by W. G. Klee. (Bull. no. 5.) 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 408-413.) 

1889-1890. Fungoid diseases; by B. M. Lelong. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1889 (pp. 235-259)— .sa?nc 1890.) 

1892. Root knots on frtiit trees and vines; by Wood- 
worth. 4 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 99.) 
GAI.I, I.OUSE 

1880. The gall louse In Ariz. (1 A.R. bd. vitlc. comrs. 
revised ed. 1880: 59.) 

GOOSEItEERY 
1886. Discussion of a gooseberry pest — a small worm. 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 274-276.) 
(.HAVE 
1884-1890. Rept. of E. Dowlen, special agt. to investl. 
gate Anaheim vino disease. (A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 
1889/90: 57-63.) 

. Brief historical sketch of the mysterious vine 

disease In Cal. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 169-177.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

grape: — cont'd 
1885/6. Record of work re. resistant vines and vine 
diseases. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 
1885/6: 136-186.) 

1886. Rept. of examination of phenomena and causes 
of coulure of vine in San Diego Co.; and compara- 
tive observations on coulure in different grape va- 
rieties. (Same 1SS5/6: 155-176.) 

1887. Abnormal deposits on vine leaves; mysterious 
death of vines; remedy for anthracnose of vines; 
by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 
70.) 

1890. Remedy agst. Cal. grapevine hopper. (A.R. bd. 

vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 111-115.) 
1892. Fungoid diseases of grape — cause and remedy; 

paper and discussion. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 

1893/4: 138-139; 150-152.) 

1896. Notes on botrytis cinerea on grapes in Cal.; by 
F. T. Bioletti. (Rept. of vitic. work, agric. col- 
lege 1887/93: 451-453.) 

1897. The Cal. vine hopper; by Woodworth. 14 pp. 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 116.) 

1901. Erinose of vine; by Bioletti and Twight. 7 pp. 
(Same, bull. 136.) 

GRAPEVINE HOPPER 
See above. Grape. 

GRASSHOPPER 

1902. Grasshoppers in Cal.; by Woodworth. 36 pp. 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 142.) 

. Rept. of conflict betw. fruit growers and owners 

of pasture lands in matter of burning-over lands to 
destroy grasshopers, and action of bd. re. same. 
(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 11-15.) 

HESSIAN FLY 
1886. The Hessian fly and resistant grains; by Wick- 
son. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 58.) 

INSECTKMDES 

1881. Carbon bisulphide and sulphocarbonates as in- 
secticides; by J. H. Wheeler. (1 A.R. chief execu- 
tive vitic. officer 1881 app. pp. 111-159.) 

1883. An effectual insecticide. (Bull. no. 2.) (Bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1SS3/4: 22-23.) 

1886. Alkaline washes for fruit trees; by Hilgard. 
1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 52.) 

. Whale-oil soap insecticide washes; the suffering 

of vines; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 56.) 

1887. Spray and band treatment for codling moth; 
difficult fermentations; by Wickson. 1 sheet. 
(Same, bull. 75.) 

. Arsenic remedy for grasshoppers. (A.R. bd. 

vitic. comrs. 1887: 140-144.) 
. Oidium (tuckerl) and the use of sulphur. — app. 

1 to ann. rept. of chief executive vitlc. officer. 

(Same 1887: 90-96.) 
. Winter washes recommended by state Inspector 

of fruit pests; spring and summer remedies agst. 

codlin moth. (Bulls, nos. 4 and 6.) (Bienn. rept 

bd. hortic. 188,5/6: 5i">8-5G4.) 

1888. Experiments on cause and avoidance of injury 
to foliage in hydrocyanic gas treatment of trees; 
by Morse. 3 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 79.) 

. Improved methods of chemical fumigation; 

paper and discussion. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic 

1886/8: 174-178.) 
. Resin spray and its effects on citrus trees; by 

J. H. Kellom. (A.R. same 1889: 420-425.) 
1896. Remedies for Insects and fungi; by Woodworth. 

16 pp. (Agric. pxpor. station, bull. 115.) 
1899. Orchard fumigation; by Woodworth. 33 pp. 

(Same, bull. 122.) 



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AGRICULTCRE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

INSECTICIDES— cont'd 
1899. Paris green for codlin moth; by Woodworth 

and Colby. 40 pp. (Same, bull. 126.) 
1903. Directions for spraying codUn moth; by Wood- 
worth. 20 pp. {Same, bull. 155.) 

. Sulphur sprays for red spiders; by Volck. 11 

pp. (Same, bull. 154.) 

. Spraying with distillates; by Volck. 31 pp. 

{Same, bull. 153.) 

. Fumigation dosage; by Woodworth. 17 pp. 

{Same. bull. 152.) 

. Arsenical insecticides; by Colby. 38 pp. (Sayne, 

bull. 151.) 

INSECTS— INJURIOUS 
See also names of Insects, !. e., locust, etc. ; do. scale 
insects. 

1865. Insects injurious to agric. in Cal.; by bd. of 
agric. entomologist. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1864/5: 129-130.) 

1881. Remarks by C. H. Dwinelle on protective meas- 
ures needed agst. insect pests. (1 A.R. hortic, 
comrs. 1882: 14-17.) 

. Rept. of F. Gillet, comr. for El Dorado distr., 

advising apptmt. of state entomologist, formation 
of CO. hortic. comns. and enlargement of powers of 
central organizations. (1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882- 
22-24.) 

. Treatise on insects injurious to fruit and fruit 

trees of Cal., remedies recommended for their ex- 
termination; by M. Cooke, chief exec, hortic. offi- 
cer. 72 pp., illus. (Bd. hortic.) 

Not seen ; entry from Dowker. 2 eds. were published, 
viz., 1st. f800 cop. ; :;d, 2200 cop. (2 A.U. vltlc. 
comrs. 1SS2 : 07). 

1R83. The need of a general knowledge of insects; 
measures suggested — endowment of chair of ento- 
mology in State University and introduction of sub- 
ject into public schools. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 
74-80.) 

. Circular sent out to fruit growers containing 

recommendations for suppression and eradication 
of various insect pests. (Bull. no. 1.) {Same 1883 
(pp. 131-134)— same bienn. rept. 1885/6.) 

. Rept. and discussion of subject of endowing ento- 
mological chair at State University, by voluntary 
contribution. {Same 1883: 110-112.) 

1884. Entomology of College of Agric; by Dwinelle. 
1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 16.) 

. Same. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 1883/4: 79- 

80.) 

. Rept. of committee on entomological professor- 
ships. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1883/4: 100-103.) 
1885/6. Rept. of dept. of entomology. (Bienn. rept. 

agric. college 1885/6: 140-156.) 
1887-1888. Rept. on various injurious insects, and 
remedies agst. their ravages; scale insects, woolly 
aphis, etc.; by W. G. Klee. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1885/6 (pp. 373-407)— sajne 1886/8.) 

1888. Remedies for destruction of Insect pests, com- 
plied from repts. by secy, of bd. {Same 1886/8: 
273-280.) 

. Treatise on insects injurious to fruit and fruit 

trees of Cal.; by W. G. Klee. 61 pp., illus. (Bd. of 
hortic.) 

Not seen ; entry frotn Bowker. 

1889. Nature's methods for subduing Insect pests; 
paper and discussion. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889: 
394-401.) 

1890. Insect pests and laws therefor; by W. E. Collins. 
{Same 1890: 47-51.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

INSECTS— INJURIOUS— cont'd 

1890-1903. Repts. on economic entomology and plant 
diseases. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890 (pp. 303- 
326)— some 1901/3.) 

1891. Destructive insects, their natural enemies, reme- 
dies and recommendations; by Alex. Craw. 51 pp., 
3 pis. (Hortic. bd.) 

Not sei'n ; Library of Con;;ross. 

1894. Insect pests and remedies: synopsis from rept. 
of Alex. Craw, quarantine officer and entomologist 
for 1893. With latest approved formulas appended. 
25 pp., iv pis. (Bull. 67 [I. e. 68], bd. hortic.) 

1896. Insect pests and tree diseases liable to be intro- 
duced into state, and especially to be guarded agst. 
(5 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1895/6: 23-27.) 

. Injurious insect pests found on trees and plants 

from foreign countries. (5 same 1895/6: 33-55.) 

1899/00. Rept. on mission of expert entomologist to 
foreign countries to collect and import beneficial 
insects. (7 same 1899/00: 9-17.) 

1900. Insect pests and remedies. Latest approved 
formulas. 32 pp. (Bull. 71, bd. hortic.) 

1901/2-1903/4. Review of insects of the yr. (8 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (pp. 91-172) — sa7ne comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 

1902. Rept. on work of entomological dept. of State 
Univ. (8 same 1901/2: 349-355.) 

1902-1903. Summary of bulls, issued by entomology 
dept.; grasshoppers in Cal. (bull. 142), Cal. peach- 
tree borer (bull. 143), peach worm (bull. 144), red 
spider of citrus trees (bull. 145), arsenical insecti- 
cides (bull. 151), fumigation dosage (bull. 152), 
spraying with distillates (bull. 153), sulphur 
sprays for red spiders (bull. 154). (Rept. agric. 
exper. station 1901/3: 108-110.) 

1903. Remedies for insects; by C. W. Woodworth. 19 
pp. (Circular 7, agric. exper. station.) 

1903/4. Rept. of division of entomology. (A.R. agric. 
exper. station 1903/4: 85-87.) 

1904. The entomological equipment of the hortic. 
comr.; by Prof. C. W. Woodworth. (1 bienn. rept. 
comr. hortic. 1903/4: 322-328.) 

. Bug vs. bug; list of Insects on exhibit at St. 

Louis, with description of the work they do in Cal. 
(1 same 1903/4: 79-107.) 

INSECTS— r.VRASITIC AND PREDACEOUS 
1872. Parasitic insects In Cal. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 1872: 356-369.) 
1886. Insects praying on scale Insects; by W. G. Klee. 

(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 404-407.) 

1888. Parasites; by W. G. Klee. {Same 1886/8: 179- 
182.) 

1889. Rept. of secy, on Introduction of parasites into 
state. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889: 21-23.) 

1889-1894. Beneficial insects; by B. M. Lelong; discus- 
sions. {Same 1889 (pp. 260-288)— bienn. rept. same 
1893/4.) 

1891. Introduction of the Vedalla into South Africa; 
extracts from rept. of Mr. Louw, agt. for South 
Africa, on his Cal. mission to obtain said parasite. 
(4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 7-8.) 

. The curious history of a ladybird; how It saved 

the orange interests of Cal. [Scientific Amer. 
Suppl., Apr. 4, 1891.] (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1890: 381-383.) 

. Internal parasites discovered In the San Gabriel 

Valley; recommendations and notes. 7 pp. (Bull. 
57, bd. hortic.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

IXSECTS — PARASITIC AND PREDACEOrS — cont'd 

1891-1893. Kept, on parasites and beneticial insects col- 
lected and sent to this country for propagation, by 
expert sent to Australia under act of 1891; distri- 
bution of parasites in state; stmt, of expenditures 
of mission. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 4-7.) 

1892. Rept. on the importation of parasites and pre- 
daceous Insects sent from Australia to check the 
injurious insects of fruits trees, particularly the 
scale. 15 pp. (App. to jols. 30 sess. v. 8 unnum. 
doc.) 

. Rept. of A. Koebele, agt. sent to Australia and 

adjacent countries for purpose of importing para- 
sites and predaceous Insects. (4 bienn, rept. bd. 
hortic. 1893/4: 145-150.) 

1894. Repts. and press comments on results of distri- 
bution of Rhigobius ventralis, or black ladybird. 
(4 same 1893/4: 426-432.) 

1904. Rept. of action of bd. in employing partial ser- 
vices of G. Compere in his search for parasites for 
destruction of insect pests. (1 bienn. rept. comr. 
hortic. 1903/4: 22-23; 196-197.) 

INSPECTION 
See above, that title. 

LEMON 
See below, Orange. 

LOCUST 
1879. The Rocky Mt. locusts: their destructive power; 
how they eat, and breed, and bring ruin. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1879: 148-175.) 

OLIVE 
1881. Repts. of E. Cooper on diseases of the olive and 

remedies. (1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882: 35-41.) 
1898. The olive knot; by Bioletti. 11 pp. (Agric. 

exper. station, bull. 120.) 
1902. Rept. on olive-knot in state. (8 bienn. rept. bd. 

hortic. 1901/2: 66-76.) 

OR A NOB 
1900. Safeguards agst. Mexican orange maggot. (7 

bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 21-22.) 
1902. Orange and lemon rot; by Woodworth. 12 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 139.) 
1903/4. Correspondence on Mexican orange maggot. 
(Bienn. rept. comr. hortic. 1903/4: 43-50.) 

ORANGE MAGGOT 
Sec above, Otodrc. 

PEACH, prcAii, pnrNE, etc. 
1883. Discussion of subject of bores in fruit trees. 
(A.R. bd. hortic. 1883: 118-130.) 

1891. Peach yellows; eastern peach yellows; extent of 
affected distrs., causes and remedies; papers and 
discussions; map. (Same 1891:395-399; 405-413.) 

. Peach yellows. A warning to fruit growers; by 

B. M. Lelong. 29 pp., 1 map, 4 pis. (Bull. 56(?), 
hortic. bd.) 

See note under Horticultural comrs., below, serial 
Kroup. 

. Peach-tree borers Infesting deciduous trees. 7 

pp., Illus. (Bull. 58, bd. hortic.) 
rt(H)(t cop. lsHUf'<l ; not hcph. 

1892. Discussion of root knot on prune, cherry, and 
peach trees — all of that class — and remedy. (4 
bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 189.3/4: 152-153.) 

1890. Causes of "frogging" and "bloating" of prunes; 

by F. T. Bioletti. 9 pp. (Agric. exper. station, 

bull. 114.) 
. Same. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1895/7: 

254-259.) 
1902. Kept, on root-knot of plum, prune, and peach 

trees. (8 bienn. rept. hortic. 1901/2: 77-80.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

peach, pear, PRDNE, etc.— cont'd 
1902. Cal. peach-tree borer; by Woodworth. 15 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 143.) 
1902-1904. Rept. on pear-blight in state. (8 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (pp. 53-65)— same comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 

PEAE 

See above. Poach, etc. 

PHYLLOXERA 
1873-1880. History of phylloxera-vastatrix and its rav- 
ages in Sonoma Valley. (1 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 
rev. ed. 1880: 108-111.) 

1875. Lecture on the phylloxera or grapevine louse, de- 
livered before State Vinic. Assn. Nov. 23, by E. W. 
Hilgard. 24 pp. (Bull. Univ. of Cal. no. 23.) 

1876. Rept. re. Sen. bill 508 to save from destruction 
the vineyards of Cal. and to extinguish the phyl- 
loxera in said vineyards. 5 pp. (App. to jols. 21 
sess. V. 5 unnum doc.) 

1879. The phylloxera in Cal. (Bienn. rept. agric. col- 
lege 1878/9: 65-68.) 

1880. First rept. of committee on phylloxera, vine 
pests, and diseases of vine. (1 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 
rev. ed. 1880: 87-157.) 

. Rept. of occurrence of phylloxera In Cal., made 

under direction of jt. committee of state vitic. comn. 

and Univ. of Cal. (A.R. agric. college 1880: 92- 

108.) 
. The phylloxera, or grapevine louse, and remedies 

for its ravages; by E. W. Hilgard. 25 pp. (Suppl. 

1 to rept. bd. of regents of Univ. Cal. 1880.) 

1881. Rept. on investigation of phylloxera. (2 A.R. 
bd. vitic. comrs. 1881: 76-79.) 

. Distrs. infected by phylloxera; authenticated 

repts. from abroad of Amer. vines found to be truly 
phylloxera resistant; remedy for extermination. 
(2 same 1881: 15.) 

. Second ann. rept. of committee on phylloxera. 

vine pests, and diseases of vines. (1 A.R. chief, 
executive vitic. officer 1881 app. pp. 163-174.) 

1881-18S4. Record of work re. phylloxera and its re- 
pression; bulls, nos. 19, 3, 18. and 48 given. (Rept. 
vitic. work agric. college 1883/5: 162-210.) 

. Original investigations on phylloxera and vine 

pests. (1 A.R. chief exec, vitic. officer 1881 (pp. 
viii-xvii)— 2 same 1882/4.) 

1882. Phylloxera-proof vines. (Trans, state agric, 
socy. 1882: 158-166.) 

1883. Remedies for phylloxera: failure of cuttings 
1 sheet. (Univ. of Cal. agric. exper. station, bull. 3.) 

1884. Mr. J. A. Bauer's phylloxera remedy. (Trans 
state agric. socy. 1884: 200-204.) 

. Same; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. sta 

tion. bull. 18.) 
. Observations on phylloxera In 1884; by Morse 

1 sheet. (Same, bull. 19.) 

1885. Investigation upon mercurial phylloxera rem 
edy; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same. bull. 48.) 

. The phylloxera at Berkeley. Stmt, made by the 

professor of agric; by 10. W. Hilgard. 8 pp. 

(Vitic. comn.) 
1890. The advance of the phylloxera. (A.R. bd. vltlc. 

comrs. 1889/90: 22-23.) 
1892. New researches upon the resistance of, and ex- 

emiillon from, phylloxera; by A. Millardet. [Trans. 

from French by C. J. Wetmore.l (Same 1891/2: 

26,5-279.) 
1894. The phylloxera of the vino; by Valery Mayet 

[with bibllog. |. Translated (or state vltlc. comrs. 

(Kept. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1893/4: 107-191.) 



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1881. 

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1886. 



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AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pests — cont'd 

ri I YI.I.OXKK.V— cont'd 
1895. Phylloxera: by A. P. Hayne. (Rept. vltlc. work 

agric. collepe 1S87/93: 375-378.) 
1901. Phylloxera of the vine; by Blolettl. 16 pp. 

(Agrlc. expor. station, bull. 131.) 
1904. Observations on phylloxera: by O. E. Bremmer. 
(1 blenn. rept. comr. hortlc. 1903/4: 337-343.) 

r(vr.\TO woini 
1901. Potato worm In Cal.: by Clarke. 30 pp. (Agrlc. 
exper. station, bull. 135.) 

riUNK 
See above, IVacli. 

QUAUANTINIC AND INSPECTION 

serial 
1881-1894. Text of regulations. 
Checklist 
1S81 Nov. 2 Ann. rept. bil. vltlc. comrs. 1881 : 

11-13. 
1881 Nov. 1 Ann. rept. bortlc. comrs. 1882:0-11. 
1883 June 2!) Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. IRS!) : 408-470. 
1801 Nov. m Ann. rept. bd. hortlc. IRiU : ::S-:til. 
18n;t Dec. 28 Blonn. rept. b<l. hortlc. IN'.i:; 4 : I2-1;!. 
ISm Aug. 15 Hlenn. rept. bd. hortlc. ls;i.-, li : 7 S. 

non-serial 
Quarantine. (1 A.R. chief exec, vitic. officer 
181: xxiii-xxv.) 

Comment on quarantine guardians and inade- 
quacy of their compensation. (Bienn. rept. bd. 
hortlc. 1885/6: 434-435.) 

1889. Synopsis of repts. of special agt. re. inspection 
of fruit pests, by cos. (A.R. same 1889: 472-476.) 

. Regulations to prevent spread of contagious dis- 
eases among fruit trees. 6 pp. (Bull. 53, bd. 
hortlc.) 

1890. National registration of plants, the need of com- 
plete and systematic plan of registration and how 
to accomplish it. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 136-139.) 

1891. Regulations to prevent introduction and spread 
of injurious insect pests and contagious diseases 
among fruit and fruit trees; amended Nov. 20. 13 
pp. (Bull. 60, bd. hortic.) 

1892. Suits agst. owners of contagious fruit trees. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2: 6.) 

. Rept. of quarantine ofBcer on foreign pests and 

diseases. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 141- 
145.) 

. Rept. on president's address re. creation of dept. 

of fruit Inspection, importation of parasitic insects, 
effective forestry laws, further Congressional ac- 
tion re. olive oil adulteration, and govt, ownership 
of r.rs. (4 same 1893/4: 215.) 

. Regulations to prevent Introduction of injurious 

insect pests and contagious diseases among fruit 
and fruit trees. 7 pp. (Bull. 62, bd. hortic.) 

1892-1902. Rept. on inspection of steamships and sail- 
ing vessels. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892 (pp. 4-5) — 
bienn. rept. same 1901/2.) 

1893. Suggestions on hortic. quarantine by quarantine 
officer. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 290-294.) 

1894. Hortic. quarantine guardians, a revised list. 20 
pp. (Bull. 67, bd. hortic.) 

1895. Enforcement of hortic. quarantine regulations; 
opinion in case of Superior Court of Los Angeles 
calling into question constitutionality of amended 
act of 1881 re. same. (5 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1895/6: 8-10.) 

1900. The need of a national hortic. quarantine law. 
(7 same 1899/00: 185-187.) 

. Memorials and res. adopted by Fruit Growers' 

Convention re. inspection of trees, etc., imported 
Into this country; etc. (7 same 1899/00: 23-25.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 
Pksts — cont'd 

in'AKANTINK AND INSI'ECTION— cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 
1904. Inspection of nursery stock from a nurseryman's 
standpoint. (S same l'J0:!/4: 317-322.) 

. Establishment of a plant quarantine at port of 

San Diego. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortlc. 1903/4: 
17.) 

. The quarantine division of the state hortlc. 

comn.; details of the work. (1 same 1903/4: 344- 
350.) 

RED SPIDER 
1882. The red spider; suggested remedies; by W. B. 

West. (1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882: 20-21.) 
1902. Red spider of citrus trees; by Woodworth. 19 
pp. (Univ. of Cal. agric. exper. station, bull. 145.) 

Ki:SSIAN TIIISTLK 
See below. Weeds. 

SCALE INSECTS 
1868-1890. Rise and downfall of cottony cushion scale. 

(A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 53-57.) 
1882. Rept. of S. S. Chapin, M. D., on scale insects; 

remedies suggested. (1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882: 

65-88.) 

1887. Address of Prof. C. V. Riley on scale insects and 
remedies agst. their ravages; also discussion. 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 450-479.) 

. Uses of gases agst. scale insects; by Chapman. 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 71.) 

. The use of hydrocyanic acid agst. scale insects; 

by Morse. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 73.) 

. Res. to appt. committee to memorialize Congress 

to make apprn. for investigation of injurious scale 
insects in their native country, Australia, and their 
introduction into this country. (Bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1885/6: 483.) 

1888. Correspondence; parasites on San Jose scale at 
Los Angeles. (Same 1886/8: 281-286.) 

1888-1891. Injurious insects — scale insects; by B. M. 
Leiong. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889 (pp. 155-233) — 
same 1891.) 

1890. Citrus scale insect In San Gabriel; yellow scale 
parasite; successful results of fumigation. (Same 
1890: 347-349; 351-352.) 

. Memorials to legisl. asking apprns. for importa- 
tion to this country of parasites for scale insects, 
and for uses of hortic. bd.; also for more stringent 
laws to protect and promote hortic. (Same 1891: 
362.) 

. Historical sketch of rise and downfall of cottony 

cushion scale; by George Rice. 8 pp. (Bull. 54. 
bd. hortic.) 

See notes under Bulletins, IlortJculturnl commissions, 
serial trroup. 

WEEDS 
1890. The weeds of Cal.; by E. W. Hilgard; some 

Berkeley weed-seeds, thesis by H. P. Dyer. (A.R. 

agric. exper. station 1890: 238-266.) 
1895. The Russian thistle in Cal.; by Shinn. 16 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 107.) 
. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1894/5: 277- 

291.) 
1898. The extermination of weeds; by E. W. Hilgard. 

(Same 1897/8: 201-202.) 

WHEAT 
1879. Lecture by Prof. C. H. Dwinelle on rust in 
wheat. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 116-120.) 

. Rust in wheat; cause and remedies. (Blenn. 

rept. agric. college 1878/9: 100-105.) 
Quabanti.me; see above, Inspection 
Rye; see above. Grain 






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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICU1T0RE— cont'd 
Crops — cont'd 

SCGAB 

1881. Holcus sugar cane. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 
1881: 220-224.) 
Sweet Potato 

1855. Sweet potatoes, of superior quality and flavor, 
cultivated in great abundance on overflow lands. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 22.) 

1892/4. Analyses of Gal. sweet potatoes and compari- 
son of composition with that of Irish potatoes. 
(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1892/4: 219-225.) 
Tea 

1867. Tea culture in Cal. advised. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1866/7: 14-15.) 
Tobacco 

1856. Soil and climate of Cal. believed by planters to 
be well suited to tobacco culture, alkaline lands in 
central part of state being capable of producing 
large crops. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 18.) 

1863. Prize essay on culture and curing of tobacco in 

Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1863: 168-172.) 
1874. Tobacco in Cal.; culture of plant and curing of 

the leaf. (Same 1874: 273-284; 480-495.) 
1895. .'Vdaptability of Cal. for tobacco culture. (Same 
1895: 22.) 

. Paper on tobacco production in Cal.; by Mr. E. 

Briggs. (Same 1895: 113-117.) 
1898. Nicotine in Cal. grown tobacco. (A.R. agric. 
exper. station 1897/8: 149-154.) 
VmccLTUBE; see above. Grape 
Walnut; see above, Nuts 
Wheat; see above, Gbain 

Education 

Califobnia 
1866. Agrlc. education and the press. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1866/7: 48-49.) 

1874. Memorial of Cal. State Grange and Mechanics' 
Deliberative Assem. on the State Univ. 9 pp. 
(App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 6 [doc. 5].) 

That provl.slon be madp for agrlc. oilucatlon. 

1875. Bull. Univ. of Cal. College of Agric. Announce- 
ment of lectures, etc. 4 pp. (Bull. no. 8.) 

■ . Same. Course of instruction by Prof. Hilgard 

for 1875/6. 4 pp. (Bull. no. 18.) 

1878. Petition of State Grange, Mechanics' State Coun- 
cil, and Mechanics' Deliberative Assem. on subject 
of ragric] education. 7 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. 
v. 4 [doc. 25].) 

1880. See above. Crops. Grape; this date. 

1883. See above, Agriculture; this date. 

. Rept. of law committee of bd. of regents. Univ. 

of Cal., on act of Congress of July 2, 1862. 12 pp 

1884. The need of students to qualify themselves as 
specialists. (2 A.R. chief exec, vitic. officer 1882/4: 
24-25.) 

1886. Stmt. In reference to applications and contracts 

of John and Francisco Forster. 13 pp. 
t;n(l<r ir.O.O(i() ncic t'rant. 
1888. In matter of adjustment of Congressional land 

grant of 150,000 acres to state of Cal.; corresp. 

15 pp. 

rubllKhcil by 1)(1. ri't'cnts, Univ. of Cal. Not spcii ; 
*'ntry from I*o\vli**r. 
1892-1893. Agrlc. Instruction In public schools advised. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1892 (pp. 22-23)— .?owe 

1893.) 
1892/3. Rept. of observations made on European agrlc. 

Bchools and exper. statlonH; general conclusions 

comparing conditions with those In Amer. (Blenn. 

rept. bd. agrlc. exper. station 1892/4: 27-44.) 
1897. Suggf-Htlons for establishment of lower-grade 

agrlc. Bchools. (Same 1895/7: 7-9.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Education — cont'd 

California — cont'd 

1899. Comment on needs of agric. education in state. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 36.) 

1900. Agric. education; by B. I. Wheeler, pres. Univ. 
of Cal. (Same 1900: 125-128.) 

1904. Rept. on work of school established at San Luis 
Obispo for teaching agric, mechanics, and do- 
mestic science. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortic. 1903/4: 
203-204.) 

. Agric. education in the public schools; by John 

S. Dare. 8 pp. (Hortic. comn.) 

. Same. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortic. 1903/4: 225- 

230; 383.) 

Minnesota 

1897. Comment on Minn, plan for agric. teaching. 
(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1895/7: 19-22.) 
Agbicultural College 

Land grant college under federal act of July 2, 1S62. 

serial 
See Agricultural Experiment Station. Serial, 1 series. 
non-serial 

1863. State agric. college; remarks of supt. of public 
instruction of N. Y. re. donation of lands by Con- 
gress quoted. (13 A.R. supt. public instruction 
1863: 68-70.) 

1865. Preamble and res. re. apptmt. of committee to 
act with committee from Miners' Convention to se- 
cure fair organization, location, and mngmt. of 
agric. and mechanical college. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1864/5: 109-110.) 

. Suggestions re. establishment, location, and char- 
acter of college for benefit of agrlc. and mechanic 
arts. (Same 1864/5: 78-93.) 

. Suggestions for mngmt. of agrlc. and mechanic 

arts college lands. (Same 1864/5: 77-78.) 

. Address on subject of establishment of agrlc. 

college in state, re. means by which legislation of 
Congress granting land for same to state may be 
made available. (Same 1864/5: 187-201.) 

1865-1867. Remarks on agric. college lands. (A.R. 
surveyor gen. 1864/5 (pp. 99-100)— .sawie 1865/7.) 

. State agric. college. (1 bienn. rept. supt. public 

instruction 1864/5 (pp. 78-80)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

1869-1871. On progress of State Univ.; the agric. col- 
lege. (3 same 1868/9 (pp. 25-31)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1871. Stmt, of working condition of the various agric. 
colleges in U. S. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 
313-319.) 

. Rept. of present condition of agric. college; no 

practical work being done; the subject commended 
to good judgment of the leglsl. (Same 1870/1: 22- 
25.) 

1880. Rept. of Assem. committee on agric, mining, 
and mechanic arts. 2 11. (App. to jols. 23 sess. 
v. 5 unnum doc.) 

1880-1886. On financial needs of agrlc. dept. (A.R. 
agrlc. college 1880 (pp. 1 0-11 ) — .so m c 1885/6.) 

1881. In the opinion of pres. of lid. of agrlc. funds de- 
rived from Congresn for endownieuf and support of 
an agric. coUo.ge, arc not being applied by the Univ. 
In accordance with act of Congress creating, and 
constitution and statutes of Cal. re. such trust. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1881 : 13-lS.) 

1883. Suppl. rept. of committee on agric, mining, and 
mechanics' arts college. (Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 
311-314.) 

. Rept. of special committee, bd. of regents, Univ. 

of Cal., on the college of agrlc. 4 pp. 

1885. Rept. on agrlc, mining, and mechanic arts col- 
lege. (Assem. jol. 26 sess. j). 584.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



39 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Education — cont'd 

AOBICULTUBAL COLLEGE Cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1894/6-1902/4. Stmt, showing receipts and disburse- 
ments under act of leRlsl. of Cal. approved Mch. 31. 
1891, expressing assent of state to act of Congress, 
approved Aug. 30, 1890, entitled, " an act to apply a 
portion of proceeds of puldic lands to more com- 
plete endowment and support of colleges for benefit 
of agrlc. and mech. arts, established under provi- 
sions of an act of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," 
and to the purposes of grants of moneys authorized 
thereby, and to all provisions thereof (known as 
"The Morrill College Act"). (A.R. state treas- 
urer 1894/6 (p. 54)— blenn. rept. same 1902/4.) 

FaBMEBS' IXSTITITES 

1892-1904. Repts. of f.nrmers' Institutes. (Blenn. rept. 
agrlc. exper. station 1892/4 (pp. 22-26) — A.R. same 
1903/4.) 

1897. Comment on growing Interest in farmers' insti- 
tutes In Southern Cal. (Same 1895/7: 9-10.) 

1902. Suggestion that legisl. make apprn. of not less 
than 112,000 for farmers' Institutes. (Same 
1898/01 pt. 1: 15.) 

Expenditures for 

1859-1860. Stmt, showing amt. expended for agrlc. pur- 
poses. (A.R. state controller 1858/9 (p. 12) — same 
1859/60.) 

1871. Stmt, showing expenditures, amt. of each apprn. 
made by law, amt, expended under each and bal- 
ance unexpended for encouragement of agric, etc. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1SC9/71: 50.) 
AoRicuLTURAL COLLEGE; scB above. Education 
Fairs 

1890/4. Cost of citrus fairs; expenditures from apprns. 
made by state. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 
71.) 
Horticultural Board 

1883-1891. Stmt, of ann. expenditures by secy. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1883 (pp. 10-11)— same 1891.) 
Not found In lilonn. rept. 1880/S. 

1883-1894. Cost of state bd. of hortic; expenditures 
from apprns. made by state and cost of prtg. (A.R. 
bd. examiners dated 1895: 68.) 

1883/4-1890/1. Ann. rept. of treasurer. (Bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1883/4 (pp. 15-17)— A.R. same 1891.) 

1884-1904. Stmt, showing expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, and 
balance unexpended for hortic, (Blenn. rept. state 
controller 1882/4 (p. 54)— same 1902/4.) 

1887. Stmt, by secy, of deficiency bills agst. bd. of 
hortic. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1886/8: 22.) 

1889. Stmt, of amts. appropriated for salaries of offi- 
cers of hortic. bd. and other uses. (A.R. same 
1889: 16.) 

1891-1904. Ann. financial stmt, of hortic. bd. (Same 
1891 (pp. 1-2) — Bienn. rept. comr. hortic. same 
1903/4.) 
Seed and Plant Distribution 

1885/6. Rept. of distribution of seeds, plants, and 
scions, and donations received; summaries of dis- 
tributions and financial stmts. (Bienn. rept. agrlc. 
college 1885/6: 157-164.) 

1886/7-1902/3. Distribution of seeds and plants, and 
donations reed; financial stmt. (A.R. agrlc. exper. 
station 1890 (pp. 196-201)— same 1901/3.) 

1891/2-1902/3. Cumulative comparative financial stmt. 
of receipts and expenditure of seed and plant dis- 
tribution. (Blenn. rept. same 1892/4 (p. 346) — 
same 1901/3.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Expenditures for — cont'd 
State Vetkjii.nauian 

1902-1904. Stmt, showing expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, arat. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for state veterinarian. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1900/2 (p. 87)— same 
1902/4.) 

VlTICUI.TUBAL BOAIID 

1880-1881. Ann. rept. of treasurer. (1 A.K. bd. vltic. 

comrs. rev. ed. 18S0 (p. 16)— same 1881.) 
1880-1894. Cost of state bd. of vltlc; expenditures 

from apprns. made by state, and cost of prtg. (A. 

R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 69.) 
1882-189C. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditure, and of 

each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 

each, and balance unexpended for state vltlc. 

comrs. (Blenn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 

82)— so?ne 1894/6.) 

1887. Rept. of receipts and disbursements for yr. (A. 
R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1887: 63.) 

1887/8-1889/90. Stmt, of receipts and expenditures of 
comrs. for 3 yrs. (Same 1889/90: 97-98.) 

1889. Rept. of committee on vinic. and vltlc. with stmt, 
of disbursements of state vitic. comr. (Assem. jol. 
28 sess. pp. 623-624.) 

1890/1-1891/2. Stmt, of receipts and disbursements for 

2 yrs. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 5-6.) 
Fairs 

1872. Notes taken at the fairs of the several co., distr., 

and state societies. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1872: 

205-216.) 
1881-1892. Trans, of dIstr. agric. assns. and fairs. 

(Same 1881 (pp. 227-440)— same 1892.) 
Citrus Fairs 

1879. Proceedings of 2d ann. Citrus Exhibition of 

Southern Cal. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1879: 447- 

448.) 

1888. Rept. of a winter fair: the OrovIIIe Citrus Exhi- 
bition. (Same 1S88: 206-218.) 

1890. Favorable comment on citrus fairs and recom- 
mendation that apprn. for these exhibitions be con- 
tinued for another term of 2 yrs. (Same 1890 (pp. 
23-24)— sa?ne 1891.) 

1890-1895. Repts. of state citrus fairs. (Same 1889 
(pp. 259-255)— same 1895.) 
Expenditures fob; see above, Expenditubes 
Midwi.nter Faib 
1894. Rept. on Midwinter Fair exhibit and celebration 
of hortic. day. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 
445-451.) 
Premiums; see below, that title 
State Faib 

Soe aI.so bolow Premiums. 

1855. Rept. favoring apprn. to aid State Agric. Socy. to 
meet expenses of first ann. fair. (Assem. Jol. 1855: 
290.) 

. State Fair complete success and encouragement 

of State Agrlc. Socy. urged. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1856: 7.) 

1856. Official rept. of 3d agric. fair, cattle sHow, etc. 
80 pp. (State agric. socy.) 

1857. Same, 4th. 190 pp. 

Not scon : entry from liowker. 

1858. Rept. of committee on permanent location of the 
fair of State Agrlc. Socy. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1858: 46-50.) 

. Rept. on fair. (Same 1858: 110-112.) 

1858-1863. List of entries at the socy's. fair. (Same 
1858 (pp. 82-109)- same 1863.) 

1859. Stmts, of competitors in the different depts. re. 
their entries. (Same 1859: 201-226.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICITLTURE— cont'd 
Fairs — cont'd 
State Faib — cont'd 
1867-1875. Stmts, of claimants for gold medals for 
most meritorious exhibition in each dept.; rept. of 
committee on gold medals. (Same 1866/7 (pp. 177- 
247)— sa7«e 1875.) 
No returns in 186S/9. 
1868. Brief mention of noteworthy exhibitions. (Same 

1868/9: 111-122.) 
1870/1-1900/1. Repts. of gold medal committees. 

(Same 1870/1 (pp. 170; 309-312)— sa?ne 1901.) 
1873-1890. List of exhibits at ann. fair. (Same 1872 
(pp. 57-93)— same 1890.) 

1880. Calling attention to indifference towards socy. 
fair that has heretofore prevailed among stock 
breeders and producers of general agric. crops: 
suggested improvements to remedy same, revision 
of premium lists; by corresp.. by traveling agts., 
and by publications, bringing socy. into close rela- 
tions with industrial class; by opening up corresp. 
with other states and countries, assisting various 
industries to find markets for surplus profits. 
(Same 1879: 15-20.) 

. General rept. of state fair from Sacramento 

Record-Union; editorial comments. (iSo7?ie 1880: 
125-184.) 

1880-1886. Comparative stmt, of receipts and expendi- 
tures of Agric. Socy. fair for 2 yrs. (Same 1881 
(p. 57)— same 1886.) 

1881. Under act of 1880 works of art and industrial 
products other than those of Cal. are excluded from 
exhibit at ann. fair; recommendation that practice 
be abandoned or law changed; also that State Pa- 
vilion be erected at Capitol Park with surroundings 
which represent history, arts, and products of Cal. 
(Same 1881: 9-10.) 

1883. The time of holding fair to be extended to 2 
wks.; a new and larger list of premiums to be 
offered; permanent improvements made during yr. 
and cost of same; real estate purchased. (Same 
1883: 11-14.) 

. History of the exposition bldg. and cost of same. 

(Same 1883: 14-18.) 

. Three wks'. exhibition of ann. fair proposed. 

(Same 1883: 15-16.) 

1883/4. Detailed stmt, of expenses of bldg. and im- 
provements at park and pavilion. (Same 1884: 
13-14.) 

1885. Permanent improvements made at park on pa- 
vilion. (Same 1885: 16.) 

1886. Rept. of committee to lease park bldgs. (Same 
1885: 31.) 

. Exhibits at State and Mechanics' Inst, fairs. 

(Blenn. rept. agric. college 1885/6: 164-186.) 

1887. Comment on benefit ann. exhibitions have been 
to general public, and the assistance that the sys- 
tem of distr. agric. assns. have been to ann. exhi- 
bitions. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 11-13.) 

. Suggestion that an excursion each yr. be ar- 
ranged to arrive from the East during progress of 
the State Fair. (.S'a;ne 1887: 21-22.) 

1887-1889. Kept, of committee of bds. on co. exhibits. 
(Same 1887 (pp. 136-156)— same 1889.) 

1888. Favorable comment on co. exhibits at State Fair. 
(Same 1888: 22.) 

. The proposed foreign exhibit. (Same 1888: 14- 

16.) 

1888-1889. Comment on San Francisco Journal of Com- 
merce exhibit. (Same 1888 (pp. 144-147)— same 
1889.) 

1891-1895. Comment on ann. exhibitions at State Fair 
by pres. of bd. of agric. (Same 1891 (pp. 11 H) — 
tavic 1895.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Fairs — cont'd 
State Fair — cont'd 

1892. General review of pavilion display at State Fair. 
(Same 1892: 100-106.) 

. State Fair exhibition one of unsual extent be- 
cause of this being Columbian yr. ; Sacramento 
made special apprn. of $5000. (Same 1892: 11-13.) 

1894. For purpose of obtaining new park grounds, a 
bill has been introduced in legist, giving bd. of 
agric. authority to dispose of present park grounds, 
under process of Superior Court, and depositing 
money reed, therefor in state treasury. (Same 
1894: 31-33.) 
Fence Law 

1856. Rept. of committee on agric. re. petition of citi- 
zens praying repeal of all laws requiring fences for 
protection of crops, and enactment of law allowing 
damages to full amt. of stock depredations on grow- 
ing crops. (Assem. jol. 1856: 360-361.) 

1863. The fence question in Cal. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1863: 146-155.) 

1864. Fencing, and grain farming; revision of state 
fence law recommended. (Same 1804/5: 66-69.) 

1868. Communication from San Francisco Chamber of 
Commerce re. proceedings of that body in their 
efforts to procure repeal or modification of fence 
laws. (Savie 1866/7: 114-122.) 

. Rept. of committee re. fencing agric. lands. 5 pp. 

(App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 
1871. 'The fence question: relative property considera- 
tions; expense of fences, scarcity of timber. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1870/1: 19-21.) 
Fences 

1871. Hedge or live fences in Cal. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1870/1: 350-353.) 
Horticultural Commissions and Boards 
STATE BOARD 
serial 
RF;rouTS 

Under Direction of Vitteiiltiiral Commission 

Under act of Mnrcli 4, ISSl. 

"The Inw cronting the stale bd. of horticultural comrs. 
put the s.Tmo under the direction of the vltlcultural 
commission to t;ike oharge of. together with the 
funds appropriated for its malntalument." (Ann. 
rei)1. vitlc. comrs. 1SS7 : 10.) The additional work 
thrown up(Ui the vltie. comrs. hy this arrangement 
caused them to apei^al to the legislature for relief. 
The act of March i:!, ISS:! placed the horticultural 
coiomlssion upon an Independent footing. 

1 series 

1881. Sessions of the bd. of state hortic. comrs. (1 
A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. rev. ed. 1880: 173-175.) 

2 series 

1881/2. Rept. of bd. of state hortic. comrs., 1. Sacra- 
mento, 1882. 

Checklist 
1. riSSl/21. 1.S82. 04 pp. lllus. 
In Collected docs, as follows; 

1. 1881/2 lu App. to Jols. 2.5 soss. v. 4 unnum. doc. 

Under Independent AdmlnlntraHon 

1 series 

Inder act of March 1.1, 1883. 

1883. Ann. rept. of state bd. of hortic. Sacramento, 
1883. 

Checklist 
1883. 1883. 134 np. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1883 In App. to Jol.i. 20 sosn. v. .5 ununui. doc. 

2 series 

1884-1886/8. Blcnn. rept. of state bd. of hortic. Sac- 
ramento, 1884-1889. 

Checklist 
unnum. 1881. 1884, llfl pp. 

ISS.VIl. lUenn. rept for 188ri and 1880. 

AlHO, 0|)p. for 1887. 1887. C83 pp., col'd pla. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



41 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Horticultural Commissions and Boards — cont'd 

STATK ItOAKD— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

RKTOdTS— cont'd 

Under Indepefulfnt Administriition — cont'd 

2 series — cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
3. 1880/S. Blenn. rept. 1888. 1880. 302 pp., Illiis.. 
col'd pis. 
In CToIlocted docs, as follows ; 
unnum. 1884. Oinlttcd. 

" 1885/0 In App. to Jols. 27 sess. v. 5 iinnmn. 
doc. 
8. 1886/8 In App. to Jols. 28 sess. v. 5 unnuni. 
doc. 

3 series 
I'ndiT see. (p. 91) Statutes 1880. 
1889-1892. Ann. rept. of the state bd. of hortlc. Sac- 
ramento, 1890-1892. 

Checklist 
unnum. 1880. 1800. CfB pp., Illus., col'd pis. 
" 1800. 1800. 522 pp., Ilhi.s., col'd pis. 

1801. 1802. 488 pp., Illus., col'd pis. 

1802. 1802. 463 pp. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1880 In App. to Jols. 20 sess. v. 4 unnum. doc. 

1800 " 29 '• V. 6 

1801 30 •' T. 3 

1802 30 " T. 3 

i series 

tinder act of 1801. 
1893/4-1901/2. Blenn. rept. of state bd. of hortlc, 4-8. 
Sacramento, 1894-1902. 

Checklist 
4.* 1803/4. 1804. 458 pp., Illus., pis. 
5. 18&n/0. 1806. 164 pp.. Illus, 
0.t 1806/8. 1.S09. 2 II. 158 pp., pis., Illus. 

7. 1800/00. 1901. 2.')4 pp., pi. 

8. 1001/2. 1002. 447 pp., Illus. 
In Collected d«ics. as follows : 

4.* 1893/4 In App. to Jols. 31 sess. v. 5 unnum. 
doc. 

5. 1894/6 In App. to Jols. 32 sess. v. 5 doc. 

[21. 

6. 1806 '8 omitted. 

7. 1890/00 In App. to Jols. 34 sess. v. 4 doc. 

[101. 

8. 1001/2 In App. to Jols. 35 sess. v. 3 doc. 

[4]. 

5 series 
Under Act of March 2,'), 1903. 
1903/4. Bienn. rept. of comrs. of hortlc, 1. Sacra- 
mento, 1905. 

BULLETINS 
1883-1900. State bd. of hortic. Bulletins, 1-71. Sacra- 
mento, 1883-1900. 

Checklist 
no. 1. [Recommendations for suppression and eradica- 
tion of various pests Infecting fruit trees and 
fruit. 1 MaT 17, 1883. 

Reprinted In A.R. hortlc. bd. 1883 : 131-134 ; 
lb. 1884 : 18-21 ; lb. 1885/0 : 
no. 2. [An effectual Insecticide: whale oil and Iron com- 
pound.] Nov. 5, 1884. 

Reprinted In A.R. hortlc. bd. 1884 : 22-23. 
no. 3. Not found : see reference to bull. In footnote, p. 

404. A.R. hortlc. bd. 1885/6. 
no. 4. '^'Inter washes recommended by state Inspector of 
fruit pests, n. d. 

Reprinted In A.R. hortlc. bd. 188,5/6 : 558-501. 
no. 5. Some of the fungoid diseases affectlnj^ our decidu- 
ous fruits, n. fl. 

Reprinted In A.R. hortlc. bd. 1885/6:408-413. 
DO. 6. Sprint; and summer remedies against the codltn 
moth, n d. 

Reprinted In A.R. hortlc. bd. 1S85/6 : 562-564. 
no. 7. Not found : see reference on p. 19, 3d bienn. rept. 
bd. horticulture. 
No record of any numbered bulletins between no. 7 
and no. 50 has been found. Those numbered 1-7 
are, specifically, bulletins Issued by the board's 
Inspector of fiult pests. Bulletin no. 50 was Issued 
In 1889 by that state bd. of horticulture created 



• This notation resumes that of former series of blenn. 

repts., see aliove series 3. 
t Title Is Preliminary Report (6th biennial). 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Horticultural Commissions and Boards — cont'd 
STATU HOARD — cont'd 
serial — cont'd 
BULLETINS— cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
under sec. 9, statutes of 18S9. In the opinion of 
the conii>lh'r no numbered Imlletlns wore Issued 
between nos. 7 and 50, the n<'wly created board 
arbitrarily assliinlng no. 50 to the llrst of Its 
series. No. 50 Is regarded by the existing com- 
mission as the boKlnnlng of the Hie. The earlier 
nos. were Intended for Immediate and wide circu- 
lation and probably no record was k«-pt of them. 
When the board of 1SH9 started Its dli', II Is sup- 
posed a number was chosen for tlie beginning which 
would allow plenty of margin for such earlier 
uumbers as might turn up without overlapping 
numbers. 

no. 50.* Compilation of laws to protect and promote 
horticultural Interests of state. 1889. 28 pp. 

no. 51.* Laws relative to horticulture and remedies 
recommended for the destruction of Injurious In- 
sects. 1889. 

no. 52. Repts. of the San Bernardino and Tulare co. 
horticultural comrs. 1889. 5 pp. 

no. 53. Regulations to prevent the spread of contagious 
diseases among fruit trees. 1889. 6 pp. 

no. 54. Kept, of the Sutter CO. bd. of horticultural comrs. 
1880. 
Not seen ; taken from p. 18 Ann. rept. hortlc. bd. 1889. 
See also note under next Item. 

no. 54. Historical sketch of rise and downfall of the 
cottony cushion scale ; by George Rice. 1890. 
8 pp. 
Not seen ; title supplied by Cal. State Library. Prob- 
ably a case of duplicate numbering as in no. 67, 
below, and one is proliably intended for no 55, 
but, which one. It has not been possible to ascertain 
from any of the sources resorted to by compiler. 

no. 55. Cal. dried fruits and how to use them ; by Prof. 
C. H. Allen. 1891 (?). 8 pp. 

no. 56. Peach yellows. A warning to fruit growers ; by 
B. M. Lelong. 1891. 29 pp., 1 map, 4 pis. 
These two assignments, viz., no. 55 and 56 are sup- 
posititious. After considerable correspondence and 
research no record of these two bulletins was 
forthcoming. On p. 21 of the ann. rept. of the bd. 
of hortlc. for 1891 there Is an allusion to pamph- 
lets, referred to as bulletins, relating to these 
sul)jects having been issued during the year. The 
pamphlet on Cal. dried fruits has not been seen 
by the compiler and that on Peach yellows Is un- 
numbered. Although the assumption that these 
pamphlets were Intended for these bulletins Is 
reasonable, It Is entirely probably tliat they have 
not been assigned to the correct numlters. 

no. 57. Internal parasites discovered In the San Gabriel 
Valley ; recommendations and notes. 1801. 7 pp. 

no. 58. Peach-tree borers Infesting deciduous trees ; by A. 
Craw. 1891. 7 pp. 

DO. 50. Compilation of laws to protect and promote the 
horticultural Interests of the state ; act as 
amended. 1801. 7 pp. 

no. 60. Regulations to prevent the Introduction and 
spread of Injurious Insect [)ests and contagious 
diseases among fruit and fruit trees, and for the 
prevention, treatment, cure, and extirpation of 
fruit pests and of diseases of fruit and fruit trees; 
amended Nov. 20, 1801. 1801. 13 pp. 

no. 61. Crops and fertilizers, with reference to Cal. soli 
and practice ; a lecture by E. W. Ullgard. 1892. 
16 pp. 

no. 62. Regulations to prevent the Introduction of In- 
iurious insect pests and contagions diseases among 
fruit and fruit trees. 1892. 7 pp. 

no. 63. Fig drying and curing. Uepr. from rept. of state 
bd. of hortic. for ISSO. 1S93. 7 pp. 

no. 64. Ann address del'd by Hon. Ellwood Cooper, pres. 
of state bd. of horticulture, before I6th State Fruit 
Growers* Convention, held at San Jose, Nov. 1892. 
1803. 14 pp. 

no. 65. Fruit markets and transportation. Report to the 
State Fruit Growers' Convention, Ijos Angeles 
Nov. 21-24, 1.S03. 20 pp. 

no. 66. Resolutions and repts. adopted by the Fruit 
(irowers' Convention, Los Angeles, Nov. 21-24, 
1893. 14 pp. 



• No. 50 was supplied by Cal. State Library ; no. 51 
was taken from p. 1.8 ann. rept. bd. hortlc. 1889. 
It Is prolinble that both tilies refer to the same 
bulletin, leaving one number blank. It Is possible 
that the unnumbered bulletins on "The Olive In 
Cal., " Issued In 1889, was Intended to make up one 
of these numbers. 



42 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Horticultural Commissions and Boards — cont'd 

STATE BOARD — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

BULLETINS — cont'd 

Checklist — cont'd 

no 67. Horticultural quarantine guardians, a revised list. 

1894. 20 pp. 
no C7. Insect pests and remedies. Synopsis from rept. 
of Alet. Craw, quarantine officer and entomologist, 
for 1893. With latest approved formulas appended. 
1894. 25 pp.. Iv pis. 
This should be numbered no. 68. 
no G9. Transaction of State Bd. of Horticulture and 
repts. of officers, April 16-17, 1895. 1895. 13 pp. 
no 70. Protecting orchards agst. frost — How to prevent 
Injury from frost, etc. ; by W. H. Hammon. 1896. 
28 pp. 
no 71. Insect pests and remedies. Latest approved 
formulas. 1900. 32 pp. 

non-serial 

1886. Comments on hortic. bd. library and cost of 
same. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 436.) 

1887. Efforts to secure additional help for state bd. of 
hortic. from legisl. futile. (Same 1885/6: 479-480.) 

1890-1900. Rept. of exec, committee on examination of 
books and accts. of treasurer of property under con- 
trol of bd.. and amt. of work done. (A.R. same 
1890 (pp. 18-20)— bienn. rept. same 1899/00.) 
1892. Library catalogue, state bd. of hortic; by B. L. 
Lelong, secy. 74 pp. (Hortic. bd.) 
Not seen ; entry from Bowlier. 
1901. Hortic. officers of Cal.; corrected to Nov. 1 
14 pp. (Same.) 

Not seen ; entry from Bowkcr. 
Expenditures fob; see above, Expenditubes 

LOCAL BOARDS 

serial 
County Boards 
Authorized under Act of March 14, 1883. Appointed 
by CO. supervisors. 
1889-1903/4. Repts. of co. hortic. comns. (later called 
CO. bds.). 

In Documents as follows : 

1889 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1889:477-501. 
Alameda, Colusa. Humboldt, Kern. Los Angeles. Men- 
docino, Nevada. Sta. Barbara, San Bernardino, San 
Benito, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Sutter and Yen 
tura CO. boards reporting. 

1890 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1890:475-495. 

Los Angeles. Mendocino, Nevada. Orange. Snn Bernar- 
dino. San .Toaquin. Sta. Barbara. Sonoma, Sutter, 
Tulare, and Yuba co. bds. reporting. 

1891-1892 no returns. 

1893/4 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4 : 355-384. 

Alameda, Butte, Humboldt, Kern. Lake, Ix)s An;;eles, 
Mendocino, Monterey, Nevada. Orange, I'lacer, 
Riverside, San Benilo, San Bernardino, San Diego, 
Sta. Barbara. Sta. Clara, Tehama. Tulare, Ventura, 
Yolo, and Yuba co. bds. reporting. 

1895/6 Id Bienn. rent. bd. hortic. lS95/«: 137-161. 

Fresno, Los Angeles. Merced. Orange, Placer, lilversUle, 
Sacramento. San Bernardino, San Dligo, San 
Joiiquln, Sta. Barbara. Sta. Clara, Stanislaus, 
Tehama. Ventura, and Y'uba co. bds. reporting. 

1897-1898 none published. 

1899/00 in Binnn. rept. bd. horllc. 1899/00 : 2n9-2.''.4. 
Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Humboldt, Kings, 
Lassen, Ix)s Angeles, Madera, Orange. Placer. Itlver- 
Hlde, Sacramento, San Bernardino, Sta. Barbara. 
Bta. Clara, Sta. Cruz, San Diego. Stanislaus, Te- 
hama, Tulare, Ventura, Yolo, and Yuba co. bds. 
reporting. 

1901/2 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1001/2 : 213-239. 

Alameda, Contra Costa, Kresno, Humboldt, Ijissen, 
Madern, ^Ionterey, Orange, I'lacer, Riverside, Sacra- 
mnnto. San Bernardino. San Diego, Sta. liarliara, 
Sta. Clara, Sfii. Cruz, Stanislaus, Shasta, Teliiima, 
Tulare, Ventura. 

1903/4 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1003/4:153156. 

Alameda. Kreiino. Ilninlioldt. Lassi'n, Los Angeli's, Men- 
docino. Monteriy, Orange, Placer, ItlverBliie, Sacra- 
mento, Han Bernardino, San IHego, Sta. Barbara, 
Hta. Clara, HIn. Cruz, Shasta, Stanislaus, Tehama, 
Tulare, Ventura, and Yuba co. bds. reporting. 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Horticultural Commissions and Boards — cont'd 
LOCAL BOARDS— cont'd 
serial — cont'd 
District Commissioners 
Under Act of March 13. 1881. 

1 DISTRICT 
Sonoma District 

Sonoma. Marin. Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte, 
Trinity, and Siskiyou. 
1891. Ann. rept. of comrs. 

In Documents as follows : 

1891 in Ann. rept bd. hortic. 1891 : 40-45. White. 
None other found. 

2 DISTRICT 
Napa District 

Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa cos. 
1885/6-1886/8. Ann. rept. of comrs. 
In Documents as follows : 

1885/6 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. comrs. 1885/6 : 

17-20. Boggs. 
1886/8 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. comrs. 1886/8 : 
269-270. Boggs. 

3 DISTRICT 
San Francisco District 

City and co. of S. F., San Mateo, Alameda. Sta. Clara, 
Sta. Cruz, Snn Benito. Monterey. Los Angeles, 
Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, San 
Bernardino, and San Diego cos. 
1881-1891. Ann. rept. of comrs. 

In Documents as follows : 

1881 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1881 : 65-88. Chapln. 

1882-1890 no returns. 

1891 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1891 : 38-39. Block. 

4 DISTRICT 
Los Angeles District 

Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, 
San Bernardino, and San Diego cos. 
1881. Ann. rept. of comrs. 

In Documents as follows : 

1881 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1881 : 90. White. 

5 DISTRICT 
Sacramento District 

Sacramento, Y'olo, Sutter, Colusa, Butte, Tehama, and 
Shasta cos. 
1891. Ann. rept. of comrs. 

In Documents as follows : 

1891 In Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1891 : 45-51. Runyon. 

6 DISTRICT 
San Joaquin District 

San .Toaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, and 
Kern cos. 
1886/8-1893/4. Ann. rept. of comrs. 
In Documents as follows: 

188G/8 in Blenu. rept. bd. hortic. 1886/8 : 271-272. 

Robinson. 
1SS9-1,S90 no returns. 

1891 in Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1891 : 36-38. Thomas. 
1890-1892 no returns. 

1893/4 In Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4 : 69-76. 
Tliomas. 

7 DISTRICT 
El Dorado District 

El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa, 
I'lacer. Nevada, Yuba, Sierra, Plumas, Lassen, 
Modoc. Al|ilne. Sfono, Inyo cos. 
1881. Ann. roi)t. of comrs. 

In Documents as follows: 

ISSl in Ann. rept. bd. hortic. 1881 : 22-24. Glllett 

None other found. 

non-serial 
1889. Repts. of San Bernardino and Tulare Co. hortic. 
comrs. fi pp. (Bull. 52, bd. liortlc.) 

. Rept. of Sutler Co. bd. of hortic. comra. (Bull. 

G4(?), same.) 

Sn' noiiH niHb'r Bulletins, serial grntip, above. 
1902. What hortic. comns. have done for Cal. (8 
bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 360-365.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



43 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Horticulture 

CBors; see above, that title 
Laws; see below, that title 
Labor; see that title 
Laws 

1880. Legislation re. vltlc. work. (Kept, of vltlc. work 

agrlc. college 1883/5 (pp. 11-12)— same 1885/6.) 
1880-1881. Acts re. vltlc. (1 A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. rev. 
ed. 1880 (pp. 5-8)— 2 same 1881.) 

. Acts to promote vltlc. and hortlc. Industries. 

(1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882: 5-8.) 
1881-1885. Laws re. hortlc. (Blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 
1885/6 (pp. 7-11)— A.R. same 1S90.) 

Not fo\ind In nnn. rept. 1S80. 

1889. Compilation of laws to protect and promote 
hortlc. Interests of state. 28 pp. (Bull. 50(51?), 
bd. hortlc.) 

1889-1896. Hortlc. laws of state; amdmt. to law allow- 
ing less than three members to co. comns. declared 
unconstitutional; courts decision re. same. (5 
blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1895/6: 1-6.) 

1891. Compilation of laws to protect and promote 
agrlc. interests of the state; act as amended. 7 pp. 
(Bull. 59. bd. hortlc.) 

1901. Cal's. hortlc. statutes with court decisions and 
legal opinions relating thereto. 57 pp. (Same.) 
Livestock 

1850. Review by committee on agrlc. of stock and 
grain raising prior to war, and uncertain protec- 
tion of property rights resulting therefrom. 
(Leglsl. jol. 1849/50: 654.) 

1856-1865. Table of statistics of livestock and Improve- 
ments, compiled from official repts. of co. assessors 
and surveyors. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1856 (foldg. 
table)— same 1865.) 

1864. The present anomalous condition of general 
stock raising interest of state requires thorough 
revolution in whole farming system; greater degree 
of skill and scientific knowledge necessary, etc. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1864/5: 33-42.) 

1879. The loco weed suggested as proper subject for 
state aid. (Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1878/9: 71- 
72.) 

1882. Livestock Interests of the Pacific Coast. (Trans, 
state agrlc. socy. 1882: 204-218.) 

1883. In opinion of bd. of agrlc, the only practical 
diversity to farming in great wheat-growing areas 
of Cal. relates to stock raising. (Same 1883: 17-19.) 

1884. Table showing no. of each kind of livestock and 
average value by cos. (Same 1884: 209-210.) 

. The livestock interest of Cal. (Same 1884: 211- 

215.) 
1888. Comment on livestock Interest in state. (Same 

1888: 20-21.) 

1892. Comment on livestock interest of state: attempt 
to provide for formation of bureau of information 
and statistics in livestock being made before Con- 
gress indorsed; permanent establishment of large 
abattoirs in Cal. commended. (Same 1891: 17-19.) 

1893-1894. Table showing no. and value of livestock by 
cos. (.Same 1893 (pp. 154-156)— same 1894.) 

1894. The ravages of the bacillus anthracis in Cal.; by 
C. L. Bard. 11 pp. 

. Same. (13 blenn. rept. bd. health 1892/4: 273- 

281.) 

1895. Comment on cost of producing thoroughbred 
stock; principal thoroughbred stock farms in state. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1895: 26-27.) 

1900/1. Stmt, of Importations of livestock and packing 
house products over Southern Paciflc and Santa Fe 
systems. (Same 1901: 163.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Livestock — cont'd 
1901-1904. Rept. of veterinary science and bacteriology. 
(Rept. agric. exper. stations 1901/3 (pp. 114-118) — 
savie 1903/4.) 

1902. Importance of selection in breeding animals; by 
L. Anderson of Univ. of Cal. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1901: 77-84.) 

1903. Table showing no. and value of different kinds 
of livestock in Cal. (11 blenn. rept. labor statis- 
tics 1902/4: 114.) 

Cattle 

1848-1849. Rapid decrease in no. of cattle In proportion 

to increase in population. (Govs. ann. mess. 1849.) 
1850. Registration of cattle brands and ear-marks at 

CO. seats urged by committee on agrlc. (Leglsl. 

Jol. 1849/50: 655.) 
1854. Stmt, of no. of beef cattle brought Into state 

through various passes, and no. in 15 cos. (Govs. 

ann. mess. 1855: 25.) 
1881. Short-horn breeding in Cal.; by Col. C. Younger. 

(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1881: 214-219.) 
1883. Table showing no. of milch cows, oxen, and other 

cattle In each co. and average price according to 

age. (Same 1883: 202-203.) 
1893. Investigation of cattle foods of Cal. 7 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 100.) 
1898-1904. Animal Industry and dairy husbandry. 

(Rept. agric. exper. station 1898/01 pt. 2 (pp. 308- 

315)— same 1903/4.) 

1899. Letters giving statistics re. herds of dairy cows. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 38-45.) 

. Condition of beef cattle industry In Cal. (Same 

1899: 27-29.) 

1900. The breeding of beef cattle; by Jas. Whlttaker, 
of Gait. (Same 1900: 96-97.) 

. Animal and dairy industries in Cal.; by L. An- 
derson. (Same 1900: 112-124.) 
Diseases; see below. Inspection 
Fence Law; see above, that title 
Goat 

1866. Cashmere goats in Cal. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1864/5: 304-305.) 

1899. Comment on Angora goat industry, in state. 
(Same 1899: 32-33.) 
Hog; see below. Swine 
Horse 

1850. Stock raising discouraged by prevalence of horse 
stealing, as facilitated by ready sales and Increased 
prices offered for horses; with suggestion for en- 
actment of Stray Laws In prevention of same re- 
ported by committee on agrlc. (Legisl. jol. 1849/ 
50: 655.) 

1855-1890. History of the horse life of Cal's. most suc- 
cessful breeder, J. C. Simpson. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1890: 253-278.) 

1864-1901. Tabular stmt, of trials of speed at state 
fair, and premiums awarded to horses. (Same 
1864 (pp. 22-28)— sojne 1901.) 

1880-1891. Comment on Increase In value of horses in 
Cal. since 1880; prices brought by thoroughbreds 
during past yr. (Same 1891 : 25-27.) 

1881-1889. Rept. of races at ann. agrle. fair. (Same 
1881 (pp. 113-127)— .fa7?ie 1889.) 

1883. As outcome of livestock exhibits of socy. fair, 
the demand for Cal.-bred horses and Improved 
cattle is greater than supply; "Norman" and 
" Percheron " and numerous other classes of horses 
now bred to great extent; ledger acct. of races at 
ann. fair. (Same 1882: 9-10.) 

. Table showing no. of horses in each co. and 

average price according to age. (Same 1883: 200.) 

. See also Crops; this date. 



44 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Livestock — cont'd 
HoBSE — cont'd 

1885. Adaptation of Cal. for stock breeding; eastern 
breeders of thorough-bred horses negotiating for 
purchase of farms in state. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1SS5: 14-16.) 

1890. Conditions of State Fair Futurity Stalte to be 
offered by bd. of agric. {Same 1890: 43.) 

. Comment on growth of livestocli interest in 

state; public sales in N. Y. alone of Cal.-bred year- 
lings and 2-yr.-old trotters aggregated over one-half 
million dollars during season; ann. sales arranged 
to be held there. (Same 1890: 18-19.) 

1899. Horses in Cal. (Same 1899: 24-26.) 

1900. State fair speed programme. 55 pp. 16°. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

Inspection 
1865. Legislative action to protect cattle of state from 
cattle plague, called by Germans rinderpest, ad- 
vised. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 65-66.) 
1867. Legislation needed to prevent introduction of 
Texas fever among cattle of state, suggested legis- 
lation re. branding cattle. (Same 1866/7: 10-11.) 

1886. Hog cholera; by R. J. Dawson, V. S., San Fran- 
cisco. (Same 1886: 234-236.) 

1886/8. Rept. on contagious diseases among cattle ex- 
isting in some parts of state; with letter of Dr. 
Herrick suppl. to his rept. on yellow fever, re. 
making inquiry into question of cattle diseases in 
Cal. appended. (10 bienn. rept. bd. health 1886/8: 
71-75.) 

1887. Correspondence with U. S. Dept. of Agric. re. 
suppression of pleuro-pneumonia among cattle; N. 
Y. legislation re. same. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1887: 224-230.) 

1887-1888. Advising passage necessary quarantine re- 
strictions by legisl. on all importations of livestock. 
(iSame 1887 (p. 21)— same 1888.) 

1888. Rept. of inspector of cattle disease in Southern 
Cal. (11 bienn. rept. bd. health 1888/90: 91-98.) 

. Rept. on cattle diseases prevalent in state; by 

Dr. Thos. Bowhill, M. R. C. V. S. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1888: 228-234.) 

189(?). Texas fever; by C. H. Blemer. 11 pp. (State 
veterinarian.) 

Not set-n ; entry from Rowker. 

1891. Recommending passage of stringent laws tor 
suppression of contagious diseases among live- 
stock. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1891: 27-28.) 

1894. Paper on subject of ravages of bacillus anfhracis 
in Cal.; by C. L. Bard. (13 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1892/4: 273-281.) 

1899. Comment on Texas or splenetic fever and its 
control. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 29.) 

. Petition praying for change in laws re. quaran- 
tine agst. diseases among domestic animals. (Sen. 
Jol. 33 sess. p. 519.) 

. Veto of act to provide for inspection of dairies, 

etc., and to prevent sale of milk drawn from dis- 
eased animals, etc. (Same 33 sess. pp. 1053-1054.) 

1901. Sheep scab; Its nature and treatment. 31 pp. 
(State veterinarian.) 

Kcpr. from Bull. '21. V. S. Buronu Animal Industry. 
Not Hoen ; entry from Bowker. 

. Contagious and Infectious diseases In animals In 

Cal.; by Dr. C. H. Blemer. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 112-123.) 
Mules 
1883. Table showing no. of mules In each co. and aver- 
age price according to age. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1883: 201.) 
Quabartike; see above, Inhi-ection 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Livestock — cont'd 
Sheep 
1863. Prize essay on sheep husbandry In Cal. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1863: 134-145.) 
1865. Sheep husbandry and dogs in Cal.; legislation to 

protect this kind of property from such destruction 

advised. (Same 1864/5: 63-65.) 
1874. Sheep raising in Cal.; practical directions for 

breeding and handling sheep in Cal. with reference 

to direct profit; sheep work for each mo. ( Same 

1874: 449-476; 563-569.) 
1883. Table showing no. of sheep in each co., average 

price per head under and over one yr., and no. 

killed by dogs. (Same 1883: 204.) 

1891. Causes for depression in sheep husbandry in 
state; protective legislation recommended agst. 
"scab." (Same 1891: 20-22.) 

1892. Brief sketch of importation of broad-tailed sheep 
of Persia. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1891/2: 202- 
203.) 

State Veterinarian 

See also below, Receipts and Expenditures. 
serial 
1901/2. Rept. of state veterinarian. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1901/2 In App. to jols. 35 sess. v. 2 doc. 17. 
No more issued. 

non-serial 
1902. State veterinarian act became law under consti- 
tutional provision, without govs, approval, Mch. 18, 
1899. (Rept. dairy bureau 1900/2: 53-55.) 
State Veterin.\ry Medical Board 
See also above. Expenditures. 

serial 
Under act of Marcb 23, 1893. 
1893/4-1899/02. Bienn. rept. of state veterinary medi- 
cal bd., l-[4]. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1. 1893/4 In App. to Jols. 31 sess. v. 6 unuum. 
doc. 

2. 1894/6 In App to Jols. 32 sess. v. 6 doc. 

[2]. 

3. 1896/8 In App. to Jols. 33 sess. v. 1 doc. 

[111. 
unnum. 1899/1902 In App. to Jols. S.^ sess. v. 2 doc. 
18. 

non-serial 

1899. Rept. on state veterinary medical bd. (Rept. of 
committee to make examination of state institu- 
tions 1899: 177-178.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

Swine 

1874. Hogs vs. wheat. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1874: 
345-346.) 

1883. Table showing no. of hogs in each co. and aver- 
age price over and under one yr. (Sa»ie 1883: 
205.) 

1893. Hog raising in Cal. (Same 1893: 17-19.) 

1901. The growing of swine; by C. H. Sessions, of Los 

Angeles. (Same 1901: 89-90.) 
Poultry-Raising 

1889. Lack of interest in poultry industry in state — 

over one hundred and fifty carloads of dressed 

poultry Imported into Cal. ann. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 18.S9: 20-22.) 

1899. Comment on poultry business in state. (Same 
1899: 33.) 

1900. Poultry culture; by H. Berrar, of San Jose. 
(Same 1900: 80-84.) 

1901. Poultry culture and Its advantages In Cal.; by 
H. Berrar. (Same 1901: 91-99.) 

. Raising poultry in San .loaquln Valley; by G. 

Andrews. (Same 1901: 100-103.) 
1901. Rept. of committee on the poultry exper. station. 

(AH. agile, expor. Htatlon 1903/4: 89-90.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



45 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Premiums 

See also above. Bounty. 

1858. Repts. of committees of award. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1858: 118-149.) 

1858-1901. List of premiums awarded at state fair. 
(.Same 1858 (pp. 150-165)— .some 1901.) 

1859. Newspaper rept. of the state fair, which reed, 
award for first premium. (><ame 1859: 364-480.) 

1863. SugKestlon for increa.se and no. of i)rcmiuras at 
the ann. fair; that legisi. rtqulre, liy enactment, 
distr. and co. assessors to nialve, under oath, agrlc. 
and other statistical repts. to this dopt. and pro- 
hibit payment of salary until this duty be faith- 
fully performed. (Same 1863: 22-24.) 

. Entry of articles and premiums awarded under 

state bounty law. (Same 1863: 61-63.) 

1865. Circular sent out by bd. of agric. re. premium to 
be offered for best statistical and descriptive rept. 
of CO. assessors. (Same IS64/5: 222-223.) 

1867-1871. Repts. of committees of award. (Same 
1866/7 (pp. 159-175)— sania 1870/1.) 

1878. Table showing amts. appropriated to the various 
distr. and co. socys., amt. drawn, and amt. of pre- 
miums paid by each. (Same 1878: 14.) 

1880-1894. Comparative table showing amt. of cash pre- 
miums of the socy. (Same 1894: 30.) 

1892-1901. Premium list of 39th-47th ann. fair at Sac- 
ramento, 1892-1896, 1899-1901. 16°. 
Not seen : eutr.v from Ht>wkiT. 

Horses 

1864-1901. See above, Livestock. Horses; these dates. 
Seed and Plant Distribution 

serial 

1 series 

A 
1883-1886. Distribution of plants. 1 sheet. 
Checklist 

1883 rnlv. of Cal. Exper. Station, bulls. 2. 5. 

" Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1883/4 : 104-109. 

1884 Univ. of Cal. Exper. Station, bull. 29. 

" Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1883/4 : 104-109. 

1885 I'nlr. of Cal. Exper. Station, bull. 50. 

■• Blenn. rent, asrlc. college 188.'>/6 : 160-162. 

1886 Univ. of Cal. Exper. Station, bull. 62. 

B 

1884-1886. Distribution of seeds. 1 sheet. 

Checklist 

1884 Univ. of Cal. Exper. Station, bull. 22. 

•' Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 188.3/4 : 106107. 

1885 ITnlv. of Cal. Exper. Station, bull. 47. 

" Blenn. rept. agrlc. college 1883/4 : 158-160. 

1886 1883/4 : bull. 61. 

2 series 

1887-1897. Distribution of plants and seeds. 

Checklist 
1887 Univ. of Cal. Exper. Station, bulls. 68. 76. 2 sheets. 

1888 ' '• " bull. 81. 3 pp. 

1889 " bull. 84. 4 pp. 

1890 bull. 89. 4 pp. 

1891 ' " •' bull. 95. 4 pp. 

1892 bull. 98. 4 pp. 

1893 ' bull. 103. 4 pp. 

1894 " " " " " bull. 106. 8 pp. 

1805 bull. 109. 16 pp. 

1896 " bull. 112. 8 pp. 

1897 " " ' bull. 118. 8 pp. 

3 series 
A 
1899-1902. Distribution of seeds and plants; unnum. 
circulars. 

None seen : title taken from Kept, agrlc. exper. station 
1898/01 : 16. 

B 

1899-1900. Exchange seed-list. 
No. 5. 1900. only no. seen. 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Seed and Plant Distribution — cont'd 
non-serial 
1890-1904. Repts. from misc. plants sent out from cen- 
tral station. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890 (pp. 
221-236)- .same 1901/3.) 
Not found In 1891/2. 
1897-1904. Plants sent for identification and opinion 
as to their economic value. (Same 1897/8 (pp. 256- 
2G1)— same 1903/4.) 
Expenditures for; see above. Expenditubes 
Soils 

1876/7. Analyses of soils on Univ. grounds. (Blenn. 

rept. agric. college 1876/7: 36-43.) 
1876/7-1902/3. Analyses of soils. (Same 1876/7 (pp. 

31-49) — Agric. exper. station same 1901/3.) 
1877. Concerning industrial survey, transmission of 
soil specimens, etc.; by E. W. Hilgard. Apr., 1877. 
5 (1) pp. (Bull. 20. Univ. of Cal.) 

1879. List of Cal. soils in collection of agric. dept., 
Univ. of Cal.. arranged by cos. (Blenn. rept. agric. 
college 1878/9: 39-46.) 

1880. Mechanical analysis of soil no. 168 from Ventura 
Co. re. capacity for raising moisture from great 
depths. (A.R. same 1880: 34.) 

1881/2. Physical soil examinations; tilling qualities, 
how determined; moisture absorption; abstr. of 
Mr. L. Fisher's thesis on subject. (Bienn. rept. 
savie 1881/2: 51-54.) 

. Table giving mechanical analyses of Cal. soils 

and subsoils. (Same 1881/2: foldg. table.) 

1881/2-1894/5. Investigation and analyses of soils in 
following regions: Sacramento and San Joaquin 
valleys, foothills of the Sierra, southern or Los 
Angeles region, coast region north and south of 
San Pablo Bay. (Same 1881/2 (pp. 19-51)— A.R. 
same 1894/5.) 

1881/2-1902/3. General table giving analyses of Cal. 
soils and subsoils arranged by soil regions. (Same 
1881/2 (foldg. table) — Agric. exper. station same 
1901/3.) 

Not found In ann. rept. 1894/5. 

1884. Results of examinations by agric. dept. of Univ. 
of soils from Northern Coast Range region, and 
various upland soils; also of tule. marsh, and alkali 
lands, and soils of Southern Cal. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1884: 183-199.) 

. Examination of various upland soils. 1 sheet 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 30.) 
. Examination of tule, marsh, and alkali soils; by 

Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 28.) 
. Examination of soils from Northern Coast 

Range region; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same. bull. 

27.) 
. Examination of grape-growing soils; by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Same, bull. 24.) 
. Examination of Alameda Co. vineyard soils. 1 

sheet. (Same, bull. 25.) 
• -. Examination of soils from Southern Cal.; by Hil- 
gard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 15.) 
. Examination of soils; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. 

(Same, bull. 10.) 
. Concerning industrial survey, transmission of 

soil specimens, etc.; by E. W. Hilgard. rev. Jan., 

1884. 7 pp. 

Itevlslon of Bull. 26. T'nlv. of Cal. see above, 1877. 

1885. Examination of soils and subsoils; by Hilgard. 
1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 36.) 

. Examination of soils and waters; by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Same, bull. 33.) 

. Examination of soils from Bay region; by Hil- 
gard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 49.) 



46 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICtTLTURE— cont'd 

Soils— cont'd 

1889. Table giving analyses of soils of Foothill Exper. 
Station. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1888/9: 
81.) 

. Table giving analyses of soils of southern foot- 
hills in Tuolumne, Mariposa, and Merced cos. 
(Same. 1888/9: 77.) 

. Analyses of soils of sec. along Central Pacific 

R.R., In Placer Co. {Same, 1888/9: 74.) 

. Analyses of soils of gravel plains and " Bedrock 

Lands " in Foothill Region, by cos. (Same 1888/9: 
61.) 

. General feature of Foothill Region; occurrence 

of several soils; descriptions and analyses of soils 
of sections across foothills and of station tract. 
(Same 1888/9: 54-85.) 

. Soil investigation; its methods and results. 

(Same 151-172.) 

. Table giving location, depth, characteristic vege- 
tation, and analyses of soils in regions represented 
by the several exper. stations. {Same 1889 facing 
p. 148.) 

1891/2. Mechanical analyses of soils. (A.R. agric. 
exper. stations 1891/2: 41-48.) 

. Determination of organic nitrogen in soils. 

(Same 1891/2: 48-49.) 

1892. The methods of physical and chemical soil analy- 
ses. (Same 1891/2: 241-257.) 

1892/4. Investigations in soil physics; mechanical 
composition of soils re. moisture and water move- 
ments; influence of soil composition upon hygro- 
scopic moisture; capacity of soils for holding 
water; capillary rise of water in soils. (Bienn. 
rept. agric. exper. stations 1892/4: 70-100.) 

. Table giving mechanical analyses of Cal. soils 

and subsoils by character, regions, locality, and co. 
foldg. table. (Sa7?!e 1892/4.) 

1893. Fruits and soils of the arid region. (4 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 303-312.) 

1894. On the digestion of soils for analyses; compari- 
son of hydrochloric and oxalic acid in soil extrac- 
tion. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 1892/4: 
61-65.) 

. Analysis of two Ky. blue-grass soils. (A.R. 

same 1892/4: 65-66.) 

. On nitrogen contents of soil humus in arid and 

humid regions. (Bienn. rept. same 1892/4: 66-70.) 

. Table giving average composition of soils in 

humid and arid regions of U. S. by states. (Same 
1892/4: 119.) 

. Relations of soils to climate; the processes of 

soil formation; Influence of climatic conditions 
upon physical character; comparison of soils from 
arid and humid regions of U. S. ; alkali lands of 
arid regions. (Same 1892/4: 100-139.) 

1894/5. Examination and analyses of IloUister Valley 
and Perris Valley soils; also waters of Perrls Val- 
ley. (A.R. sa7ne 1894/5: 13-23.) 

1895. Table giving amt. of soil Ingredients withdrawn 
by various crops — grapes, oranges, wheat, cotton, 
etc. (Same 1894/5: 124-125.) 

. Supply of BoU nitrogen; by E. W. Hllgard. 

(Same 1895: 32-35.) 

. Late progress In soil examination; tables giving 

soil analyses of Cal. and Hawaiian Islands soils; 
by K. W. Hllgard. (Same 1894/5: 23-32.) 

. Investigation of mati))re noire, or humus; by M. 

E. Jaffa. (Same 1894/5: 35-36.) 

1897/8. Analyses and discussion of soils of East High- 
lands, San Bernardino Co. (Same 1897/8: 36-40.) 

•^^. Same; of Sla. Maria ami Slsfjuoc Valleys and 
NIpomo Mesa. (Same 1897/8: 33-36.) 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Soils — cont'd 

1898. Conservation of soil moisture and economy In 
use of irrigating water; by Hllgard and Lough- 
ridge. 12 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 121.) 
. Moisture in Cal. soils during dry season; record 
of moisture determinations in uncultivated lands, 
In grain lands, in saltbush, hairy vetch, sugar- 
beets, etc., in vineyard lauds, in orchard soils; gen- 
eral summary of results. (A.R. agric. exper. sta- 
tions 1897/8: 65-96.) 

1898-1901. Mechanical and chemical analyses of soils: 
volcanic ash soil from near Placerville, soils o| Pot- 
ter Valley, valley and mesa lands of San Gorgonio 
Pass. (Repts. same 1898/01 pt. 2: 172-184.) 

1901. A laboratory study of the percolation of water 
through soils; bv A. V. Stubenrauch. (Same 
1898/01 pt. 2: 153-172.) 

. Investigation of soil sediments, as formed under 

arid conditions, re. their plant-food value; by L. M. 
Tolman. (Same 1898/01 pt. 1: 33-42.) 

1901-1903. Chemical and mechanical examination and 
analyses of soils: northeastern lava-bed region, 
coast range region, Southern Cal. (Same 1901/3: 
23-31.) 

. Table giving mechanical composition of Cal. 

soils by name, locality, and co. (Same 1901/3: 'SS.) 

1903. Methods of physical and chemical soil analysis; 
E. W. Hilgard. 23 pp. (Circular 6, agric. exper. 
station.) 

1903/4. Summary of work of division of soils. (A.R. 
agric. exper. stations 1903/4: 28-34.) 
Alkali 

1871. Alkali soils; practical mode of neutralizing or 
extracting alkali from soil. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1870/1: 442-443; 475-477.) 

1876/7-1880. Analyses of alkali soils. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. college 1870/7 (p. 43)— A.R. same 1880.) 

1877-1903. Publications on alkali lands and their re- 
clamation by Cal. Exper. Station and by E. W. Hll- 
gard, with pagings when found In repts. (Rept. 
agric. exper. stations 1901/3: 38-39.) 

1880. Alkali soils and irrigation waters of San Joa- 
quin Valley. (A.R. agric. college 1880: 12-22.) 

[1889.] Rise of alkali in San Joaquin Valley; by Hll- 
gard. 4 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 83.) 

. Same. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. station 1888/9: 

138-148.) 

1890. Alkali; its nature, causes, and repression. (A.R. 
same 1890: 87-96.) 

1890-1903. Analyses of alkali soils. (Same 1890 (pp. 
96-99)— some 1901/3.) 

1891/2. Alkali; reclamation test with gypsum at 
exper. station near Tulare. (Same 1891/2 (pp. 80- 
90)— sflHie bienn. rept. 1892/4.) 

1892/4. Table showing composition of alkali in differ- 
ent states. (Bienn. roiit. same 1892/4.) 

. Alkali and alkali soils; aint. and kind of soluble 

salts present in different portions of an alkali spot, 
from the center to circumference. (<Same 1892/4: 
140-145.) 

1895. Distribution of salts In alkali soils; by Hllgard 
and Loiighbrldge. 14 pp. (Agric. exper. station, 
bull. 108.) 

. The distribution of salts in alkali soils; effects 

of rainfall, irrigation, and ;ii)pliralion of gypsum, 
with analysts under the different conditions; Aus- 
tralian salt-bush on alkali soil; l)hi(k and white 
alkali, etc. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1S94/5: 37- 
69.) 

1895-1897. Tables giving results of analyses of alkali 
soils In plots of 10-arro tract, Southern Cal. exper. 
station not li(>rolofore analy/.ed with average com- 
Iiosltlon of alkali salts In entire tract. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1895/7: 47-48.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFOItNIA 



47 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Soils — cont'd 
Alkali — cont'd 

1895/6. Alkali soils of Tulare Exper. Station; tables 
giving leachlngs of soil where grapevines lived, 
where they barely lived, and where they died. 
(Same 1895/7: 41-46.) 

1897. Tables showing tolerance of various crops for 
alkali, with comments— grasses, legumes, beets, 
etc. (Same 1895/7: 48-51.) 

. Causes of so-called failure of prypsum In correct- 
ing evil of alkali soils. (Same 1895/7: 38-41.) 

1898-1901. Investigation and analyses of alkali soils 
from Elsinore Valley, Tulare substation, and from 
Southern Cal. station to show effect of drouth on 
rise of alkali salts. (Kept, saine 1898/01 pt. 2: 190- 
194.) 

1901. Tolerance of alkali by various cultures; by 
Loughrldge. 43 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 
133.) 

1902. Cultural treatment of arid and alkali soils; by 
E. W. Hilgard. (8 blenn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 
415-422.) 

Fertilization 

1884. Examination of fertilizing materials and soils. 
1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 8.) 

1890. Chemical fertilization; fertilizing and fertil- 
izers; how to compound formulas; commercial fer- 
tilizer of modern origin. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1890: 
290-304.) 

. Composition of ramie plant; fertilizing value of 

greasewood. 8 ppp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 
94.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 141-143; 

181-190.) 

. Use of fertilizers In Cal. 4 pp. (Agric. exper. 

station, bull. 88.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 134-140.) 

1892. Crops and fertilizers, with reference to Cal. soil 
and practice; by E. W. Hilgard. 16 pp. (Bull. 61. 
bd. hortic.) 

1893. Fertilization in relation to Irrigation. (4 blenn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 315-318.) 

1894. Crops and fertilizers, with reference to Cal. soils 
and practice; table giving amt. of soil ingredients 
withdrawn by various crops; how to prevent ex- 
haustion of soil. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. sta- 
tions 1892/4: 200-213.) 

1895. Improvement and fertilization of land; natur- 
ally faulty lands, and their correction; crops for 
green-manuring; the fertilization of land; by E. W 
Hilgard. (A.R. same 1894/5: 114-135.) 

1899. On fertilizing grain lands in state. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1899: 7-8.) 
Viniculture; see Industries, etc. Liquor 
Viticultural Board 

serial 
A 
1883/4-1887/93. Rept. of the vitic. work [of the Col- 
lege of Agric. Exper. Station]. Sacramento, 1886- 
1896. 

Checklist 
y 1883/4 and 1884/5. Univ. of Cal. College of agric. Rept 
' of viticultural work during the seasons of 1883/4 

and 1884/5, being app. Iv to the rept. for 1884. With 
notes regarding the vintage of 1885-1886. By E. W. 
Hilgard. 188(5. 210 pp. 
f 1886/6. Same, during the seasons 1885 and 1886. Being 
app. vl to the rept for 1886. By E. W. Ullgard. 
1886. 188 pp. 
1887/0. Same, during the seasons 1887-1889, with data 
regarding the vintage of 1890. Part 1. Kedwine 
grapes. Trepared under the direction of E. W. Hil- 
gard by U I'aparelll. Being a part of the rept of 
tbe regents of the Univ. 1892. 345 pp. 



V 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Viticultural Board — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

A — cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
1887/93. Same, during the seasons 1887-1893, with data 
regiirdliig the vintages of 1894-1895. Being a part 
of thi- iipt. of the regents of the Univ. 1806. vli 
(1), 4m pp. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
1883/4-1887/9 omitted. 
1887/93 In App. to Jols. 32 sess. v. 4 [doc. 4]. 

B 

Under Acts of April 15, 1880 and March 4, 1881. 
1880-1893/4. Ann. rept. of bd. of state vltlc. comrs., 
l[-5]. San Francisco, Sacramento, 1881-1894. 

Checklist 
1. 1880 ed. 1, San Trnnclsco, 1881. 91 pp. foidg. sheets. 

1. 1880 ed. 2, rev. Sacr., 1881. 192 pp., foidg. sheets. 

2. [1881/2J Sncr., 1882. 70 pp. 

3. 1882/4. 

"The third ann. rept. of the comn. is contained In the 
second nun. rept. of the Chief ICxecutlve Viti- 
cultural OHlcer and covers the years 18S2, 1883 
and 1S84." (Ann. rept. vltlc. comrs. 1887:11.) 
As worded, this statement is misleading. Tiiere 
Is no division of the Viticultural Officer's rept. 
referred to speclUcally occupied with the rept. of 
the viticultural comn. What It was intended to 
say was probably, that the rept. of the Viticultural 
/ OtBcer would be submitted also as the comn's. rept. 

y unnum. 1887. Sacr., 1888. 144 pp. 
j^-' " 1889/00. Sacr., 1890. 290 (1) pp. ilius. 

" 1891/2. Sacr., 1802. 279 pp. with app. A-E. 

~. . App. A. Brandy distillation. 1802. 125 

pp. 

. App. B-E are part of body of rept. 

" 1893/4. Sacr., 1894. 208 pp. with app. A-K. 

. App. A. Grape syrup. 1893. 15 pp. flg. 

. App. B. By Charles A. Wetmore. 92 pp. 

tables. 

pt 1. Treatise concerning principles 

governing production of distinct 

types of wines in Europe and In 

Cai. 

pt. 2. Cai. wines at World's Columbian 

Exposition. 
pt. 3. Questions pertaining to tariff 

and Internal revenue. 
pt. 4. Analyses of Cal. wines. 

. C-F are part of body of rept. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1. 1880 In App. to jols. 24 sess. v. 2. 

2. [1881/2] •• -^ •• •• 25 " v. 4. 
" 28 " V. 5. 
•' 29 " V. 6. 

1891/2 ' 30 " V. 5. 

1803/4 " ' 31 •' V. 5. 

Comn. discontinued. By iegisl. act of 1805 property 
and duties of bd. were transferred to Univ. of Cal. 

C 

1881-1887. Ann. rept. of chief vitic. officer to bd. of 
state vitic. comrs., 1-2 et seq. Sacramento, 1882- 
1884. 

Checklist 
1. 1881. 1882. 174 pp., folded sheets. 
»/2. 1882/3-1883/4. 1884. 184 pp., folded sheets. 

Chalntre system of pruning 
and conducting the vine. 
1883. 07 pp. 
rractlcnl manual of pruning 
as practiced near Bordeaux. 
1885. 61 pp. 
Different methods of grafting 
the vine. 1883. 62 pp. 
App. 4-5. See note under rept. for 1888. 
In ann. rept. bd. state viticultural comrs. 

; 78-120. 

Oldlum (tuckerl) and the use 

of sulphur, pp. 00-96. 
The pure wine bill. pp. 97- 

102. 
Bleaching seedless Sultana 

raisins, pp. 103-108. 
How to avoid and correct im- 
perfect fermentation. pp. 
107-112. 
Viticulture in the south of 

Erance. pp. 113-118. 
Kesearches on the electrifica- 
tion of wine. pp. 110-120. 



unnum. 1887 

18,S0/00 



App. 1. 



App. 2. 



App. 3. 



annum. 1887. 


In ann. 

1887 

App. 1. 




App. 2. 




App. 3. 




App. 4. 




App. 5. 




App. 6. 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 

Viticultural Board— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

C — cont'd 
Checklist — cont'd 
unnum. 18SS. No rept. per se issued. 

. App. 4. Grafting to muscats. ISSS. 13 

pp. 

i . App. 5. Wines, their care and treatment 

in ceiiar and store, together 
with a short treatise on vini- 
flcation. 1889. 148 pp. 
In opinion of compiler above app. 4 and 5 are belated 
parts of 2d rept. and the wording of the t. p. 
" Ann. rept. for yr. 1888 " a mis-nomer. 
In Collected docs, a.s follows : 

1. 1881 omitted. 

2. 1882/3-1883/4 in App. to Jols. 26 sess. v. 5 

unnum. doc. 
TCith appendices 1-3. 
1889 In Ann. rept. Title comrs. 1889 ; 31-36. 

1891/2 1891/2 : 18-27. 

1892/3 ' " " 1892/3 : 22-27. 

ELDORADO DISTRICT 
EI Dorado. Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa, 
Placer, Nevada. Yuba, Sierra, Plumas, Lassen, 
Modoc, Alpine, Mono and Inyo. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of distr. comr. 
In Documents as follows : 
1880 In Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1881 : 29-30. Blanchard. 
1881-1888 no repts. made. 

1889 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1889 : 54-56. Blanchard. 
1890-1893 no repts. made. 
1894 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1893/4 : 33. Towie. 

LOS ANGELES DISTRICT 
Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, 
and San Luis Obispo cos. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of distr. comr. 
In Documents as follows: 

1880 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1881 : 40-43. Rose. 

1881 •' " ^' " " 1882 : 61-62. Rose. 
1882-1886 no repts. made. 

1887 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1887 ; 57-59. Rose. 
1888-1890 no repts. made. 

1891/2 In Ann. repts. vltic. comrs. 1893/4 : 51-54. 
BIschowskv. 

1893 In Ann. repts. vltic. comrs. 1893/4 : 45-50. 
BIschowskv. 

1894 In Ann. repts. vitic. comrs. 1893/4 : 31-33. 
Bischowsi;y. 

NAPA DISTRICT 
Napa, Solano and Contra Costa cos. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of distr. comr. 
In Documents as follows ; 
1880 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1881 : 73-74. Krug. 

1881 1882:43-45. Krug. 

1882-1886 no repts. made. 

1887 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1887 : 43-50. Krug. 

1SN8 no rept. made. 

1889 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1889:48-50. Briber. 

1890 no rept. made. 

1891/2 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1891/2 : 55-60. Priber. 

189."! no ript. made. 

1894 In Ann. rr-pt. vltic. comrs. 1893/4:28-30. Crabb. 

SACRAMENTO DISTRICT 
Sacramento, Yolo, Sutter, Colusa, Butte, Tehama and 
Shasta cos. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of the distr. comr. 
In Docuitients ns follows : 

1880 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1881 : 31-33. Blowers. 

1881 " " ' 1882 : 52-53. Blowers. 

1882-1893 no repts. made. 

1894 In Ann. rept. vltic. comrs. 1894 : 34. Stephens. 

SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT 
City and co. of San Friinclsco. Snn Mateo, Alnnicda. 
Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Itenllo and Monterey 
cos. 
1880-1893. Ann. rept. of tlie distr, comr. 

In Docunients as follows : 
18H0 In Ann. re|)t. vlllc. comra. 1881 : 21-23. 

MaraKZthy. 
1881 In Ann. rept, villc. comrn. 1882:46-51. 

IlnrBHZthy. 
1882- 1888 no repts. made. 

1889 In Ann. rept. vlllc. comrs. 1889 : 51-53. Buiidschu. 
189(1 1S92 no repta. made. 
IkOS In Ann. rept. vltic comra. 1808/4:86-40. Bundschu. 



De Turk. 
De Turk. 
De Turk. 



rept. vitic. 



comrs. 
comrs. 



1893/4 : 40-44. 



De 
De 



AGRICULTURE— cont'd 
Viticultural Board — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
SAN JOAQUIN DISTRICT 

San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Fresno, Tulare and 
Kern. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of the distr. comr. 
In Documents as follows : 

1880 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1881 : 24-28. West. 

1881 ' 1882 : 54-60. West 

1882-1886 no repts. made. 

1887 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1887 : 54-56. West 

1888-1890 no repts. made. 

1891/2 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1891/2 : 44-54. West. 

1893 no repts. made. 

1894 In Ann. rept vltic. comrs. 1894 : 30-31. West 

SONOMA DISTRICT 
Sonoma, Marin, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, Dei Norte, 
Trinity and Siskiyou cos. 
1880-1894. Ann. rept. of the distr. comr. 
In Documents as follows : 
1880 in Ann rept vitic. comrs. 1881 : 19-20. 
1881-1886 no repts. made. 

1887 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1887 : 51-53. 

1888 no rept. made. 

1S89 in Ann. rept vitic. comrs. 1889 : 44-47. 
1890 no rept. made. 
1891/2 in Ann. rept. vitic. comrs. 1891/2 : 42-44. De 

Turk. 
1893 In Ann. 

Turk. 
1S94 in Ann. rept vitic. comrs. 1893/4 : 34-35. 

Turk. 
EXPENDITUKES FOB; 566 above, EXPEXDITL'RES 

Viticulture 

BiBLioGBAPHv; 866 above, that title 

Conventions; see above, that title 

Crop; see above, Chops. Grape 

Exhibits; see Industries, etc. Liquor 

No distinction Is made by Cai. In her repts. between 
her viticultural and vinicultural interests. Both 
are comprised within tlie rei)ts. of the vitic. comrs. 
Wherever possible the distinction has been made 
in this Iniipx. but it Is luivisable that persons 
Interested in either the culture of the grape In 
Cai. or in the wine industry of Cai., should use 
l)Oth groups of material. 

ALAMEDA 
Climate; see that title 
Water Supply; see that title 

ALAMEDA COUNTY (1853) 

Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 

Assessors; see Taxation; State 

Clay in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Coal Mining 

1S92/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Coal; 
these dates. 

Horticultural Board; see Agriculture Horticultural Com- 
mission 

Iron Mining 

1892/4-1894/G. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 

Manganese Mining 

1892/4-1 89 1/C. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Man- 
ganese; these dates. 

Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 

Minerals; see Natural Resources 

Mines 
1889/90-1890/2. See Industries. Minos; these dates. 

Mining and Irrigating Canals 
1894/(!. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dales. 

Petroleum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Quicksilver in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Salt in; sec Natural Resources. Mineral 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



49 



ALAMEDA COUNTY (1853)— cont'd 
San Antonio Creek 

Navkiation; see River Conskrvancy 
Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Surveyor; sec Land 
Taxes; see Taxation: County 

ALCOHOLISM; see PUBLIC HEALTH 

ALFALFA 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

ALIENS 
Education; see that title 
Labor; see that title 
Population; see that title 

ALKALI LANDS; see LAND 

ALKALI SOILS; see AGRICULTURE. SOILS 

ALMOND 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

ALMSHOUSES; see MAINTENANCE 

ALPINE COUNTY (1864) 
Assessors; see Taxation; State 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Gold Production 
1881. See Natural Resources. MlneraL Gold; this 
date. 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Minerals; see Natural Resources 
Silver Mining 
1892/4. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Silver; 
these dates. 

AMADOR COUNTY (1854) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 
1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Clay in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Coal Mines; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Copper Mining 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per; these dates. 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Geology; see Natural Resources 
Gold in 
1881. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; this 

date. 
1888. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
lion in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 

Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mines 
1879/80. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Mines and Mining 
1888/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines; these 
dates. 



AMADOR COUNTY (1854)— cont'd 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 
1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 

Roads; see that title 
Silver Production 
1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral; these 
dates. 

Steatite and Serpentine in; see Natural Resources. Min- 
eral 
Surveyor; see Land 
Trachyte and Tufa in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

AMPHIBOLE 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

ANALYST 
Reports; see Industries, etc. Inspection. Food and Drugs 

ANDERSON 
Climate; see that title 

ANGEL ISLAND 

Chert on; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Geology; see Natural Resources 

ANTIMONY 

Deposits; see Natural Resources 

APHIS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

APPLES 
Crop; see Agricultiure. Crops 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

APPRENTICE SYSTEM; see LABOR 

APRICOT 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Diseases; see Agriculture. Crops. Pests 

ARBOR DAY; see NATURAL RESOURCES. FORESTS 

ARCATA 

Rainfall; see Climate 

ARCHITECTURE 
Schools; see Education. School Houses 

ARID LAND; see LAND 

ARIZONA 

Climate; see that title 

Production 

Pbecious Metals; see Natubal Resources. Mi.nebal. 

PROnUCTION 

ARTESIAN WELLS; see NATURAL RESOURCES 

ASBESTOS 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

ASPARAGUS 

Diseases; see Agriculture. Crops. Pests 

ASPHALTUM 
Deposits; see Natural Resources 

ASSEMBLY 
Expenditures for; see Finance: State. Expenditures 



50 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



ASSESSMENT; see TAXATION: STATE 

ASSESSMENT INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

ATHLETICS; see EDUCATION. PHYSICAL TRAINING 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; see ADMINISTRATION OF JUS- 
TICE: STATE 

AUBURN 

Climate; see that title 

AUCTIONS 

License; see that title 

AWA; see FISH AND GAME 

BALTIMORE 
Fire; see Fires 

BANKRUPTCY 

1895. Petition for speedy passage of bankruptcy bill. 
(Sen. jol. 31 sess. p. 122.) 

BANKS 

serial 
Under Act of March 30, 1878. 

1 series 

1878/9-1883. Rept. of bd. of bank comrs., 1-5. Sacra- 
mento, 1879-1883. 

Checklist 

1878/9 1 ann. rept to gov. June 30, 1870. 1870. 

267 pp. 

1879 Rept to legislature Jan. 1880. 1880. 221 

pp. 

1880 2 ann. rept to gov. June 30, 1880. 1880. 

40 pp., foldg. sheet. 

ISSO Kept to legislature. Jan. 1, 1881. n. t. p. 

197 (1) pp., foldg. sheet. 

1881 4 ann. rept to gov. Jan. 1882. 1882. 206 

pp. 

1882 Uept to gov. June 30, 1882. 1882. 155 

pp. 

1882 5 ann. rept to legislature. Jan. 1883. 1883. 

244 pp. 

1883 Uept to gov. July 1, 1883. 191 pp., 3 11., 

foldg. sheet. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1. 1878/9 In App. to Jols. 23 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 
unnum. 1870 " " " " 23 " v. 6 " " 

2. 1880 " " " " 24 " V. 1 " " 
unnum. 1880 ' 24 " v. 1 

4. 1881 ' " 25 " V. 2 

unnum. 1882 " " " " 25 " v. 5 " 

r>. 1882 ' " 25 " V. 5 

unnum. 1883 " ' 25 " v. 5 " 

Under the act of 1878 the hank comrs. were required 
to make two rcpts. each year, one to the legislature 
during the first week of the session and one to the 
governor at the close of the fiscal year, I. e., June 
30. This provision was unsatisfactory, and Its 
repeal Is frequently recommended In the comrs.' 
repts. The Irregularity In the series Is shown In 
the ahove checklist. liesilnnlng with the sixth rept. 
the series Is Issued regularly as Is shown below. 

2 series 

1883/4-1903/4. Ann. rept. of the bd. of bank comrs. for 
yr. endg. June 30, 6-26. 

In Collected docs, as follows: 

fl. 1883/4 In App. to Jols. 26 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc. 

7. 1884/5 " •' " " 27 " V. 6 

8. 1885/6 27 " v. 

n. 1880/7 28 " v. 3 

10. 1887/8 28 " v. 3 

11. 1N88/9 " 29 " V. 3 

12. 1889/90 29 " v. 7 

13. 1890/1 80 " V. 4 

14. 1891/2 30 " V. 4 

15. 1802/3 ' 81 " V. 8 

10. 1893/4 31 " V. 3 

17. 1804/5 32 " T. 3 doc. 1. 

18. 1895/0 32 " V. 3 " 2. 

19. 1890/7 no rept. printed for this venr. 

20. 1897/8 no repf. printed for this year. 

21. 1898/9 In App. to JoIh. 84 aesH. v. 2 doc. 7. 

22. 1890/00" •' " '• 84 " T. 2 " 8. 



BANKS— cont'd 



serial — cont'd 
2 series — cont'd 



The 23 to 26 rept.s., 1900/-1903/4. are Included In the 
Collected documents of the 37th session. 1907, v. 2. 
In this form they were received by the compiler 
after the California copy had been set up. and too 
late for analyticals to be included in this Index. 

non-serial 

1853. Comments on bankers' licenses. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1852/3: 41-42.) 

1854. Statistics showing large amt. of drafts drawn on 
Cal. banks in favor of families of citizens in east- 
ern states, as indicating wealth sent out of state as 
result of great expense and inconvenience of trans- 
porting families and illustrating need for practi- 
cable overland wagon road. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1855: 28.) 

1855. Enactment necessary to prohibit creation of 
paper money by banking corporations. (Same 
1855: 31.) 

1873. Stmt, showing names and capital stock, and 
money and real estate, etc., of some of the banks 
doing business in state. (Bienn. rept. state con- 
troller 1871/3: 18.) 

1878. Table giving aggregate stmt, of banks and sav- 
ings banks June 30. (1 A.R. bd. bank comrs. 
1878/9: 9.) 

. Same; Dec. 31. (1 same 1878/9: 10.) 

. Stmt, showing changes in aggregate items of 

commercial banks, from June 30 to Dec. 31. (1 
same 1878/9: 12.) 

. Aid tc bank comrs. in enforcing law agst. such 

banks and banking institutions as refused to per- 
mit the exercise of visitorial and inquisitorial pow- 
ers conferred upon bank comrs. (Rept. atty. gen. 
1878/9: 10.) 

. Stmt, showing condition of banks and savings 

banks when examined by bank comrs. (1 A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. 1878/9: 219-258.) 

1878-1880. Comparative stmt, showing aggregate items 
of commercial banks in state in active operation 
since July, 1878. (Same dated Jan. 1, 1881: 10.) 

. Stmt, giving review of banking business for 2 

yrs. (Same dated Jan. 1, 1881: 11-12.) 

1878-1882. Comparative stmts, of commercial banks 
giving aggregate items July, 1878, to Jan., 1882. 
(4 same dated Jan. 1882: 10-11.) 

1878-1887. Comparative stmt, of S. F. branches of for- 
eign banks showing aggregate resources and lia- 
bilities. (Same dated July 1885 (p. 11)— 9 same 
dated Aug. 1, 1887.) 

. Comparative stmt, of commercial banks showing 

aggregate resources and liabilities. (Same dated 
July 1885 (p. 10)— same dated Aug. 1, 1887.) 

1878-1888. Abstr. of repts. of savings, commercial, and 
foreign banks of Cal., showing aggregate resources 
and lialjiliiies for series of yrs. (Same dated 
July 2, 1SS8: 12-13.) 

1878-1900. Somi-ann. repts. of commercial banks. (1 
same 1878/9 (pp. 101-215)— 22 same dated Sept. 12, 
1900.) 

1S79, Stmt, giving aggregate stmt, of banks and sav- 
ings banks, June 30, 1879. (Same dated Jan. 
1880: 5.) 

. Condonsod stmt. re. commcrrial banks of state, 

compiled from stmts. Jan. 1. (1 same 1878/9 foldg. 
table.) 

. Condensed stmt, giving assets and llablltttes of 

banks and savings banks of state, compiled from 
stmlH. Jan. 1. (1 same 1878/9 foldg. table.) 

. Tabic giving n!iin(>H of banks and savings banks, 

with amt. paid by oai'h for lis license in July, 1878, 
and with amt. due depositors Dec. 31, 1877. (1 
same 1878/9: G-8.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



61 



BANKS— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1879. Comparative summary giving aggregate amt. of 
deposits and assessment of banks and savings 
banks. (1 same 1878/9: 8.) 

. Stmt, giving list of banks with impaired capital. 

(1 same 1878/9: 25.) 
. Abstr. of stmts, of commercial banks Jan. 1, 

1879. (1 same 1878/9 foldg. tables.) 
1879-1880. Comparative stmt, showing total aggregate 

items of commercial and savings l)anks In active 
operation since July 1, 1879. (iiame dated Jan. 1, 
1881: 11.) 

1880. Aggregate stmt, of commercial banks on Jan. 1, 

1880. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 38.) 

. Aggregate items of commercial and savings 

banks, Jan. 1, 1880. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 38-39.) 

. Advance stmts, of commercial banks, Jan. 1, 

1880. together with statistical information, so far 
as reed. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 1G5-206.) 

. Stmt, giving aggregate items of active banks and 

BEvings banks, July 1. (Same dated Jan. 1, 18S1: 
4.) 

1880-1896. Seml-ann. tabular stmt, showing financial 
condition of commercial banks of state July 1, as 
reported to bank comrs. (2 same dated June 30, 
1880 (toldg. table)— 18 same dated Sept. 1, 1896.) 

1881. Recommendation for necessity of some remedial 
legislation in matter of banks when " in liquida- 
tion," particularly savings banks which are not on 
"mutual plans." (Same dated Jan. 1, 1881: 17.) 

1881/2. Stmt, showing changes in resources and lia- 
bilities of banks from Jan. 1, 1881, to Jan. 1, 1882: 
5 savings banks of S. F.; commercial banks, S. F.; 
commercial banks in state; 5 savings banks of 
state, with comments on same. (4 same dated 
Jan. 1882: 5-6.) 

1882-1883. Comparative stmt, showing changes made 
In aggregate Items of resources and liabilities 
within past yr. of all incorporated banks of state 
now in active operation. (Same dated July 1883: 7.) 

. Table giving aggregate items of Cal. banks, 

Jan. 1. (4 same dated Jan. 1882 (p. 5) — 5 same 
dated Jan. 1883.) 

. Same; S. F. banks, Jan. 1. (4 same dated Jan. 

1882 (p. 4)— 5 same dated Jan. 1883.) 

1882/3-1890. Stmt, giving list of new banks. (5 same 
dated Jan. 1883 (p. 4)— 12 same dated July 1890.) 

1883. Stmt, of bank comrs. examinations of foreign 
commercial banks of S. F. (5 same dated Jan. 
1883: 221-223.) 

. Same; commercial banks. (5 same dated Jan. 

1883: 179-218.) 

. Bank comrs. examinations of commercial banks, 

from Jan. 1 to July 1, 1883. (Same dated July 
1883: 181-191.) 

. Table showing to what extent each bank has 

liquidated Its liabilities due depositors, since date 
of suspension, and amt. now due depositors, excl. 
of dividends unpaid. (Same dated July 1883: 5.) 

. Opinion of atty. gen. re. banks in liquidation, 

and to dividends being paid banks from uncol- 
lected interest. (Same dated July 1883: 9.) 

. Recommendation for all banks to discontinue 

practice of loaning funds to officers or stockholders, 
upon their own capital stock as collateral security. 
(Same dated July 1883: 8.) 

1883/4. Comparative stmts, of resources and liabili- 
ties of savings and commercial banks, showing 
changes that have occurred during yr. (6 same 
dated July 1884: 12.) 

1883/4-1885. Banks comrs'. examinations of savings 
and commercial banks of Cal. and of banks in liqul- 



BANKS— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
datlon, showing dates when they were examined. 
(G same dated July 1884 (pp. 333-378)— 7 same 
dated July 1, 1885.) 

1884. Recommendation to commercial bank of Cal. 
that at least 30% of amt. duo depositors shall be 
carried in coin on hand at all times. (6 same 
dated July 1884: 10.) 

. Recommendations to amend sees. 287 and 288 of 

civil code, so that pt. Iv, div. 1 of code, shall gov- 
ern all banking corporations alike. (C some dated 
July 1884: 14.) 

- — . Recommendation for payment to commercial 
and savings banks of Cal. of loans by banks to any 
person upon its own shares of capital stock as col- 
lateral security for such loan. (6 sa7ne dated July 
1884: 10.) 

. Comments on reserve fund and suggestion to 

keep certain amt. to credit of " reserve fund,' also 
keep smaller amt. to credit of profit and loss, and 
from latter named acct. pay losses that may occur 
at any time. (6 same dated July 1884: 7-8.) 

. Comments on loans and investments; opinion of 

atty. gen. on same. (6 same dated July 1884: 8-9.) 

. Recommendation for change in bank act so that 

only an ann. examination shall be required. (6 
same dated July 1884: 6.) 

. General provisions relating to banking. (6 same 

dated July 1884: 15.) 

. Laws re. commercial banks; recommendations 

for amdmt. (6 same dated July 1884: 15.) 

1884-1885. Stmt, showing changes that have occurred 
in items of capital and reserve of Cal. Incorporated 
banks within past yr. (6 same dated July 1884 (p. 
4)— 7 same dated July 1, 1885.) 

1884-1900. Semi-ann. repts. of banks in liquidation. 
(6 same dated July 1884 (pp. 1C9-178)— 22 same 
dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1884/5. Comments on liquidating banks, also stmt, 
giving condition of each savings and commercial 
bank in liquidation, July 1, 1885. (7 same dated 
July 1885: 6-7J 

. Recommendation for indorsing payments of both 

principal and interest on notes of borrowers; fill- 
ing out memorandum tags for deposits to general 
accts. and making charges to general accts. by 
memorandum checks, and treating all credits and 
debits of general accts. of bank same as each Indi- 
vidual acct. (7 sayne dated July 1885: 13.) 

. Recommendation for banks who have not adopt- 
ed " daily trial lialance " to do so at once, not only 
for convenience, but for safety. (7 same dated 
July 1885: 13.) 

. Stmt, giving banking capital invested, together 

with amts. due individual depositors within differ- 
ent COS. of state where banks are located. (7 same 
1885: 5.) 

. Recommendation for necessary confirmation by 

cashier or mngr. at close of business each day of 
amt. of cash on hand. (7 same dated July 1885: 
13.) 

1885/6. Table showing banking capital actually In- 
vested, with amts. due individual depositors with- 
in different cos. (8 same dated Aug. 1886: 13-14.) 

. On banks that have changed their charters. (8 

same dated Aug. 1886: 15.) 

. Semi-ann. repts. of S. F. branches of foreign 

banks. (8 same dated Aug. 1886: 369-388.) 

. Comments on manner of examination of banks. 

(8 same dated Aug. 1886: 6-7.) 



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BANKS— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1886/7. Table showing banking capital invested, with 
assets due individual depositors in state incorpo- 
rated banks within different cos., and increase and 
changes and redistribution which have taken place 
from July 1, 1SS6, to July 1, 1887. (9 same dated 
Aug. 1887: 14.) 

. Comments on accrued interest. (9 same dated 

Aug. 1887: 7-8.) 

1887. Stmt, giving deposits and cash on hand in all 
banks of state, July 1. (9 same dated Aug. 1887: 
13.) 

1887-1900. Aggregate of all banks of state, July 1. (10 
sa7ne dated July 2, 1888 (pp. 16-17)— 22 same dated 
Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1887/8. Comments on real estate in commercial banks 
and causes of failure. (10 same dated July 2, 1888: 
9-11.) 

. Comments on investigating committees. (10 

savie dated July 2, 1888: 7-9.) 

1887/8-1900. Comparative stmts, of savings, commer- 
cial, foreign, private banks for July, 1887, Jan. and 
July, 1888, et seq.; with aggregates. (10 same 
dated July 2, 1888 (pp. 14-17)— 22 sayne dated 
Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1889. Comments on national and state banking. (11 
same dated July 1, 1889: 10-15.) 

1890. Suggestion that statute be enacted fixing mini- 
mum amt. of cash capital required before any cor- 
poration, persons, or assn. can engage in banking 
business, amt. to vary with localities. (12 same 
dated July 1, 1890: 5.) 

1890-1900. Stmt, giving list of state and private banks 
returned. (12 same dated July 1, 1890 (p. 7)— 22 
same dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

. Stmt, giving no. of new state banks, savings, 

commercial, national, private. (12 same dated 
July 1, 1890 (p. 7)— 22 same dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1891. Comments on Bankers' Assn. (13 same dated 
July 1, 1891: 5.) 

. Comments on banking legislation and suggestion 

for law requiring certain amt. of paid-up capital. 
(13 same dated July 1, 1891: 3-4.) 

1891-1895. Comparative stmt, of S. F. banks and re- 
capitulation. (14 same dated July 1, 1892 (p. 15) 
— 17 same dated July 1, 1895.) 

1892. Suggestion that law should forbid use of word 
" bank," or any equivalent term, by corporations, 
persons, or associations not having legally required 
cash capital or reserve, or not doing legitimate 
banking business. (14 same dated July 1, 1892: 3.) 

1893. Comments on banking law, and opinions of atty. 
gen. on same. (15 same dated July 1893: 4-6.) 

1893-1894. Banks and banking In Cal.— panic of 1893 
and failures growing out of it; comparative stmt. 
of no. of bank failures throughout U. S. during 
financial panic; deficiency In bank comra'. apprn. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1893/4: 14-21.) 

1893-1896. Stmt, giving total savings, commercial, for- 
eign and private banks. (15 A.R. bank comrs. 
dated July 1893 (p. 14)— 18 same dated Sept. 1, 
1890.) 

1895. Seml-ann. repts. of banks In liquidation (volun- 
tary). (17 same dated July 1895: 544-557.) 

. Same (Involuntary). (17 «o»»ie dated July 1895: 

560-572.) 

. Comments on amended bank act and sug.gestlon 

that law be amended again to prevent practice of 
permitting savings bank to be conducted In same 
room with commercial banks and governed by same 
omcers. (17 name dated July 1895: 2-3.) 

1895/G. Recommendations for amdrat. to law In case of 
Injdolvent banks. (18 same dated Sept. 1, 1896: 13.) 



BANKS— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1S96. Stmt, giving total list of banks closed and In 
liquidation, including those declared insolvent. (18 
same dated Sept. 1, 1896: 3.) 

1897. Recommendation that law limiting and fixing 
amt. of money an officer or director may be per- 
mitted to borrow from his own bank be enacted. 
(19 same dated Sept. 25, 1897: 369.) 

1897-1898. Law placing bank declared insolvent back 
into hands of directors for purpose of winding up 
its affairs during process of liquidation is gross in- 
jury to creditors and depositors of such institu- 
tions; recommendation that receiver be apptd. by 
court and be responsible to court; his compensa- 
tion be fixed by bd. of bank comrs. (19 same 
dated Sept. 25, 1897 (p. 369)— 20 same dated Sept. 
30, 1898.) 

1898/00-1902. Stmt, showing deposits with state treas- 
urer authorized by state bd. of bank comrs. (A.R. 
state treasurer 1898/00 (p. 70) — bienn. rept. same 
1900/2.) 
Bank Commissioners 

1879. Opinion of atty. gen. on " act creating bd. of 
bank comrs. and prescribing their duties and pow- 
ers." (1 A.R. bd. bank comrs. 1878/9: 5-6.) 

. Recommendation for amdmt. of bank comrs'. 

act: to require one examination a yr. instead of 
every 6 mos. ; to make assessments for licenses on 
more equitable basis; to change time of making 
ann. repts. (1 some 1878/9: 26-27.) 

. Decision of Supreme Court in favor of right and 

duty of comrs. to examine affairs of all incorpo- 
rated banks, and recommendation of comrs. re. 
amdmt. of law so as to require only one examina- 
tion per yr. Instead of semi-ann. (1 same 1878/9: 
26.) 

1883. Special rept. of the bd. of bank comrs. [request- 
ing several amdmts. in act creating a bd.]. 8 pp. 
(App. to Sen. and Assem. jols. 25 sess. v. 5 doc. 
[3].) 

1892. Defects in laws re. bank comrs.; legal provision 
should be made compelling bldg. and loan assns. 
to contribute towards support of bd. and to make 
repts. to same; also amdmts. so that speedy, ade- 
quate, and summary proceedings may be had to 
close up insolvent savings banks. (Rept. atty. gen. 
1891/2: 10.) 

1899. Rept. on bd. of bank comrs. (Rept. of commit- 
tee to make examination of state institutions 1899: 
160-165.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

Co-operative 

1894-1896. Tabular stmt, showing no. of series, no. of 
shares, and resources and liabilities of co-opeiative 
banks of state. (1 A.R. bldg. and loan assns. 
1893/4 (foUlg. table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing receipts and disbursements of 

co-operative banks in state. (1 same 1893/4 (foldg. 
table)— 3 same 1896.) 

1895. Same; showing authorized capital, shares, fore- 
closures, security, and other statistics of co-opera- 
tive banks of state. (2 .sowe 1894/5 foldg. table.) 
Funds; sec below, Receipts and Expenditures; do. Savings 

Bank Fund 
Laws 

1882. Act creating bd. of bank comrs. and prescribing 
their duties and powers. (4 A.R. bd. bank comrs. 
dated Jan. 1882 (pp. 197-199)— soihc dated Aug. 

1, 1887.) 

1888. Sections of constitution and codes of Cal. re- 
lating to banks and banking. {Same dated July 

2, 1888: 559-619.) 



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BANKS— cont'd 
Laws — cont'd 
1892. Same; and bldg. and loan assns.; compiled by 
W. W. Moreland. 87 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Rowker. 

1894. Act to compel savings banks to publish sworn 
stmt, of all unclaimed deposits. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated July 1S94: 55S.) 

1895. Act creating a bd. of bank comrs. and prescrib- 
ing duties: approved Mch. 30, 1S78. and as amended 
Mch. 10. 1887, and Mch. 2G, 1895. 13 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
National Banks 

1887-1900. Comparative stmts, of national hanks. July. 
(A.R. bd. bank comrs. dated July 2, 1888 (pp. 16- 
ID—same dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

. Ann. repts. of national hanks in state. (Same 

dated Aug. 1887 (pp. 445-472)— same dated Sept. 
12, 1900.) 

1887/8. Comments on national hanks. (Same dated 
July 2. 1888: 5-6.) 

1888-1896. Semi-ann. tabular stmt, showing financial 
condition of national banks of state July 1, as re- 
ported to bank comrs. {Same dated July 2, 1888 
(toldg. table)— some dated Sept. 1, 1896.) 

Private Banks 

See also above, among general material. 

1880. Comment on private banks: should they rept. 
and he subject to examination? (A.R. hd. hank 
comrs. dated Jan. 1880: 11-12.) 

1887-1900. Semi-ann. repts. of private banks of Cal. 
(Satne dated Aug. 1887 (pp. 411-442) — same dated 
Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1887/8. Comments on private hanks and list of new 
ones added to rept. (Same dated July 2, 1888: 4.) 

1888-1896. Semi-ann. tabular stmt, showing financial 
condition of private banks of Cal., Jan. 1, 1888, 
as reported to bank comrs. (Same dated July 2, 
1888 (foldg. table)— 18 same dated Sept. 1, 1896.) 

1888/9. List of new private hanks. (Same dated July 
1, 1889: 4.) 
Receipts and Expenditures 

1878-1898. Table showing total receipts collected by 
bank comrs. from hanks each yr. and paid to state 
treasurer. (Rept. of committee to make examina- 
tion of state institutions 1899: 160.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1878-1900. Stmt, of all moneys reed, by bank comrs. 
from their apptmt.. May 16, 1878. (1 A.R. bd. hank 
comrs. 1878/9 (p. 27)— some dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1878/9-1887. Stmt, giving expenses of comn. for yr. 
(1 same dated June 1879 (p. 6) — same dated Aug. 
1, 1887.) 

1879/80. Stmt, showing amt. paid hy each commercial 
hank for its license, July 1, 1879, to June 30, 1880. 
(Same dated Jan. 1880: 45-46.) 

. Same: hy each savings bank for its license, July 

1, 1879, to June 30, 1880. (2 same dated June 1880: 
45.) 

1880-1900. Stmt, of amts. paid for bank licenses hy 
hanks and savings banks, July 1. (Same 1881 (pp. 
23-24)— same dated Sept. 12, 1900.) 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made hy law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for bank comrs. (Bienn. 
rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 60)— sa;ne 1902/4.) 

1888-1904. Stmt, of condition of hank comrs'. fund. 
(Same 1886/8 (p. 88)— .same 1902/4.) 

1896. Stmt showing amt. and kind of securities de- 
posited In state treasury, upon order and approval 
of state bd. of bank comrs. on acct. of corporations 
acting as executors and in other capacities, on hand 
June 30. (A.R. state treasurer 1894/6: 57.) 



BANKS— cont'd 
Receipts and Expenditures — cont'd 

1904. Stmt, showing deposits on hand June 30, author- 
ized hy state hd. of bank comrs. to be held by state 
treasurer on acct. of " corporations acting as execu- 
tors and in other capacities." (Same 1902/4: 82.) 
Savings Banks 

See also above, araontt general material. See also 
below. Hanks : Individual. 
1870-1896. Comments on savings hanks; table showing 
deposits at comparative dates. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated Sept. 1, 1896: 2.) 

1878. Stmt, showing changes In aggregate Items of 
savings hanks, from June 30 to Dec. 31. (1 same 
1878/9: 11.) 

. Semi-ann. repts. of five suspended savings banks. 

(1 same 1878/9: 89-98.) 

1878-1880. Comparative stmt, showing aggregate Items 
of savings banks of state, in active operation for 
2 yrs. (Same dated Jan. 1, 1881: 10.) 

1878-1882. Comparative stmts, of savings banks exhib- 
iting aggregate resources and liabilities, July 1, 
1878, to Jan. 1, 1882. (4 same dated Jan. 1882: 9- 
10.) 

1878-1887. Same; showing several items of resources 
and liabilities and aggregate amt. of same. (Same 
dated July 1885 (p. d)—same dated Aug. 1, 1887.) 

1878-1900. Semi-ann. repts. of savings banks. (1 same 
1878/9 (pp. 33-86)— same dated Sept. 2, 1900.) 

1879. Stmt, showing changes in aggregate Items of 23 
live savings banks from July 1, 1878, to June, 1879. 
(Same dated Jan. 1880: 6.) 

. Ahstrs. of stmts, of savings banks of state, Jan. 

1, 1879. (1 same 1878/9 foldg. table.) 
. Characteristics of yr's. business of live savings 

hanks, and comments. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 

7-11.) 
1879/80. Same; savings hanks. (Same dated Jan. 1, 

1881: 5-9.) 

1880. Stmt, giving aggregate items of S. F. and in- 
terior savings banks (separately), July 1. (Satne 
dated Jan. 1, 1881: 5.) 

. Condensed history of savings hanks; earliest 

savings banks in Europe and U. S. (Same dated 
Jan. 1880: 13-33.) 

. Suggestion that hank comrs. be required to re- 
vise and consolidate laws concerning savings insti- 
tutions of state, with amdmts. as may be deemed 
important, to rept. same. In form of one complete 
and general act, to legisl. during first wk. of sess. 
of 1881. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 33.) 

. Aggregate stmt, of 24 savings banks, Jan. 1, 

1880. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 38.) 

. Advance stmts, of savings banks, Jan. 1, 1880, 

with statistical Information, so far as reed. (Same 
Jan. 1880: 139-161.) 

. Repts. of suspended savings hanks, Jan. 1, 1880, 

with stmts, of dividends declared (In liquidation). 
(Same dated Jan. 1880: 209-212.) 

. Comment on savings banks retiring from busi- 
ness, etc. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 37.) 

. Table showing dividends to depositors of savings 

banks to Jan. 1, 1880, and comments. (Same dated 
Jan. 1, 1881: 14-16.) 

. Recommendations for better protection of deposi- 
tors in savings banks with capital stock, while 
liquidating, etc. (Same dated Jan. 1880: 32-33.) 

1880-1896. Semi-ann. tabular stmt, showing financial 
condition of live savings banks of state, July 1, as 
reported to bank comrs. (2 same dated June 30, 
1880 (foldg. table)- 18 savie dated Sept. 1, 1896.) 

1882. Semi-ann. repts. of 7 suspended savings banks. 
(4 same dated Jan. 1882: 53-64.) 



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BANKS— cont'd 

Savings Banks — cont'd 

1882-1SS3. Stmts, showing condition of savings banks 
when examined by comrs. (4 same dated Jan. 
1882 (pp. 153-192) — 5 same dated Jan. 1883.) 
. Comparative stmt, showing to what extent ag- 
gregate items of resources and liabilities of 8 live 
savings banks of S. F. have increased or decreased 
within yr. (Same dated July 1883: 6.) 

1883. Rept. of minority dissenting from majority on 
favoring passage of Sen. bill 151 re. savings banks. 
(Sen. jol. 25 sess. pp. 214-215.) 

. Stmt, of bank comrs'. examinations of savings 

banks in liquidation. (5 A.R. bd. bank comrs. 
dated Jan. 1883: 175-176.) 

. Semi-ann. repts. of savings banks In liquida- 
tion, Jan. 1. (5 same dated Jan. 1883: 45-53.) 

. Bank comrs*. examinations of savings banks 

from Jan. 1 to July 1, 1883. (.Same dated July 
1883: 173-177.) 

. Semi-ann. repts. of suspended savings banks, 

July 1, 1883. (Same dated July 1883: 53-Cl.) 

1883-1885. Comparative stmt, from statistical infor- 
mation of active savings banks of state. (Same 
dated July 1885: 7.) 

1883/4. Statistical information: comparative stmt, of 
17 savings banks, showing changes that have oc- 
curred during yr. endg. Jan. 1, 1884. (Same dated 
July 1884: 6-7.) 

1884. Stmt, showing condition of savings banks in 
liquidation, July 1. (Same dated July 1SS4: 5.) 

. Comments on dividends of savings banks and 

suggestion that laws be so amended as to justly 
regulate inequality of rates, avoiding any injustice 
to either stockholders or depositors. (Same dated 
July 1884: 7.) 

1885-1887. Comparative stmt, of statistical information 
of savings banks; summary of most important 
items. (Same dated Aug. 1887: 9.) 

1887. Rept. of special savings banks committee on 
Assem. bill 402, for govt, of savings banks, and for 
protection of depositors in same; recommending 
that a substitute pass, and charging bank directors 
with unjust financiering in the matter of unequal 
interest paid to depositors and stockholders. 2 11. 
(App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8 doc. [22].) 

. Rept. on investigation of moneys on deposit in 

various savings and loan banks of state remaining 
unclaimed beyond statutory period. (Assem. jol. 
27 sess. pp. 591-592.) 

1887/8. Comments on savings banks. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated July 2. 1888: 6-7.) 

1891. Comments on savings banks as adjuncts to com- 
mercial banks. (Same dated July 1, 1891: 4-5.) 

1892-1904. Stmt, of condition of dissolved savings 
bank fund. (Blenn. rept. state controller 1890/2 
(p. 99)— .9ame 1902/4.) 

1894-1899. Blenn. stmts, of unclaimed deposits In sav- 
ings banks of state [as per act of legisl. approved 
Mch. 23, 18931. (A.R. bd. bank comrs dated July 
1894 (pp. 359-.^77)— sa»ie dated Sept. 4, 1899.) 

1895. Recommendation that savings banks be prohib- 
ited from taking from any Individual deposits to 
exceed in aggregate $5000; and that in commercial 
banks no officer, director, or employe should be per- 
mitted to borrow from l)ank sum to exceed 10% of 
Its paid-up capital. (Same dated July IS95: 3.) 

1895/G. Recommendation that law sbnuld prolilliit tlie 
merging of savings bank with commercial bank, 
and commercial bank with savings bank. (Same 
dated Sept. 1, 1895/6: 13.) 

1904. Comment on the stale savings banks, showing 
no. of deposit aects, etc.. In savings banks of state, 
.Tan. 1. (11 blenn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 
119-120.) 



BANKS— cont'd 

Savings Banks — cont'd 
Savings Bank Fund 
1892-1900. Stmt, showing amts. paid into state treas- 
ury Dec. 15, 1892, to credit of dissolved savings 
bank fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1890/2 
(pp. 130-136)— sa?)ie 1898/00.) 
1894. Bonds purchased for benefit of dissolved savings 
bank fund. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 5-6.) 

Taxation; see Taxation: State. Corporations 
Trust Companies 

1895-1900. Semi-ann. repts. of trust cos. (A.R. bd. bank 

comrs. dated July 1895 (pp. 540-542) — same dated 

Sept. 12, 1900.) 

BANKS: INDIVIDUAL 

Bank of British North America 

1889. Decision in case of Bank of British North Amer. 
vs. Israel Cohn; Supreme Court has decided that 
law of 1876 requiring all banks in state to publish 
stmts. Jan. 1 and July 1, still in force. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated July 2, 1889: 5.) 
Bank of Mendocino 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 229) — same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 

California Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco 

1883-1885. Statistical information of socy. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 227) — same dated 
July 1, 1S85.) 
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Savings, San Francisco 
1878. Stmt, giving assets and liabilities of bank, Aug. 

29. (A.R. bd. bank comrs. 1878/9: 15-16.) 
1888/9. Comments on liquidation of bank. (Sam.e 
dated July 1, 1889: 4-5.) 

French Bank 

1887/8. Comments on liquidation of original French 
Bank and stmt, of dividends in liquidation de- 
clared. (A.R. bd. bank comrs. dated July 2, 1888: 
4-5.) 

French Savings and Loan Society, San Franscisco 

1878. Comments on investigation of socy.; also stmt. 

giving condition of same. (A.R. bd. bank comrs. 

1878/9: 16-20.) 
1883-1885. Statistical Information of socy. (Some dated 

Jan. 1883 (p. 227)— same dated July 1, 1885.) 

German Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco 

1S83-18S5. Statistical information of socy. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 228) — same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 
Hibernian Savings and Loan Society 

1S83-18S5. Statistical information of socy. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1SS3 (p. 228) — same dated 
July 1, 18S5.) 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco 

1883-1885. Statistical Informntion of socy. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 229) — same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 

Masonic Savings and Loan Bank, San Francisco 

1878. Stmt, giving condition of bank; comments on 
same. (A.R. bd. bank comrs. 1878/9: 13-11.) 

Merced Security Savings Bank 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 230) — saine dated 
July 1. 1885.) 
Oakland Bank of Savings 

1883-lSHri. Statistical Information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 230) — same dated 
July 1. 1885.) 



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BANKS: INDIVIDUAL— cont'd 
Odd Fellows' Savings Bank, San Francisco 

1878. Stmt, of loiulitlon of bank, Oct. 19. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. 1S7S 9: 20-25.) 

Peoples' Savings Bank, Sacramento 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 231) — same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 
San Francisco Savings Union, San Francisco 

1883-1885. Statistical information. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 231) — same dated July 
1, 1885.) 
1887. Comrs'. decision: People vs. San Francisco Sav- 
ings Union. (Same dated Aug. 1887: 501-503.) 

Santa Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan 

188;MSS5. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 232)— same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 
Savings and Loan Society, San Francisco 

1883-1885. Statistical information. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 232) — same dated July 
1, 1885.) 
Security Savings Bank, San Francisco 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 233)— same dated 
July 1. 1885.) 
Stockton Savings and Loan Society 

1883-1885. Statistical information. (A.R. bd. bank 
comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 234) — same dated July 
1, 1885.) 
Stockton Savings Bank 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 233) — same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 
Union Savings Bank, Oakland 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1, 1883 (p. 234) — same 
dated July 1, 1885.) 
Vallejo Savings and Commercial Bank 

1883-1885. Statistical information of bank. (A.R. bd. 
bank comrs. dated Jan. 1883 (p. 235)— same dated 
July 1, 1885.) 

BARBERS 
License; see that title 

BARLEY 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 
Prices; see that title 

BARYTA 
Deposit; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

BASS; see FISH AND GAME 

BATHS 
Public; see Public Ownership and Regulation 

BEAR RIVER; see RIVER CONSERVANCY 

BEE CULTURE; see AGRICULTURE 

BEET SUGAR 
Industry; see Industries, etc. Sugar 

BENEFICIARY ORGANIZATIONS 

1887. Comments on The Firemen's Relief Fund law. 
(20 A.R. insurance comr. 1887: 6-7.) 



BENEFICIARY ORGANIZATIONS— cont'd 

1889. Investigation into plans ana practices of co- 
operative Insurance organizations, chiefly those 
known as endowment assns. 86 pp. (Bureau of 
labor statistics.) 

Not soen ; ontry from Bowk*T. 

1894. Recommendation that a just and reasonal)le 
measure be enacted, placing secret and fraternal 
orders under supervision of this dept. (26 A.R. 
Insurance comr. 1894: 8.) 

. Comments on cut rates, youth's endowments, 

Minneapolis Masonic relief. (27 same 1894: 33-35.) 

1895. Comments on fraternal fire insurance. (28 
sa7»e 1895: 6.) 

1903. Table showing assessment life and sick benefit 
insurance business for yr. — Cal. business. (36 
same 1903: 29.) 

BENEFICIARY ORGANIZATIONS: INDIVIDUAL 
Fraternal Life Association of San Francisco 

1894. Comments on. (27 A.R. insurance comr. 1894: 
35.) 
Mutual Benefit Life Association of America 

1894. Comments on revoking the certificate of. (27 
A.R. insurance comr. 1894: 27-28.) 

Mutual Relief Association of Petaluma 

1894. Comment on. (27 A.R. insurance comr. 1894: 
37.) 
World Mutual Benefit of West Virginia 

1894. Comments on admittance of World Mutual Bene- 
fit of W. Va. to do business in Cal. (27 A.R. in- 
surance comr. 1894: 39.) 

BERKELEY 
Climate; see that title 

BIRTHS; see VITAL STATISTICS 

BLASTOPHAGA; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

BOILER INSPECTION 

1897. Petition for passage of act for protection of life 
and property agst. insecure steam boilers. (Assem. 
jol. 32 sess. pp. 619-620.) 

BORAX 

Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

BOUNTY 

Agriculture; see that title 
Animal 

1892-1896. Stmt, showing no. of coyote scalps for 
which certificates have been issued up to Oct. 1, 
1892, according to quarterly repts. rendered con- 
troller by CO. clerks. (Blenn. repts. state controller 
1890/2 (pp. 128-129)— same 1894/6.) 
1892-1904. Comments on coyote scalp bounty. (A.R. 

bd. examiners dated 1893 (p. 42)— same 1902/4.) 
1893. Govs, mess.; coyote bounties, etc. (Sen. jol. 30 
sess. pp. 542-543: Assem. jol. pp. 516-518.) 

1896. Comment on bounty on coyote scalps and recom- 
mendation that apprn. be made. (Blenn. rept. 
state controller 1894/6: 31.) 

1901. Veto of act authorizing suits agst. state on de- 
mand for bounty on coyote scalps. (Sen. jol. 34 
sess. p. 1179.) 

1901-1904. "Coyote scalp" cases. (Rept. atty. gen. 
1900/2 (pp. 9-10)— some 1902/4.) 

1903. Stmt, of judgments agst. state In " coyote scalp " 
cases. (Assem. jol. 35 sess. pp. 163-164.) 
Forest Culture; see Natural Resources. Forests 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



BRANDY 

Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

BRICK-MAKING; see INDUSTRIES, ETC. 

BRIDGES 

1852. Repts. re. condition ot and abuses connected 
with toll bridge at Salmon Falls. (Assem. jol. 
1852: 432-433; 446-448.) 

1855. Veto of act granting right to construct toll 
bridge across Amer. River, as special legislation 
granting corporate powers. (Sen. jol. 1855: 471- 
473.) 

. Rept. [favorable] of majority of judiciary com- 
mittee on constitutionality of " act granting to J. 
L. Graves and T. 0. Burton and such others as 
they may associate with them, right to construct 
toll bridge across Amer. River, at or near Miss. 
bar." 7 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 6 sess. doc. 23.) 

1857. Unfavorable rept. re. act granting to certain 
persons the right to construct a toll bridge across 
Tuolumne River. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 158.) 

. Favorable rept. on act authorizing construction 

of a bridge across Sacramento River betw. city of 
Sacramento and town of Washington. (Same 8 
sess. pp. 370-371.) 

1872. Stmt, of facts ace. rept. of committee on claims 
on Assem. bill 365, " act to fund certain indebted- 
ness due and owing by co. of Contra Costa to T. C. 
Oilman," on acct. of bridge built across San An- 
tonio Creek, in Oakland. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 19 
sess. v. 4 doc. [11].) 

1900/1. Table of bridges by cos., giving span, kind, 
width of roadway, cost, and remarks. (Bienn. 
rept. dept. highways 1901/2: 36.) 

Expenditures for 

1898. Cost of steel bridges and of stone bridges. 

(Bienn. rept. dept. highways 1897/8: 28-30.) 
1890-1898. Table showing expenditures by the several 

cos. for bridges and culverts for 8 yrs. (Same 

1897/8: 24-25.) 

BROOKITE 

Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

BROOM CORN 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

BUBONIC PLAGUE; see PUBLIC HEALTH. EPIDEMICS 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

serial 

1 series 
Undpr Act of March 13, 1801. 

1890/1-1891/2. Rept. of bldg. and loan assns. by bd. of 
bank comrs. 

In (;oMoct<"(l docs, as follows: 
18B0/1 In App. to jols. 30 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1891/2 30 " V. 1 

2 series 

Under chapter 188, Statutes of Cal. 
1893/4-1903/4. Ann. rept. of bldg. and loan a.ssns. 
comrs., 1-11. 

In follfclcd docH. as follows: 

1. 1803/4 In App. to Jols. 31 sess. v. 4 unnum. doc. 

2. IH'M/r, " •' •• " .ri " V. 7 (doc. 11. 

3. IK'i.VO .TJ " V. 7 doc 2 . 

4r,. 1 8!m/7 1807/8 not prlnlrd. 

n. IHOH/li In App. to Jols. .-14 scHS. v. 3 doc. [51. 
7. 18!ili/()0" •' ■• " HI " V. 3 doc. (G . 
811. l!PO()/I.I(IOI/2 not prInU'd. 
10-11. 1(102/31 110.3/ •» omitted. 
Last rept. mndn li.v this coinn. Act of Mch. 21, 1006 
created lildK. and Loan Comrs. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS— cont'd 

non-serial 

1872-1900. Table giving no. of assns. for each succes- 
sive yr. from earliest date. (1 A.R. bldg. and loan 
assns. 1893/4 (p. 21)— 7 same 1900.) 

No repts. 1897, 1898, 1901, 1902. 1903, 1904. 

1873. List of savings and loan societies of city ot S. F., 
and ami. of deposit in each, July 1. (Bienn. rept. 
state controller 1871/3: 18-19.) 

1889. Investigation of purposes and practices of cer- 
tain so-called " national bldg. and loan assns."; 
held in S. F. 56 pp. (Bureau of labor statistics.) 
Not seen ; entr.v from Bowker. 

1892. Rept. on " national " bldg. and loan assns. 18 pp. 
Not seen ; entr.v from Bowker. 

. Comments on bldg. and loan assns. and sugges- 
tion that act be so amended as to relieve this eomn. 
of its present connection with bldg. and loan assns. 
and that Cal. follow example of other states, where- 
in bldg. and loan assns. are put under special 
supervision. (14 A.R. bd. bank comrs. dated July 
1, 1892: 4.) 

1892-1894. Many so-called guarantee and loan assns. in 
state are foreign corporations doing business with- 
out local restraint; recommendation that law be 
passed compelling them to obtain license from bank 
comrs. before doing business, and requiring them 
to make deposit of securities with state treasurer. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2 (p. 7)— sojne 1893/4.) 

1892-1896. Comparative table showing increase of busi- 
ness during past 2 yrs. of bldg. and loan assns. 
(1 A.R. bldg. and loan assns. 1893/4 (pp. 30-31) 
3 same 1896.) 

1893-1896. Table giving series matured during yr., 
giving names of assns., location, secy., date of ma- 
turity, dues, profits, etc. (1 same 1893/4 (p. 52) — 
3 same 1896.) 

1894. Comments on ill-advised system of loaning; sug- 
gested not to allow member of bd. of directors to 
systematically further individual schemes at risk 
of assns.; to scrutinize each proposed loan carefully, 
and see that conservative estimate is placed upon 
property offered; to consider carefully standing 
and character of each applicant for loan. (1 same 
1893/4: 7-8.) 

. Discussion of plans by which bldg. and loan 

assns. In state are managed; plan originally used: 
modifications of original plan to secure equaliza- 
tion of profits; the issuing of two classes of stock, 
one for borrowers, other for investors; gross pre- 
mium plan; installment premium plan; premium 
stock plan: maintenance of reserve fund practiced 
by some institutions, a feature to be commended. 
(1 same 1893/4: .'^2-36.) 

. Comments on dissimilarity in plans in acct. 

keeping: discussion of principal books which 
should be kept for bldg. and loan assns.; treatment 
of various accts., dues, interest, premium, fees, and 
fines, principal revenue accts. (1 same 1893/4: 70- 
80.) 

. Suggestion that care should be taken In matter 

of paying taxes, to see that none of the mortgaged 
properties go delinquent and suffer a cloud on 
title, also If there should be a balance of assess- 
ment over deduction for mortgage, that this Is paid 
as well. (1 same 189.VJ: 84.) 

. Discussion of the 10 rules or plans for distribu- 
tion of profits In vogue among assns. of state, with 
comparison of results. (1 same 1893/4: 36-50.) 

. Comments on deserved jiopularlty of bldg. and 

loan plan In stale; safety ot such Investments, 
being one of the most successful forms of financial 
co-operations ever devised for large class ot people. 
(1 same 1893/4: 4-5.) 



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BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS— cont'd 

iion-SiTial — cont'd 

1894. Comments on bldp;. and loan assns. being under 
state supervision In Cal.. and laws governing bldg. 
and loan assns. (1 same 1893/4: 5-G.) 

. Comparison of book values ascertained by va- 
rious systems, and observations on same. (1 same 
189S/4: 49.) 

. Comments on treatment of withdrawals; na- 
tional rule; theory of withdrawals; nationals vs. 
locals. (Same 1S9.V4: 5C-59.) 

. List of books and docs, for benefit of those who 

may desire to inform themselves on history, theory, 
practice, and law of bldg. and loan assns. (1 same 
1893/4: 85.) 

. Comments on laws governing bldg. and loan 

assns. (1 same 1893/4: 6.) 

. Under laws governing bldg. and loan assns. has 

custom when members borrow money from assn., 
that mortgage is given upon property to secure 
loan, at same time assignment being made of 
shares of stock in assn. to the assn. as additional 
security, and a proxy executed allowing assn. to 
vote stock at subsequent elections, result being 
that but few of persons borrowing from assn. vote 
at elections and bd. of directors have absolute 
power: remedial legislation suggested; also modifi- 
cation of sec. 9 of law governing bd. of comrs. of 
said assns., so that when comrs. find an assn. " Is 
conducting its business In unsafe manner, etc." 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1893/4: 2.3-24.) 

1894-1896. Stmt, of aggregates of resources and liabili- 
tips. and receipts and disbursements. (1 A.R. bldg. 
and loan assns. 1893/4 (pp. 24-25)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Stmt, of averages — resources, liabilities, re- 
ceipts, and disbursements and classification of 
same. (1 same 1893/4 (pp. 25-30)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Tabular stmt, showing no. of series, no. of 

shares, and resources and liabilities of national 
bldg. and loan assns. of state. (1 same 1893/4 
(foldg. table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing receipts and disbursements of 

national bldg. and loan assns. of state. (1 same 
1893/4 (foldg. table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing receipts and disbursements of 

local bldg. and loan assns. of state. (1 same 1893/4 
(foldg. table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing no. of series, no. of shares, and 

resources and liabilities of local bldg. and loan 
assns. of state. (1 same 1893/4 (foldg. table)— 3 
same 1896.) 

1894-1900. Stmt, of receipts for 12 mos. endg. Dec. 31, 
1894, giving name of assn. and amt. of assessment. 
(1 same 1893/4 (pp. 16-18)— 7 same 1900.) 

No rppts. 1807, 1808. 

. Individual repts. of bldg. and loan assns. (1 

same 189.3/4 (pp. 86-318)- 7 same 1900.) 
No rpptR. tor 1807, 1808. 

. Stmt, giving capitalization of nationals, local 

assns.. and co-operative banks. (1 same 1893/4 
(pp. 22-24)— 7 same 1900.) 
No repts. for 1807, 1808. 
. Comparative stmt, of net profits for yr. show- 
ing rate of profits similarly calculated, on average 
loans in force as given in former repts. (6 same 
1898/9 (p. 10)— 7 same 1900.) 
No repts. 1807, 1808. 

1895. Recommended legislation for amdmt. of sec. 638 
of law of 1891, re. payment of mortgages reed, by 
bldg. and loan assns. (2 same 1894/5: 14-15.) 

. Tabular stmt, showing authorized capital, 

shares, foreclosures, security, and other statistics 

of national bldg. and loan assns. of state. (2 same 
1894/5 foldg. table.) 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1895. General movement away from system of gross 
premium plan, with premiums treated as earned 
profits commended; adoption of installment pre- 
mium plan urged by new cos.; when gross pre- 
miums are earned an assn. may be allowed to 
absorb into its earnings a proportionate share of 
gross premium for each yr. in life of loan. (2 
same 1894/5: 24-26.) 

. Discussion of withdrawal values, exceptions con- 
sidered; plans submitted of graduating withdrawal 
values according to ago of shares and restrictions 
on right of withdrawal. (2 same 1894/5: 26-28.) 

. Letters and excerpts from letters sent and reed. 

by comn. bearing on practices of individual cos. 
and opinions of atty. gen. on question of Insolvency, 
duties and powers defined and loans to others than 
members. (2 sajHe 1894/5: 34-37.) 

1895-1896. Tabular stmt, showing authorized capital, 
shares, foreclosures, security, and other statistics 
of national bldg. and loan assns. in state. (2 same 
1894/5 (foldg. table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing authorized capital, shares, fore- 
closures, security, and other statistics of local bldg. 
and loan assns. of state. (2 same 1894/5 (foldg. 
table)— 3 same 1896.) 

. Same; showing authorized capital, shares, fore- 
closures, security, and other statistics, of co-opera- 
tive banks. (2 same 1894/5 (foldg. table) — 3 same 
1896.) 

1896. Comparison of results of operation of the Dexter, 
Partnership, and Wrigley rules for division of 
profits, under conditions: time, 10 yrs. ; ann. series; 
1 share in each series. (3 same 1895/6: 13.) 

'. Tables showing practical work of assns. under 

several plans of apportioning profits, with various 
combinations of gross and installment premiums. 
(3 same 1895/6: 14-23.) 

1896-1899. Comparative stmt, of interest and pre- 
miums collected. (6 same 1898/9 (p. 9) — 7 same 
1900.) 

1896-1900. Same; new loans and loans repaid. (6 
same 1898/9 (p. 9)— 7 same 1900.) 
No repts. 1897, 1808. 

1897-1899. Comparison of assets and liabilities and re- 
ceipts and disbursements for series of yrs. (6 
same 1898/9: 6-7.) 

1899. Rept. on comrs. of bldg. and loan assns. (Rept. 
of committee to make examination of state Institu- 
tions 1899: 165-166.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1902. Suggestion that immediate steps be taken by 
legisl. looking to full investigation of so-called co- 
operative home-bldg. concerns and enactment of 
protective laws. (Rept. atty. gen. 1900/2: 15.) 
Laws 

1894-1896. Laws of state for formation, govt., control, 
and existence of bldg. and loan assns. (1 A.R. 
bldg. and loan assns. 1893/4 (pp. 321-360)— 3 same 
1896.) 
Receipts and Expenditures 

1893-1898. Table showing assessments [1. e. license 
fees] collected from assns. for support of bldg. 
and loan comn. each yr. on shares in force. (Rept. 
of committee to make examination of state institu- 
tions 1899: 165-166.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1894-1904. Stmt, showing expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law. amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for bldg. and loan comrs. 
(bldg. and loan assns. inspection fund). (Bienn. 
rept. state controller 1892/4 (p. 81)— some 1902/4.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OT CALIFORNIA 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS— cont'd 

Receipts and Expenditures — cont'd 
Stmt, of condition of bldg. and loan assns. in- 
spection fund. {Same 1892/4 (p 92)— some 
1902/4.) 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS: INDIVIDUAL AS- 
SOCIATIONS 

See also above, under date of 1894-1900. 
Golden City Homestead Association, San Francisco 

1S76. Rept. of Assem. special committee on affairs of. 
118 pp. (App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 4 unnum. doc.) 

BUILDING STONE 

Deposits; see Natural Resources 

BURGLAR INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

BUTTE COUNTY (1850) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 

1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Clay in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Gold in 

1879-1880. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 

these dates. 
1881. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
mission 
Indian Wars; see War Expenditures 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines; these 
dates. 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 
Silver in 

1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 
Surveyor; see Land 

BUTTER 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 
Imports; see Commerce, etc. 
Prices; see that title 
Production; see Industries, etc. 

CALAVERAS COUNTY (1850) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 

1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Channel System; see Natural Resources. Geology 
Copper Mining 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per; these dates. 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Geology; sec Natural Resources 
Gold in 

1879-1880. See Natural ResourceB. Mineral. Gold; 

these dates. 
1881. See same; this date. 



CALAVERAS COUNTY (1850)— cont'd 
Gold in — cont'd 

ISSS. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 

Granite in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Iron Mining 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 

Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines 
1879/80. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Produc- 
tion; this date. 

Mines and Mining 
1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines; these 
dates. 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 
1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals; these 
dates. 
Silver Production 
1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 
Surveyor; see Land 
Trachyte and Tufa; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL; see EDUCATION: 
INDIVIDUAL, ETC. 

CALIFORNIA TEACHER (THE); see EDUCATION. EDUCA- 
TIONAL JOURNALS 

CAMEL; see TRANSPORTATION 

CAMPO 

Climate; see that title 

CANAIGRE 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

CANALS: INTEROCEANIC 

1892. Memorials to Congress favoring early comple- 
tion of Nicaragua Canal, to be controlled by govt., 
and the establishment of a Division of Roads in 
Dept. of Agric. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1893/4: 
214.) 

1894. Favoring passage of bill re. Nicaragua Canal. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1894: 19-20.) 

CANALS: STATE 

Irrigation; see Land. Irrigation 

Mines; sec Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc. 

Navigation 

1867. Roi)t. of engr. on results of survey for Sacra- 
mento Valley irrigation and navigation canal. 52 
pp. (App. to .1ols. 17 sess. v. 2 [doc. 4].) 
1870. Rept. on art authorizing construction and main- 
tenance of a ship canal from Stockton to San 
Joaquin RIvor. (Assom. jol. 18 sess. p. 626.) 



CANNERIES; sec INDUSTRIES 



CAPITAL 

1850. Uopls. on various jiroposals for location of per- 
manent scat of govt., with copies of offers made for 
same. (Leglsl. jol. 1849/60: 498-510.) 



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CAPITAL— cont'd 

1850. Bond of M. G. Vallejo, J. B. Frlsble, S. Vallejo, 
J. M. Estill, and Robt. Allen, together with their 
affidavits as to aint. each Is worth in matter of 
establishment of permanent seat of govt. (App. 
to Sen. jol. 2 sess. pp. 709-714 doc. W.) 

1851. Rei)t. of surveyor gen. to Sen. and Assem. upon 
location of state capital. (Same 2 sess. pp. 561- 
5G2 doc. C.) 

. Minority rept. of select committee on bond of 

General Vallejo. {Same 2 sess. p. 717 doc. Y.) 

. Rept. of Mr. Tingley from judiciary committee 

on bond of General Vallejo. {Same 2 sess. pp. 715- 
716 doc. X.) 

. Majority [and minorltyl rept. of committee on 

permanent location of seat of govt. {Same 2 sess. 
pp. 645-654 docs. I and J.) 

. Rept. of comrs. apptd. to lay off tracts of land 

proposed to be donated to state by M. G. Vallejo. 
{Same 2 sess. pp. 727-729 doc. EE.) 

. Corresp. and communication re. title to lands 

and bond deposited for location of permanent seat 
of govt, at Vallejo. (Legisl. joUJ851: 1083-1084.) 

. Rept. of comrs. apptd. to lay off tracts of land 

proposed to be donated to state for permanent 
seat of govt. (Same 1851:727-729; 1423-1425.) 

. Majority and minority repts. on location of per- 
manent seat of govt. (Same 1851: 645-654.) 

. Copy of form of bond to be executed by comrs. 

on location of permanent seat of govt, at Vallejo. 
(Same 1851: 709-717.) 

. Rept. of surveyor gen. on location of state capi- 
tal at Vallejo. (Same 1851: 5G1-5G2.) 

1?52. Rept. urging cancellation of bond of Gen. Val- 
lejo for location of permanent seat of govt, at 
Vallejo. (App. to Sen. jol. 1852: 563-564.) 

. Protest agst. organization of legisl. at Vallejo, 

claiming act authorizing same to be inoperative, 
and contract for location of govt, not fulfilled. 
(Sen. jol. 1852: 6.) 

. Govs. mess, protesting agst. organization of 

legisl. at Vallejo, showing non-fulfillment on part 
of bond for location of permanent seat of govt, at 
said place. (Same 1852: 11-12; Assem. jol. pp. 22- 
23.) 

. Rept. re. bill providing for removal of archives 

from Sacramento to Vallejo. showing latter to be 
permanent seat of govt. (Assem. jol. 1852: 500- 
502.) 

1853. Copy of deed executed by city of Benicia to state, 
for location of permanent seat of govt. 4 pp. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 27.) 

. Communication from atty. gen. re. removal of 

state capital from Vallejo. 4 pp. (App. to Assem. 
jol. 4 sess. doc. 12.) 

. Corresp. with M. G. Vallejo. 5 pp. (App. to 

Sen. jol. 4 sess. doc. 19.) 

. Communication from M. G. Vallejo, proposing 

mutual release of conditions of bond for location 
of seat of govt, at Vallejo. 4 pp. (Same 1853 
doc. 15.) 

. Corresp. with M. G. Vallejo demanding payment 

of sums contracted for by him in bond for location 
of seat of govt, at Vallejo; with stmt, of said sums. 
5 pp. (Same 1853 doc. 19.) 

. Same. (Assem. jol. 1853: 140-141.) 

. Copy of release of bond betw. state and M. G. 

Vallejo for location of permanent seat of govt, at 
Vallejo. 4 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 25.) 

1854. Majority and minority repts. re. proposed loca- 
tion of permanent seat of govt, at Sacramento, with 
stmt, of cost of seven previous removals of capital. 
(Assem. jol. 1854: 76-81.) 



CAPITAL— cont'd 

1858. Rept. on advantages of moving seat of govt, to 
Oaltland. (Same 9 sess. pp. 512-513.) 

. Rept. on mileage due committee to visit Oak- 
land, in reference to removal of capital. (Same 9 
sess. p. 493.) 

1889. History of seat of state govt. ([Blue book] 
1889: 195-216.) 

CAPITATION TAX; see TAXATION: STATE. POLL TAX 

CAPITOL; sec PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: 
STATE 

CAPITOL FUND; sec PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

CARMELO BAY 

Geology; see Natural Resources 

CARP; see FISH AND GAME 

CATALINA ISLAND 

Chalk Quarries; see Natural Resources 

CATASTROPHES 

Earthquakes; see that title 
Floods; see Climate 

CATFISH; see FISH AND GAME 

CATTLE; see AGRICULTURE. LIVESTOCK 

CATTLE FOODS 
Commercial; see Industries, etc. 



CEMENT 

Deposits; see Natural Resources. 



Mineral 



CENSUS 

1850. Census of 1850 imperfect. (Govs, special mess. 
Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1851. Rept. of U. S. census agt. with list of co. popu- 
lation. (Legisl. jol. sess. 1851: 741-743; 1602-1604.) 

1852. Abstr. of census of state, being statistics of 
population, and capital and production by cos., and 
general descriptive review characteristic of each. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 14: 13-58.) 

. Statistical summary by secy, of state of census 

returns under headings population, and production 
and capital, in various cos. (Same 185.3, doc. 14: 
4-11.) 

. Census required by constitution. (Govs, special 

mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1853. Govs. mess. re. census returns and rapid increase 
of population shown therein. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1853, doc. 14: 3.) 

. Suggestion to repeal census requirements of con- 
stitution and leave regulation of same to legisl. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 

CEREALS 

Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

CHALK 

Quarries; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CHANNEL ISLANDS 
Geology; see Natural Resources 

CHEESE 

Exports; see Commerce, etc. 
Prices; see that title 
Production; see Industries, etc. 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



CHERRY 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Diseases; see Agriculture. Crops. Pests 

CHERT 

Deposit; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CHICO 

Climate; see that title 

Normal School; see Education: Individual, etc. 

CHILD LABOR; see LABOR 

CHINESE 

Education; see Education. Aliens 
Labor; see Labor. Alien 
Population; see Population. Alien 

CHINO 

Climate; see that title 
Temperature; see Climate 

CHINO VALLEY 
Rainfall; see Climate 

CHOLERA; see PUBLIC HEALTH. EPIDEMICS 

CHROMITE 

CHRYSOPRASE 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CINNABAR 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CITRUS FRUITS 

Fruits; see Agriculture. Crops 



(Same 1887 (p. 
in Pacific Coast 



CLAY 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. 



Mineral 



CLIMATE 

1869. Comparative table of meteoroloRical stations of 
Pacific States, giving altitude, latitude, longitude, 
length of period observed, hottest and coldest day, 
range, mean, rain and snow In Inches. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1868/9: 238.) 

1884. Modifying causes of climate on Pacific Coast of 
U. S. and British Columbia. (Same 1884: 253-257.) 

1885. Storms on Pacific Coast of Amer. (Same 1885: 
273-275.) 

Fiom nnn. ropt. of clilpf signal ofBcer. 
1885-1888. Table giving average ann. rainfall, average 
seasonal temperature, mean and extremes of tem- 
perature, and average no. of clear days for South- 
ern and Pacific States. (Same 1886 (pp. 355-356) 
— same 1888.) 

1886. Original meteorological researches; weather 
types on Pacific Coast (with plates); by Lieut. W. 
A. Glassford, U. S. A. (Same 1886: 407-413.) 

1886-1887. Weather statistics of Pacific Coast States- 
table giving extremes of temperature, average pres- 
sure, temperature, dew point, relative humidity, 
precipitation, ann. and hrly. velocity of winds and 
prevailing direction, and clear, fair, and cloudy 
days; averages are for iierlods of from 7 to 10 yrs. 
(Same 1886 (pp. 403-404)— .saw? e 1887.) 

1887. Weather for Mch. and Apr. for whole Pacific 
Coast. (Savie 1880: 312-315.) 

1888-1889. Jan. meteorological table for stations In 
Wash. Terr., Ore., Cat., Nev., Utah, and Ariz.— 
mean and extremes of monthly temixTadirc, and 
date of extremes and lowest temperature pre- 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

viously recorded, also rainfall. 
427)— same 1888.) 

1889. Weather summary for Apr. 
States. (Same 1889: 371.) 

. Table giving temperature of sun, air, and water 

at 2 p. m. each day as taken at Baird Govt. Salmon 
Station, on McCloud River. (Same 1889: 413-415.) 

. Table showing mean ann. temperature and pre- 
cipitation at principal points in each state and ter- 
ritory. (Same 1889: 484-485.) 

Arizona 
1891-1892. Ann. summary of weather at Yuma, Ariz., 
in all its features. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1891 
(p. 247)— some 1892.) 

CAI-rFQRNIA 

serial 
ANNUAL REPORT 

1 series 
1886-1894. Ann. meteorological review of the state of 
Cal. by the meterological dept. of the State Agric. 
Socy. 

In Documents as follows : 
1886 In Trans, state agric. society 1886 : 255-391. 



1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



1887 : 247-287. 

1888 : 243-410. 

1889 : 319-487. 

1890 : 279-340. 

1891 : 217-278. 

1892 : 183-222. 

1893 : 178-197. 

1894 : 203-230. 



Reports on meteorology had been Issued by the Agric. 
Society since Its organization. In the earlier years 
the data were supplied by private Individuals. Be- 
tween 1875 and 1881 almost no meteorological 
material was published by the Society. The 0. S. 
Signal Offloe was first established at Sacramento 
In 1S77. but no statistics were supplied by It until 
1S81. In 1881 and each following year brief 
climatic statistics were supplied to and published 
by the Society. In 1886 they first assumed a com- 
prehensive, systematic character. From 1886 to 
1894 they were published regularly as collated 
above. All that has been published by the Socy. 
has been Indexed in this volume. 

2 series 
In co-operation with the Weather Bureau, U. S. Dept. of 
Agriculture. 

1895. Ann. review of the Cal. climate and crop service. 

In Doouuu^nts as follows : 
1895 In Trans, state agric. society 1895 : 169-204. 

MONTHLY REPORT 

1 series 

1891-1896. Monthly bull, of the Cal. weather service; 
published by the State Agric. Socy. in co-operation 
■with U. S. Dept. of Agric. Weather Bureau, Sept., 
1891, to Dec, 1896. 

2 series 

1897-1904. Cal. section of the climate and crop service 
of the U. S. Weather Bureau, v. 1-8, Jan., 1897, to 
Dec, 1904. 

Annual summary accompanies this file. 
WEEKLY REPORT 

1 series 
1893-1896. Wlcly. crop bull. 

Pnbllslied during the nlanling and harvesting season, 
April to Oct, lH9:i. also In 'I'rans. slate agric. 
society 189:) : 186-189. Republished in the Dally 
Bulletin, Weei<ly Rural Press and Cai. Fruit 
Orower of S. F. and in the Sacramento Record- 
Union. 

2 series 

1897-1901. WUly. crop bull, of tho cliraato and crop 
service of the U. S. Weather Bureau, Cal. section, 
Apr. 12, 1897, to Dec, 1904. 

88 noB. were IsHued In 1897 ; after that 52 nos. were 
iHKUed annually. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 



California — cont'd 



non-serial 
(?). Tables giving monthly and ann. average rainfall, 
In Inches; monthly percentages of probability of 
rainy days, of clear days, and of cloudy days at 
weather bureau stations In Cal., from records of 
many yrs. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1891: 253- 
255.) 

(?)-1889. Table showing elevation and average tem- 
perature and rainfall of stations In Coast Range, 
by cos. (Same 1886 (pp. 317-318)— same 1889.) 
Not found In 18S8. 

1848-1885. Meteorology and climatology of the great 
valleys and foothills of Cal. for from 15 to 36 yrs.; 
collated and compiled by Sergt. J. A. Barwick, 
observer signal corps, U. S. A., being a gathering of 
all worthy articles known to writer on climatic 
peculiarities of state. {Same 1885: 213-291.) 

. Same; separate. 78 pp. 

1849-1902. Review of wet and dry seasons In state. 
(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 399-405.) 

1850-1856. Recapitulation of meteorological observa- 
tions. (Rept. Insane asylum 1855: 39-42.) 

1859-1860. Meteorological observations. (Same 1859 
(pp. 44-55)— same 1860.) 

1863. Comparative climate and grain farming in Cal.; 
comparisons with Atlantic States and England. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. ISfiS: 203-221.) 

1865-1895. Ann. meteorological review. (Same 1864/5 
(pp. 164-170)— sa7ne 1895.) 

Not found In repts. for 1879 or 1880. 

1870/1. Rept. upon subject of medical topography and 
climatology In Cal. (1 bienn. rept bd. health 
1870/1: 70-75.) 

1874. Climatic Influence in Cal. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1874: 358-359.) 

1874/5. Rept. on climatology of Cal. and consumption. 
(3 bienn. rept. bd. health 1874/5: 93-150.) 

1876/7. Relations of climate of Cal. to consumption. 
(4 same 1876/7: 38-60.) 

1883. Tables showing ann. and monthly mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature, monthly and ann. rainfall 
and snowfall, and direction of prevailing wind each 
mo. and for yr., of 85 stations in state. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1883: 163-182.) 

1884/6. Climatology and diseases of southern Cal.; by 
H. S. Orme, pres. state bd. of health. (9 bienn. 
rept. bd. health 1884/6: 117-131.) 

1885. Palestine climate compared with that of Cal. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1885: 287-291.) 

1886. Table showing elevation and average tempera- 
ture and rainfall for stations In San Bernardino, 
Siskiyou, Modoc, and mt. division of Placer Co. 
(Same 1886: 321.) 

. Coast climate of Cal.: distribution of rain, tem- 
perature, therapeutics; by J. W. Robertson, M. D., 
as published in state bd. of health rept. of 1886. 
(Same 1886: 322-332.) 

. Climate of central Cal. compared with that of 

Italy. (Same 1886: 349-352.) 

. Climatology of southern Cal.; by H. S. Orme, 

M. D. (Same 1886: 375-379.) 

. Isothermal maps of state and comments. (Same 

1886: 369-374.) 

. Semi-tropical winter In central and northern 

Cal. citrus belt; comparisons with Italy In warmth 
and sunshine; scenery, springs, bathing, etc. 
(Same 1886: 366-369.) 

. The climatology and diseases of southern Cal.; 

by H. S. Orme. (9 bienn. rept. bd. health 1884/6: 
117-131.) 

. Coast climate of Cal.; by J. W. Robertson. (9 

same 1884/6: 199-209.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 



California — cont'd 



non-serial — cont'd 

1886/8. Average temperature, highest and lowest tem- 
perature, and average rainfall at prominent named 
points In Cal. (10 same 1886/8: 221.) 

. Brief description of climate of Cal. (10 same 

1886/8: 216-221.) 

1887. Brief history of meteorological dept. of the 
socy.; recommendation that next legisl. Incorporate 
system of state weather service to be under 
mngmt. and supervision of state bd. of agrlc; out- 
line of work to be done and cost. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1887: 19-21.) 

. Climate and resources of summit cos. (Same 

1887: 423-426.) 

1888. Tables giving mean monthly temperature and 
rainfall at Southern Pacific stations in Cal., also 
highest and lowest temperature observed at each 
point and normal average precipitation for yr. 
(Same 1888: 377-383.) 

. Monthly weather bull, of Pacific Coast for Feb. 

(Same 1887: 437-438.) 

1888/9-1891/2. Monthly observations of mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature, rainfall, no. of clear, cloudy, 
and partly cloudy days at Sta. Rosa station from 
Aug. 1, 1888, to Aug. 31, 1890. (A.R. bd. vitic. 
comrs. 1889/90 (p. i7)—same 1891/2.) 

1889/90. Meteorological table of phenomenal winter — 
giving monthly rainfall for Oct., Nov., Dec, 1889, 
and to Jan. 26, 1S90, at 23 points in state; also 
averages for same mos. In previous yrs.; season's 
rainfall to Dec. 31, also average tor previous yrs.; 
mean temperature for Dec; and average mean 
temperature for Dec. (9 A.R. state mineralogist 
1888/90: 322.) 

. Meteorological review of state — rainfall, fogs, 

climate, phenomenal winter (1889/90); by G. E. 
Barnes. (9 same 1888/9: 312-322.) 

1890. Climate of Cal. and Nev., with particular refer- 
ence to rainfall and temperature, and their influ- 
ence upon irrigation problems of the two states. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1891: 255-298.) 

. Table showing mean and extremes of ann. tem- 
perature and rainfall for various voluntary signal 
service stations throughout state. (Same 1890: 
338-340.) 

1891. A cyclonic glimpse of Cal. weather. (Same 
1891: 247-252.) 

1891-1892. Table giving elevation, mean and extremes 
of temperature, prevailing wind, and total precipi- 
tation, by mos., by voluntary observers at various 
points in state. (Same 1891 (pp. 232-244) — same 
1892.) 

Winds not given In 1802. 

1892. Table giving means and extremes of tempera- 
ture and total precipitation for each mo., and for 
yr., from over 200 of Southern Pacific co. stations. 
(Same 1892: 194 211.) 

. Tabular data showing no. of clear and fair days 

In each mo. and for yr. at various stations in state. 
(Same 1892: 187.) 

1892-1893. Ann. monthly weather summary for state. 
(Same 1892 (pp. 183-186)— same 1894.) 

1893. Monthly misc. data: Cal. weather service obser- 
vations, giving stations, cos., elevation, mean tem- 
perature and extremes, with mo. of extremes, 
range, rainfall, and rainy days and frosty morn- 
ings. (Same 1893: 191-193.) 

. Ann. meteorological repts. from weather bureau 

stations in state, giving mean and extremes of 
temperature, kind of weather, each day, velocity 
and prevailing winds, and precipitation, with name 
of observer. (Same 1893: 190.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Calitobnia — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1893. State weather summary, by mos., giving normal 
monthly temperature from 8 to 40 yrs., departure 
from normal, extremes of temperature and stations 
where they occurred; prevailing wind; normal, 
average, and departure from normal rainfall, great- 
est and least precipitation, and stations where they 
occured. (Same 1893: 184-185.) 

— — . Meteorological data from Southern Pacific go's. 
stations in Cal. — elevation, ann. mean and extremes 
of temperature, with mo. of extremes, absolute 
range, prevailing wind, precipitation, snow, and 
rain. (Same 1893: 194-196.) 

1894. Favorable comment on weather service of the 
socy.; outside demands for these repts. have ex- 
hausted the supply. (Same 1894: 25.) 

. Table giving average temperature and extremes. 

and total precipitation for each mo. and for yr. 
from 298 stations, concluding with monthly aver- 
ages for state, also highest and lowest tempera- 
ture. (Same 1894: 204-223.) 

. Table showing mean and ann. temperatures and 

precipitation, with normals and departures there- 
from, along with extremes of temperature and 
greatest precipitation for state. (Same 1894: 228.) 

. Table giving average no. of clear, fair, cloudy, 

and rainy days for state by mos. and seasons, also 
average seasonal temperatures and precipitation, 
with departures from normals. (Same 1894: 229.) 

. Table giving clear, fair, cloudy, and rainy days 

each mo., along with monthly and ann. averages 
from G5 stations. (Same 1894: 224-227.) 

1894-1896. Table giving statistics of fair weather, rain- 
fall, snow, etc., by mos. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. 
stations 1895/7: 327.) 

1894/5-1896/7. Climatic rept. of Southern Cal. station 
— mean and extremes of temperature, monthly 
range, extremes of daily variation, precipitation, 
and weather, by mos. (Same 1895/7: 365-366.) 

1895. Ann. review of the Cal. climate and crop service. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1895: 169-204.) 

. Percentages of mean cloudiness and of mean sun- 
shine for Cal. weather bureau stations by mos., 
yrs., and seasons; tables and comments. (Same 
1895: 202-204.) 

1896/7-1898/9. Climatic conditions at Southern Cal. 
station. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 307- 
309.) 

1899. Comment on weather conditions of yr. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1899: 3-4.) 

1901. Monthly weather review for yr. (Same 1901: 
152-153.) 

1902-1903. Notes on climate of Southern Coast Range 
sub-station; meteorological record giving means 
and extremes of temperature, no. of days 90° or 
over, no. 32° or under, rainfall, and weather, by 
mos. (Rept. agric. exper. stations 1901/3: 175-176.) 

1902-1904. Meteorological record of Southern Cal. sub- 
station — monthly mean and extremes of tempera- 
ture, with dates of extremes, no. of days 90° or 
over. no. of days 32° or under, rainfall, and weather. 
(Same 1901/3 (p. 1S7)— same 1903/4.) 
AI..AMICDA 

1852-1858. See below, Sacramento; these dates. 
ANDKIISON 

1888-1889. Tabular stmt, of monthly meteorological 
observations taken at Anderson, Shasta Co. — mean 
and extreme temperature and barometer, rainfall, 
and prevailing direction of wind. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1888 (p. 310)— same 1889.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

CArrFORNiA — cont'd 

AUBURN 

1888. Table giving extremes of daily temperature and 
daily rainfall at Auburn. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1888: 286-288.) 

BERKELEY 

1886-1889. Comparative table showing mean tempera- 
ture of each season at Berkeley, extremes of tem- 
perature and humidity, and rainfall for 4 yrs. 
(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 1888/9: 22.) 

1887-1897. Ten yr. synopsis of meteorological observa- 
tions at Berkeley — means and extremes of tempera- 
ture, atmospheric pressure, and relative humidity, 
rainfall, weather, and wind, by mos. (Same 
1895/7: 305.) 

. Climatic conditions of Berkeley. (Univ. Chron- 
icle V. 1: 82-86.) 

1887-1902. The climate of Berkeley; by A. D. Leusch- 
ner. (Same v. 5: 231-234.) 

1888-1894. Synopsis of meteorological observations at 
Berkeley for 7 yrs.; mean and extreme barometer, 
temperature, and humidity, yearly range and 
monthly variation of temperature, precipitation, 
weather, and wind, foldg. table. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. exper. stations 1892/4 n. p.) 

1889. General climatic and topographic features of the 
Bav Region; climate of Berlieley. (Same 1889: 
21-24.) 

1891/2. Synopsis of meteorological observations at 
Berkeley; means and extremes of barometer, tem- 
perature, and humidity each mo., highest and low- 
est daily average, precipitation, weather, and wind, 
foldg. table. (A.R. same 1891/2.) 

1892/3-1903/4. Same; each yr. by mos.: mean and ex- 
tremes of barometer, temperature, and humidity; 
monthly and daily ranges of temperature; precipi- 
tation; weather; and winds, foldg. table. (Same 
1894/5 (n. v.)—same 1903/4.) 

CAMPO 
1889. Weather summary for last 6 mos. of yr. at 
Campo, San Diego Co., giving means and extremes 
of temperature, and rainfall. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1889: 470-471.) 

CHICO 

1885/6-1899/00. Climatic conditions at Chico for 15 
yrs.; tables giving statistics of rainfall each sea- 
son, average seasonal temperature, average ann. 
and extremes. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 
330-331.) 

1887-1889. Tables giving average mo. and seasonal 
temperature and rainfall, as deduced from 14 yrs. 
observation, along with highest and lowest tem- 
perature at Chico, Butte Co. (Trans, state agric, 
socy. 1887 (pp. 351-352)— some 1889.) 

CM I NO 

1889. Comments of Chino weather for the yr. and the 
adaptability of its climate to citrus fruits and beet 
culture. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 463-464.) 

COI.t'.SA roi'NTY 

1888. Seasonal temperatures and rainfall for places in 
Colusa Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1888: 305.) 

1888-1890. Table of meteorological data for Willows, 
Colusa Co., giving moan and extreme mo. tempera- 
ture and range, dates of exlremos, mean, barome- 
ter, rainfall, prevailing wind, and no. of days fair, 
cloudy, etc. (Same 1888 (p. 305)— same 1890.) 

CItESCENT CITY 

1890. Weather auniniary for yr. at Crescent City; 
giving total pre(!lpllallon, clear, fair, cloudy, and 
rainy days, frosts, and prevailing wind for each mo. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 289.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFOUNIA 



63 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

CALin)KNiA — cont'd 
EURKKA 

1887-1889. Table showlnK. by mos.. meteorological con- 
ditions of yr. at Eureka. Humboldt Co.; mean and 
extreme temperatures, days below 32°, mean rela- 
tive humidity, velocity and prevallinR wind, pre- 
cipitation, days clear, cloudy, etc. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1887 (p. 384)— same 1889.) 

1890-1891. Weather summary for yr. at Eureka, giving 
means and extremes of temperature, mean barome- 
ter, dew point, humidity, moan daily range, winds, 
weather, precipitation, and greatest amt. In 24 hrs. 
{Same 1890 (p. 291)— same 1891.) 

1892. Ann. meteorological summary, by mos., at Eu- 
reka, giving means and extremes of temperature, 
precipitation, velocity of and prevailing wind, no. 
of days clear, cloudy, etc., no. of days above 90°, 
and no. below 32°. (Same 1892: 214.) 

1895. Ann. meteorological summary at Eureka, giving 
means and extremes of pressure and temperature, 
dew point, relative humidity, precipitation, velocity 
and direction of wind. no. of days clear, cloudy, 
etc., by mos. {Same 1S95: 186.) 

FORT BIDWELL 

1866-1886. Meteorological rept. of Ft. BIdwell. (9 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1884/6: 178-181.) 

1885/6-1886/7. Meteorological table of Ft. Bidwell, 
showing mean temperature, prevailing wind — direc- 
tion and velocity — at 7 a. m.. 3 p. m., and 11 p. m.; 
greatest daily and mo. ranges of temperature, mean 
mo. dew point; no. of clear, fair, and cloudy days, 
and no. on which rain fell during each mo. (Trans, 
state agrlc. socy. 1886 (pp. 401-402)— same 1887.) 

FORT JONES 

1887-1888. Mo. weather summary near Ft. Jones, Sis- 
kiyou Co., giving mean mo. temperature, same at 
three periods in the day, extremes of temperature, 
rainfall and melted snow. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1888: 317-318.) 

1889-1890. Table giving mean mo. temperature taken 
at sunrise, noon, and sunset, at Walla Walla Creek, 
near Ft. Jones, Siskiyou Co.. extremes of tempera- 
ture, rainfall, and snowfall; also mo. summary. 
{Same 1889 (pp. 416-417)— same 1890.) 
FORT MILLER 

1852-1858. See below, Sacramento; these dates. 

FRESNO 

1888-1891. Ann. meteorological summary of Fresno, by 
mos.. giving mean, extremes, and ranges of barome- 
ter and temperature; mean dew point, relative hu- 
midity, cloudiness and precipitation; velocity and 
directions of winds; no. of days below 32°, no. 
above 90°. no. clear, fair, etc. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1888 (pp. 339-.341)— same 1890.) 

1891-1901. See below Red Bluff; these dates. 

1892. Ann. meteorological summary, by mos., at 
Fresno, giving mean and extremes of temperature, 
precipitation, velocity of and prevailing wind, no. 
of days clear, cloudy, etc., no. of days above 90° 
and below 32°. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1892: 
217.) 

1895. Same. (Some 1895: 187.) 

GEORGETOWN 
1888/9-1889/90. Mo. weather summary at Georgetown, 
El Dorado Co., for yr., giving mean and extremes of 
mo. temperature, rainfall, no. of clear, cloudy, etc., 
days, first frosts and snowfall. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1888: 291-292.) 

GOOSE LAKE VALLEY 

1884/6. See below, Surprise Valley; these dates. 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Cai.ifounia — cont'd 
ril'MI!OIJ>T COUNTY 
1886. A study of the incipient climatic change notable 
in Humboldt Co.; the influence of redwood forests 
upon the flow of streams. (1 bienn. rept. forestry 
bd. 1885/6: 202-206.) 

IIVDESVILLE 

1889. Table giving rainfall and mean and extremes of 
temperature each mo. at HydesviUe. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1889: 419.) 

1890. Weather summary for yr. at HydesviUe. giving 
means and extremes of temperature, precipitation, 
no. of rainy days, light frosts, and killing frosts 
for each mo. (/Some 1890: 290.) 

INDEPENDENCE 
1895. Ann. meteorological summary at Independence, 
showing mean and extremes of temperature and 
pressure, dew point, relative humidity, precipita- 
tion, velocity and direction of wind, no. of days 
clear, cloudy, etc., by mos., and yrly averages. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1895: 188.) 

IOWA HILL 
1888-1891. Summary of weather record at Iowa Hill, 
Placer Co., giving mean and extremes of tempera- 
ture taken at three periods In day, rainfall, and no. 
of clear, fair, cloudy, and rainy days each mo. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1888 (p. 289) — same 
1891.) 

JACKSON 

1892/3-1896/7. Notes on climate of Foothill Station; 
mo. weather rept.; table giving means and extremes 
of temperature each mo. (A.R. agrlc. exper. sta- 
tions 1894/5 (pp. 358-364) — bienn. rept. same 
1895/7.) 

1902-1903. Meteorological record of Foothill substa- 
tions — means and extremes of temperature, no. of 
days 90° or over, no. of days 32° or under, rainfall, 
and weather by mos. {Same 1901/3: 163.) 

KEELER 

1885-1890. Comparative tables giving mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature by mos. and yrs., and pre- 
cipitation by mos., yrs., and seasons, at Keeler, 
Inyo Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 306-307.) 

. Comparative ann. meteorological review of 

Keeler, Inyo Co., giving average and extremes of 
barometer and temperature, range of both, humid- 
ity, dew point, movement and direction of wind, 
precipitation, weather, no. of days over 90° and 
no. under 32°. {Same 1890: 305.) 

1891. Ann. weather summary in all its features at 
Keeler, Inyo Co. {Same 1891: 226.) 

1892. Ann. meteorological summary, by mos., at 
Keeler, giving means and extremes of temperature, 
precipitation, velocity of and prevailing wind, no. 
of days clear, fair, etc., no. of days above 90° and 
below 32°. {Same 1892: 216.) 

LA GRANGE 
1890. Ann. weather summary at La Grange, showing 
mean and extremes of temperature, total precipita- 
tion, no. of rainy days and light frosts, by mos. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 328.) 

LODI 

1889. Mo. synopsis of weather at LodI, San Joaquin 
Co., each yr. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1889: 445- 
446.) 

1890. Ann. weather summary of LodI, San Joaquin Co., 
showing means and extremes of temperature and 
precipitation for each mo. {Same 1890: 311.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Califobnia — cont'd 

LOS ANGELES 

1877-1890. Cumulative comparative tables, giving by 
mos. and yrs., at Los Angeles, means and extremes 
of temperature, prevailing direction of wind, aver- 
age daily movement, and highest velocity, no. of 
days above 90° and below 32°, relative humidity, 
no. clear, etc., days, precipitation; also by seasons 
and beginning and endg. of rainy season. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1888 (pp. 350-355)— same 1890.) 

1891. Ann. mo. weather summary for Los Angeles. 
(Same 1891: 230-231.) 

1891-1901. See below, Red Bluff; these dates. 

1895. Ann. meteorological summary at Los Angeles, 
giving mean and extremes of temperature, and 
pressure, dew point, relative humidity, precipita- 
tion, velocity and direction of wind, no. of days 
clear, cloudy, etc., by mos. and yrly. averages. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1895: 189.) 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY 

1871/3. Climate and diseases of Los Angeles Co. (2 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1871/3: 153-156.) 

LOS GATOS 

1890. Ann. weather summary for Los Gatos, showing 
mean and extremes of temperature and total pre- 
cipitation each mo. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 
321.) 

MARYSVILLE 

1888/9-1889/90. Marysville weather for 16 mos.; table 
giving mean and extremes of mo. temperature, 
rainfall, no. of days clear, fair, etc., and comments. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1888 (pp. 299-301) — same 
1890.) 

MILTON 
1890. Ann. weather summary for North Hill Vineyard, 
Milton, Calaveras Co., showing means and ex- 
tremes of temperature and daily range, rainfall, 
and no. of rainy days, each mo. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1890: 322.) 

MT. IL\MILTON 
1881-1885. Summary of meteorological observations of 
each mo. at Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton — tem- 
perature, rainfall, snow, winds, etc. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1887: 402-405.) 

NAPA 

1890. Ann. weather summary for Napa City, showing 
means and extremes of temperature, total precipi- 
tation, prevailing winds, no. of days clear, fair, 
etc., by mos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 314.) 

NICOLAUS 
188G-1888. Table giving mean and extremes of tem- 
perature each mo., no. of rainy and clear days, 
rainfall in inches, no. of days frost, and prevailing 
wind at Nicolaus, Sutter Co., for 188G and up to 
Apr. 30, 1887. (Trans, state agric. socy. 188C (pp. 
353-354)— same 1889.) 

OAKLAND 

1876-1889. Oakland ann. meteorological review, show- 
ing cliraallc conditions in all Us features for series 
of yrs. — barometer, temperature, ranges, humidity, 
rainfall, frost, winds, etc. (Trans, state agric. 
bocy. 1887 (pp. 410-411)— some 1889.) 

1889. Tables giving moan and extremes of barometer 
at Oakland, mean and extremes of temperature. 
warmoHl and coldest days, greatest dally variation, 
rno. and dally range, and snaHonal temperature!; 
humidity, precipitation, weather, and direction 
from which wind blew, by mos.; also rao. synopsis. 
(Bame 1889: 426-430.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Caiifoenia — cont'd 

OROVILLE 

1884-1887. Climate of Oroville, Butte Co.: tables giving 
mo. and seasonal means and extremes of tempera- 
ture; clear, cloudy, fair and foggy days, rainfall, 
light, heavy, and killing frosts for 4 yrs.; ann. 
summary; also daily mean and extremes of tem- 
perature from Jan., 1886, through Apr., 1887; sum- 
mary of Apr. weather since 1885 and mo. summary 
for 1886; also list of altitudes. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1886: 333-348.) 

1884-1889. Meteorological record for each mo. of yr., 
and mo. summary for period beginning with 1884, 
at Oroville, Butte Co., giving mean and extreme 
temperatures, rainfall, frosts, no. of days clear, 
cloudy, etc. (Same 1887 (pp. 341-348)— same 1889.) 

PASO ROBLES 

1891. Meteorological table of Southern Coast Range 
Station at Paso Robles, giving mean and extreme 
barometer and temperature, precipitation and rela- 
tive humidity each mo. (A.R. agric. exper. station 
1891/2: 152.) 

. Climatic observations near Paso Robles, giving 

mo. summary of weather in all its features at 
Southern Coast Range Station. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1891: 226-227.) 

PERRIS VALLEY 
1894/5. Tabulated weather rept. of Ferris Valley, 
Riverside Co., 6 mos. endg. Mch., 1895; daily tem- 
perature and rainfall each mo. and remarks, foldg. 
table. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1894/5.) 

PLACERVILLE 

1890. Ann. weather summary of Placerville, El Dorado 
Co., giving means and extremes of temperature, 
precipitation, no. of clear, fair, and cloudy days, 
by mos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 311.) 

RED BLUFF 

1877-1887. Table showing Red Bluff weather. (10 
blenn. rept. bd. health 18S6/8: 215.) 

1877-1890. Comparative table giving climatic condi- 
tion of Red liluff, Tehama Co., in all its features, 
for series of yrs. — temperature, rainfall, barometer, 
frosts, winds, range of river, etc. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1S87 (p. 355)— same 1890.) 

1891. Weather summary for yr. at Red Bluff, Tehama 
Co., giving mean and extremes of temperature and 
barometer, wind, rainfall, etc. (Same 1891: 224.) 

1891-1901. Comparative table of means and extremes 
of temperature and rainfall lor 10 yrs. at Red 
Bluff, Sacramento, Fresno, Los Angeles, and S. F. 
(Same 1901: 154.) 

1892. Ann. meteorological summary, by mos., at Red 
Bluff, giving means and extremes of temperature, 
precipitation, velocity of and prevailing wind, no. 
of days clear, cloudy, etc., no. of days over 90° and 
no. below 32°. (Same 1892: 215.) 

1895. Same. (Same 1895: 190.) 

RIVERSIDE 

1887-1888. Summary of weather at Riverside, San Ber- 
nardino Co., for yr. — mean and extremes of mo. 
temperature, rainfall, and prevailing wind. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1887 (p. 422)— same 1888.) 

1888. Riverside weather — comparison of climate with 
points in Cal. and at prominent health resorts. 
(Same 1888: 356-364.) 

1890. Ann. summary of weather at Riverside, showing 
mean and exiremes of temperature, total precipi- 
tation, no. of clear, fair, cloudy, and rainy days, 
light frosts and prevailing winds, by mos. (Same 
1890: 333.) 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 

California — cont'd 

SACKAMKNTO 

1852-1858. Meteorological tables of Sacramento, Ala- 
meda, and Ft. Miller (Fresno Co.); mo. means and 
extremes of barometer, temi)erature and humidity, 
weather, and winds for 1858 and averages and com- 
ments on previous yrs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1858: 302-310.) 

18C0. Abstr. of meteorological observations for ISGO, 
with averages of 8 yrs. at Sacramento. (Same 
1860: 294.) 

18C1. Same: with averages of 9 yrs. at Sacramento. 
(Same 1861: 124.) 

1878-1885. Cumulative comparative weather review of 
vicinity of Sacramento: mean ann. and seasonal 
barometer, temperature, and humidity, ann. and 
seasonal rainfall and velocity of wind; also mo. 
summary. (Same 1881 (pp. 145-148) — same 1885.) 

1878-1888. Table showing comparative weather of Sac- 
ramento. (10 blenn. rept. bd. health 1886/8: 189- 
192.) 

1878-1889. Weather review of Sacramento — cumulative 
comparative tables giving average and extremes of 
barometer and temperature and range of both, 
average relative humidity, winds, rainfall, clear, 
fair, or cloudy days, thunder storms, light and 
killing frosts, days snow fell, etc., for each mo., for 
each season, and summary for each yr. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1885 (pp. 259-275)— same 1S89.) 

1878-1891. Cumulative comparative ann. weather re- 
view of Sacramento, giving climatic conditions in 
all its features for series of yrs.; barometer, tem- 
perature, rainfall, wind, weather, earthquakes, 
frosts, etc. (Same 1890 (p. 280)— some 1891.) 

1885/6. Brief review on meteorological condition of 
Sacramento for each mo. from Jan., 1885, to Aug., 
1886, incl. (9 blenn. rept. bd. health 1884/6: 164- 
169.) 

1886/7-1889/90. Mo. and seasonal summary of weather 
at Sacramento. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (pp. 
288-290)— same 1890.) 

1891-1901. See above. Red Bluff; these dates. 

1892. Ann. weather summary, by mos., at Sacramento, 
giving means and extremes of temperature, precipi- 
tation, velocity, and prevailing winds, no. of days 
clear, cloudy, etc., days above 90° and days below 
32°. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1892: 212.) 

1895. Same. (Same 1895: 191.) 

SACRAMENTO VALLEY 

1840/1-1851/2. Synopsis of seasons in Sacramento Val- 
ley, with comments by Gen. J. Bldwell. (A.R. 
agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 331.) 

1889. Table showing elevation and average tempera- 
ture and rainfall for stations in Sacramento Val- 
ley cos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 319) — 
same 1889.) 

SALINAS VALLEY 

1886-1888. Table showing rainfall and average tem- 
perature for summer and winter in upper Salinas 
Valley from observations of 2 yrs. (Bienn. rept. 
agric. exper. stations 1888/9: 92.) 
SAN BERNARDINO 

1889. Weather summary for San Bernardino for Jan., 
Feb., and Mch., giving mean and extremes of tem- 
perature and barometer, mean humidity, rainfall, 
no. of days on which rain fell, no. of days clear, 
and no. cloudy. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 
460-461.) 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY 

1889. Table showing elevation, average seasonal tem- 
perature, average and extremes of ann. tempera- 
ture, and average seasonal rainfall at stations in 
San Bernardino Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889: 461.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

C AiiFOii.v I A— con t'd 
SAN DIE(iO 
1870/1. Rept. of G. W. Barnes, M. D., on meteorology 
of San Diego. (1 blenn. repi. bd. health 1870/1: 
86-89.) 

1887. Table giving San Diego weather summary by 
mos. — mean and extremes of temperature, no. of 
days above 90°, no. below 32°, mean relative hu- 
midity, velocity of and prevailing wind, rainfall, 
no. of days clear, foggy, etc. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1887: 399.) 

1888. Yrly. summary of weather at San Diego. (Same 
1888: 3G9.) 

1889. Weather summary for San Bernardino for Jan., 
Feb., and Mch., giving mean and extremes of tem- 
perature and barometer, mean humidity, rainfall, 
no. of days on which rain fell, no. of days clear, 
and no. cloudy. (.Some 1889: 4G0-4(;i.) 

1890. Ann. weather summary for San Diego, showing 
mean and extremes of temperature, variations, 
days above 90°, days below 32°, total rainfall, 
greatest rainfall In 24 hrs., wind velocity, no. of 
clear, fair cloudy and rainy days, by mos. (Same 
1890: 336.) 

1892. Same. (Same 1892: 219.) 
1895. Same. (Same 1895: 194.) 

SAN DIEGO COUNTY 
1870/1. Abstr. of rept. of D. B. Hoffman on medical 
topography etc., of San Diego Co. (1 bienn rept. 
bd. health 1870/1: 83-86.) 

1889. The San Felipe Sink, San Diego Co., and Its in- 
teresting details as a health resort; article taken 
from " American Meteorological Journal " for Mch. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1888: 410-411.) 

1889-1890. Weather summary tor last 6 mos. of 1889 
at Julian, San Diego Co., giving means and ex- 
tremes of temperature and rainfall. (Same 1889 
(p. 471)— some 1890.) 
Whole yr. given In 1890. 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1871-1887. Ann. meteorological review, showing cli- 
matic conditions in all its features at S. F. (10 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1886/8: 212-213.) 

1872-1890. S. F. ann. meteorological review, showing 
climatic conditions in all its features for series of 
yrs. — barometer, temperature, ranges, rainfall, dew 
point, earthquakes, etc. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1888 (pp. 330-331)— sa7He 1890.) 

1874/5. Remarks on climate of S. F. and of Cal., with 
special relation to pulmonary disorders; by H. 
Gibbons. (3 bienn. rept. bd. health 1874/5: 235- 
242.) 

. Rept. on climate of S. F. ; with map of Sacra- 
mento, San Joaquin, and Tulare valleys. (3 saine 
1874/5: 110-112.) 

1887-1888. Table showing by mos. meteorological con- 
ditions for yr. at S. F. — mean and extremes of tem- 
perature, no. of days above 90°, no. below 32°, 
mean relative humidity, prevailing wind and high- 
est velocity, rainfall, no. of days fair, etc. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1887 (p. 416)— .?anie 1888.) 

1890. Some information as to work of branch signal 
service office at S. F.; bulls. 1-4, gotten out to de- 
fine technical meteorological terms, and for infor- 
mation as to character of various forms of atmos- 
pheric disturbances with special reference to Pa- 
cific States. (Same 1890: 358-364.) 

1891. Weather summary In all its features for yr. at 
S. F. (Same 1891: 224.) 

1891-1901. See above. Red Bluff; these dates. 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 

C AUFOBNIA — cont' d 
SAX FKANXISCO— cont'd 
1892. Ann. meteorological summary, by mos., at S. F., 
giving means and extremes of temperature, pre- 
cipitation, velocity of and prevailing winds, no. of 
clear, cloudy, etc., days, no. of days above 90°, and 
no. below 32°. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1892: 213.) 
1895. Same. {Same 1895: 192.) 

SAX JOAQUIN VALLEY 
1871/3. Rept. on medical topography, climatology, etc., 
of San Joaquin Valley. (2 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1871/3: 103-141.) 

1889. Tables showing elevation and average tempera- 
ture and rainfall for stations in San Joaquin Valley 
cos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 320) — 
same 1889.) 

1902-1904. Meteorological record at San Joaquin Val- 
ley substation — mo. mean and extremes of temper- 
ature, with dates of extremes, no. of days 90° or 
over, no. of days 32° or under, rainfall, and weather, 
(Rept. agric. exper. stations 1901/3 (p. 180) — same 
1903/4.) 

SAX LUIS OBISPO 
1885-1889. Table showing no. of days upon which rain 
fell and upon which snow fell, no. of days having 
frost, no. of days fair, clear, cloudy, highest ve- 
locity of wind, and mean temperature for each mo. 
at San Luis Obispo. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1888 (p. 345)— same 1889.) 

1890. Ann. weather summary for Steele Station, San 
Luis Obispo Co., showing mean and extremes of 
temperature and total precipitation for each mo. 
(Same 1890: 327.) 

1895. Ann. meteorological summary at San Luis 
Obispo, giving extremes and means of temperature 
and pressure, dew point, relative humidity, pre- 
cipitation, velocity, and direction of wind, no. of 
days clear, cloudy, etc., by mos. and yrly. aver- 
ages. (Same 1895: 193.) 

SANTA BARBARA 

1870/1. Rept. of M. H. Biggs on vital statistics and 
medical topography of Sta. Barbara. (1 blenn. rept. 
bd. health 1870/1: 75-83.) 

1885-1887. General review of weather of Sta. Barbara 
— tables giving mo. and ann. rainfall and mean and 
extremes of temperature; also mean and extremes 
of temperature for each day from Jan. 1, 188C, to 
Apr. 30, 1887. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886: 380- 
391.) 

1885-1889. Comparative ann. summary of Sta. Barbara 
weather, giving mean and extremes of mo. tempera- 
ture, mean of warmest and coldest day, and rain- 
fall, by mos. (iSome 1888 (pp. 346-347)— sa?)ie 
1889.) 

1886/8. Climate comparisons of Sta. Barbara with that 
of San Remo and Mentone. (10 blenn. rept. bd. 
health 1886/8: 222-223.) 

1888. Same. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1888: 347-349.) 

. Weather for Feb. In Sta. Barbara — highest, low- 
est, and mean daily temperature. (Same 1887: 
420.) 

1890-1891. Ann. summary of weather at Sta. Barbara, 
Bhowlng mean and extremes of temperature, rain- 
fall, movement of wind, relative humidity, and no. 
of clear, fair, and cloudy days, by mos. (Same 
1890 (p. 327)— same 1891.) 

8ANTA CLARA 
1890. Ann. weather summary for Sta. Clara, Bhowlng 
moanH and extremes of temperature, no. of rainy 
days and light frosts, by mos. (Trans, state ngrlc. 
socy. 1890: 321.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

California — cont'd 

SANTA MARIA 
1890. Ann. weather summary for Sta. Maria, showing 
mean and extremes of temperature, no. of days 
clear, cloudy, etc., rainfall, light and killing frosts, 
and prevailing winds, by mos. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1890: 326.) 

SANTA MONICA 

1896/7-1897/8. Notes on climate at Sta. Monica; tables 
giving statistics of rainfall, by mos., also mo. 
means and extremes of temperature; comparison 
with Los Angeles and Pomona. (A.R. agric. exper. 
stations 1897/8: 341-342.) 

1902-1904. Meteorological record at Sta. Monica for- 
estry station — mo. means and extremes of tempera- 
ture, dates of extremes, no. of days 90° or over, 
no. of days 32° or under, rainfall, and weather. 
(Same 1901/3 (p. 199)— so/rte 1903/4.) 

SONOMA 
1889/90. Seasonal summary of weather at Sonoma, 
showing means and extremes of temperature, total 
precipitation, prevailing winds, and no. of days 
clear, fair, etc., by mos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1890: 316.) 

STOCKTON 

1854-1855. Meteorological observations made at state 
insane asylum, Stockton. (Rept. Insane asylum 
1854 (pp. 35-48)- some 1855.) 

SURPRISE VALLEY 
1884/6. Rept. on topography, botany, climatology, and 
diseases of Surprise and Goose Lake Valleys. (9 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1884/6: 170-209.) 

SUSANVILLE 

1889-1890. Weather rept. of Susanville, Lassen Co., 
giving mean and extremes of temperature, rainfall, 
and snowfall, by mos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889 (p. 412)— sa?ne 1890.) 

SUTTER CREEK 
1887-1889. Comparative table giving rainfall and mean 
and extremes of temperature at Sutter Creek, Ama- 
dor Co., by mos. and yrs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889 (p. 379)— same 1889.) 

SWKE'i'WATEIl DAM 

1889. Weather summary for last G mos. at Sweetwater 
Dam, San Diego Co., giving mean and extremes of 
temperature, rainfall, and prevailing wind. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1889: 471.) 

1890. Ann. weather summary for Sweetwater Dam, 
San Diego Co., showing mean and extremes of tem- 
perature, total precipitation, no. of clear, fair, and 
cloudy days, frosts, and prevailing winds, by mos. 
(Same 1890: 337.) 

VACAVILLB 
1890. Ann. weather summary at Vacavllle, Solano Co.. 
showing means and extremes of temperature, total 
precipitation, and no, of rainy days, by mos. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 312.) 

VISALIA 

1888-1890. Comparative table giving no. of rainy days 
and average rainfall, extremes and average tem- 
perature, extremes of barometer, no. of clear and 
no. of cloudy days, by mos. and yrs. (A.R. bd. 
hortlc. 1892: 299.) 

1890. Climatic features and peculiarities of VIsalla. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 324-325.) 

WHEATLAND 
1887-1800. Table giving moans and extremes of mo. 
tempcraturo and rainfall at Wheatland. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1888 (pp. 299, 322)— same 1890.) 
Nu. u( rainy Unj'H and prcviillInK wind odilcd in 18U0. 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 

California— cont'd 

YOI.O COUNTY 
1891. Table giving moan average mo. temperature at 
various points In Yolo Co. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 1891: 
313.) 

yrnA county 
1888. Climate of Yuba and Sutter cos. compared with 
that of eastern and southern Cal. (Trans, state 
socy. 1888: 301-303.) 

Nevada 

1879-1 88G. Wind velocity, temperature, rainfall, clear, 
fair, cloudy, and days rain fell at Carson City. Nov., 
from 1879. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886: 405- 
406.) 

1891-1892. Ann. weather summary at Carson City., 
Nev., by mos., giving means and extremes of tem- 
perature, date of extremes, mo. and daily range, 
precipitation, days on which rain fell, etc. (Same 
1891 (p. 246)— same 1892.) 

Oregon 

1891-1892. Ann. weather summary at Roseburg, Ore. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1891 (p. 245) — same 
1892.) 
Cyclones 

1890. Charts of Pacific Coast cyclone tracks and pre- 
cipitation; the blackboard weather map and the 
daily weather map and its use in state; by J. P. 
Finley, lieut. signal corps. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1890: 340-354.) 
Drought 

1864-1871. Lessons of drought of 1863 and 1864; com- 
parison of conditions then and those of drought of 
past 2 yrs.; agric. expansion, diversity of products, 
fruits, and stock. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 
3-9; 45-55.) 

1871. The drought of this season proves necessity of 
adoption of some general plan of irrigation and 
reclamation throughout each of large open valleys 
of state; immediate consideration of the subject by 
legisl. commended. (Same 1870/1: 25-26.) 
Floods 

1850. Floods prevalent. (Govs. ann. mess. 1851.) 

1861. Co. surveyor on flood in Yolo Co. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1862: 98-100.) 

. Letters on flood In Stanislaus Co. (Same 1862: 

100-102.) 

1862. Rept. on no. of valuable works injured by flood. 
(Assem. jol. 13 sess. pp. 186-188.) 

. Flood statistics showing extent of floods of 1862, 

as compared with those of former yrs. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1862: 42-44.) 
Frosts 

1890-1895. Southern Coast Range Station; compara- 
tive table showing spring frosts; minimums and 
dates. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1894/5: 374.) 

1893-1896. Table giving statistics of killing frosts; 
their no. and intensity, at Foothill Station. (Same 
1895/7: 327.) 

1894-1899. Notes on climate at Tulare Station; table 
giving no. of severe frosts, by mos. (Same 1897/8: 
294-295.) 

1895. Frost: how and when to prevent Injury thereby; 
table of temperature at which various plants are 
liable to receive injury from frosts. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1895: 195-201.) 

1896. Table giving winter and spring frosts at Tulare. 
(Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 1895/7: 353.) 

Rainfall 

1870/1. Chart of rainfall on C. P. R.R. and vicinity, 
through Cal., Nev., and Utah. (1 bienn. rept. bd. 
health 1870/1 foldg. chart facing 74.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

1S85/6. Mo. rainfall averages on Pacific Coast. (9 
same 1884/6: 158-163.) 

1886/7. Rainfall table for entire Pacific Coast and 
Nev., giving mo. rainfall for each point named, 
total for season of 1886/7 and total for last season. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1886: 306-311.) 

1887. Mo. rainfall table for entire Pacific Coast and 
Nev., giving also ann. and normal precipitation. 
(Savie 1887: 432-436.) 

. The arid region — Greely's stmt, of rainfall be- 
yond the Mississippi. (Same 1887: 471-472.) 

California 

Tho followlnc miilorlnl rclntps to rainfall speclflcally. 
See also Reneral irroup. above, lilKlcr climate, 

1849-1866/7. Table showing amt. of rain falling at dif- 
ferent points in state every winter. (Bienn. rept. 
surveyor gen. 1865/7: 46.) 

1849/50-1884/5. Comparative summary of seasonal 
rainfall at 20 stations, extending from San Diego to 
Siskiyou, and from S. P. to Georgetown. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 246)— same 1885.) 

1862-1892. Table giving mo. and ann. average rainfall, 
In Inches, at different weather bureau stations in 
Cal.; also maximum seasonal amt. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1892: 31.) 

1866/7. Table of rainfall for winter of 1866/7. (Bienn. 
rept. surveyor gen. 1865/7: 45.) 

1870-1871. Comparative table showing rainfall at va- 
rious stations of Central Pacific, Cal. Pacific, S. F., 
North Pacific, Cal. and Ore., and San Joaquin Val- 
ley r.rs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 356- 
357.) 

1878. The rainfall in Cal. Its distribution, its period- 
icity and its probabilities; by G. F. Becker. 10 pp. 
(Univ. of Cal. Bull. 31.) 

1879. Tables showing comparison betw. average mo. 
and quarterly rainfall in great valleys of Cal. with 
that over some of irrigation regions of other coun- 
tries. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4: 18-19.) 

. Table showing average mo. rainfall on east side 

of great central valley of Cal. (Same 1878/9 pt 4: 
21.) 

1884-1886. Tabular stmts, giving rainfall for Jan., 1886, 
for each place named from Ft. Jones on north to 
Poway on south, together with total rainfall for 
season 1884/5 up to Feb. 1, and rainfall for last 
season; also average Jan. and seasonal rainfall, as 
obtained from series of yrs., with rainfall for sea- 
son and mo. endg. Jan. 31, 1886. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1885: 258-259.) 

1885/6. Table showing rainfall and melted snow for 
each mo. during season. (9 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1884/6: 152-157.) 

. Rainfall table for Cal. at 135 different points, 

giving average rainfall for Feb. for from 1 to 37 
yrs., and total for yr.; also average of many sea- 
sons up to and including last day of Feb., along 
with total for season up to Mch. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1885: 260-262.) 

1886-1888. Seasonal rainfall at certain named stations. 
(10 bienn. rept. bd. health 1886/8: 206-211.) 

[1889.] Table showing average mo. rainfall, together 
with yrly. average, and greatest amt. that has ever 
been precipitated during any season, as also least 
amt. at 60 places in Cal. — average mean calculated 
from data of from 5 to 40 yrs. (9 A.R. state miner- 
alogist 1888/9: 314-315.) 

. Record showing average rainfall for each mo., 

along with yrly. average, and greatest amt. that 
has ever been precipitated in any season, also least 
amt. for all stations in Cal.; data compiled by Gen. 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

Calitor.nia — cont'd 
A. W. Greely from many yrs. of observation. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 188S (pp. 384-390) — same 
1889.) 
1893. Rainfall for yr. at voluntary observer stations 
and stations of light-house dept. (Same 1893: 193.) 

ARCATA 

1886/7-1889/90. Comparative table giving rainfall at 

Areata, Humboldt Co., by mos. and seasons. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890 (pp. 292-293)— some 

1890.) 

CniXO VALLEY 
1893/4-1898/9. Table showing mo. rainfall in Chino 

Valley. (A.R. agric. esper. stations 1897/8: 309.) 

COLCSA 
1872-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Colusa, giving mo., ann., and seasonal rainfall; 
also totals and averages for whole period. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 242)— same 1890.) 

I:L DORADO COUNTY 

1879-1S90. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Placerville, El Dorado Co., giving seasonal, ann., 
and mo. rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 240) — 
same 1890.) 

FOLSOM 

1871-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Folsom, Sacramento Co., giving mo., ann., and 
seasonal rainfall; also totals and averages for 
whole period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 
238)— sa7ne 1890.) 

roKT ROSS 

1874-1890. Rainfall record at Ft. Ross, Sonoma Co., by 
mos., yrs. and seasons. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889 (p. 422)— same 1890.) 

(JKORGETOWN 

1872-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Georgetown, El Dorado Co., giving ann., seasonal, 
and mo. rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 240) — 
game 1890.) 

CRASS VALLKY 

1873-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Grass Valley, Nevada Co., giving ann., seasonal, 
and mo. rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 241) — 
same 1890.) 

HYDESVILLE 

1888. Yrly. rainfall summary at Hydesville. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1888: 321.) 
IOWA im.L 
1879-1890. Comparative rainfall table at Iowa Hill, 

Placer Co., giving mo., ann., and seasonal rainfall. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1888 (p. 289) — same 

1890.) 
1889/90-1895/6. Comparative table giving statistics of 

seasonal rainfall at Foothill station. (Blenn. rept. 

agric. exper. stations 1895/7: 326.) 
1897/8-1898/9. Notes on climate at Foothill station; 

tables giving statistics of mo. rainfall and of frosts. 

(Hame 1897/8: 267-268.) 

LAKE la<;i;nitas 
1880-1902. Comparative table showing mo., yriy., and 

Bcaaonal rainfall at Lake Lagunltas. (Trans, state 

agric. socy. 1901: 267.) 

LODI 
1887-1890. Comparative table giving mo. and ann. 
rainfall at LodI, San .loariuln Co. (Trans, state 
ogrlc. bocy. 1889 (p. 447)— same 1890.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

CAirroRN lA — cont'd 
LOS ANGELES 
1872-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Los Angeles — mo., ann., and seasonal. (Trans. 
state agric. socy. 1S88 (p. 354)— some 1S90.) 
1877-18S6. Cumulative comparative rainfall table at 
Los Angeles, giving mo., ann., and seasonal rain- 
fall; also averages and totals for whole period. 
(Same 1884 (p. 233)— same 1886.) 
1878-1891. Comparative table giving mo., ann., and 
average precipitation at Los Angeles. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1892: 138.) 
1893/4-1897/8. See below, these dates; Santa Monica. 

MARYSVILLE 

1882-1886. Cumulative comparative rainfall tables for 
Marysville, Yuba Co., giving mo., ann., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also totals and averages tor whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 242) — 
same 1886.) 

MERCED CITY 

1877-1892. Comparative table giving seasonal rainfall 
at Merced City from 1877 to 1887 and mo. rainfall 
from 1887. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 158.) 

MT. HAMILTON 

1880/1-1888/9. Comparative table giving mo. and ann. 
rainfall at Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1889: 442.) 

NICOLAUS 

1877/8-1887/8. Comparative table of mo. and seasonal 
rainfall at Nicolaus, Sutter Co. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1887: 325.) 

OAKLAND 

1873-1S89. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Oakland, Alameda Co., giving mo., ann., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 236) — 
same 1889.) 

OROVII.LE 
1884-1888. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Oroville, giving nio., ann., and seasonal rainfall; 
also totals and averages for whole period. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1885 (p. 251) — same 1888.) 

PASO R0I5LES 
1897/8-1902/3. Table giving seasonal rainfall at Paso 
Robles, by mos. (Rept. agric. exper. stations 
1901/3: 175.) 

I'OMONA 
1893/4-1894/5. Table giving mo. rainfall at Southern 
Cal. Station for 2 yrs. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 
1894/5: 423.) 
1893/4-1897/8. See below, Santa Monica; these dates. 

PRINCETON 

1875-1887. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Princeton, Colusa Co., giving mo., ann., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 243) — 
same 1887.) 

RED HLUKE 

1877-1887. Rainfall at Red Bluff for each calendar yr. 
and rainfall by seasons. (10 blenn. rept. bd. health 
1880/8: 216.) 

1877-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Rod Uluff. Tchatna Co., giving mo., ann., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 243) — 
same 1890.) 

1877-1S94. Graphic plalos sliowing mo. r.ainfall at Red 
Uluft nn<l K:u;rnnionto from Oct. till .hinc, given In 
two periods, 1877-1887 and 1887-1894. (Rept. comr. 
public works 1893/4 plates 1-4.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

rAi.uoHNiA — cont'd 
HIVKKSinE 
1880-18S9. Comparative table Riving ann. rainfall at 

Riverside. (Trans, state asrlc. sory. 1883: 460.) 
1880-1890. Comparative rainfall record by mos., yrs.. 
and seasons at Riverside. (Same 1890: 334.) 

SACHAMKNTO 
1849-1874. Comparative rain table of Sacramento, ar- 
ranged according to seasons, showing amt. of rain 
In inches, of each mo. of yr.. and for each rainy 
season; also no. of rainy and foggy days during 
which amt. of rain fell in each mo. In same period. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1S74: 237-239.) 

. Tables of rainy days and rain at Sacramento and 

S. P. (3 bienn. rept. bd. health 1874/5: 100-102.) 

1849-1886. Rainfall at Sacramento. (9 same 1884/6: 
169.) 

1849-1888. Rainfall from Sept., 1849, to Sept., 1888, 
at Sacramento. (10 same 18SG/8: 201.) 

. Rainfall for spring, summer, autumn, winter, 

and total for each yr. at Sacramento. (10 same 
1886/8: 199.) 

1849-1889. Cumulative comparative table giving rain- 
fall for each season in yr., ann. rainfall, and sea- 
sonal, at Sacramento. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1886 (p. 283)— sawie 1889.) 

1849-1891. Cumulative comparative table giving mo., 
seasonal, and ann. rainfall of Sacramento, and 
totals and averages for whole period. (Same 1881 
(p. 145)— same 1891.) 

1849/50-1860/1. Table of rains at Sacramento City, ar- 
ranged according to seasons, showing amt. in 
Inches each mo., etc. (Same 1860: 295.) 

1849/50-1861/2. Table of rains at Sacramento 

(Same 1861: 125.) 

1849/50-1868/9. Table giving data of first and last 
rains, and of beginning and endg. of each rainy 
season; also amt. of rain which fell before end of 
yr. and amt. after end of yr., in each season, for 
Sacramento and S. F., also for Red Dog from 1861 
to 1865, Vacaville 1868/9, and Shingle Spring for 
1866/7. (Same 1868/9: 237.) 

1849/50-1871/2. Cumulative comparative table of rains 
at Sacramento, arranged according to seasons, 
showing amt. in inches each mo., also mean quan- 
tity for each mo. and mean ann. amt. (Same 1859 
(p. 352)— same 1872.) 

1850-1863. Comparative table showing ann. amt. of 
rain at Sacramento, in inches, ann. assessment of 
real and personal property in state, and ann. re- 
ceipts into state treasury, as collected upon prop- 
erty thus assessed, and all other sources. (Same 
1863: 263.) 

1850-1889. Table giving daily normal precipitation at 
Sacramento. (Same 1887 (p. 283)- some 1889.) 

1852/3-1885/6. Cumulative comparative tables giving 
amt. of rainfall and no. of days rain fell in each 
mo. of each season of yr., total for each season and 
each yr. ; also mean temperature for each mo., each 
season, and total for yr., at Sacramento. (Same 
1882 (pp. 138-148)— same 1885.) 

1861/2. Table giving inches of rain falling at Sacra- 
mento during mos. of Dec, 1861, and Jan., 18G2; 
also mean of thermometer during same time. (A. 
R. surveyor gen, 1862: 49.) 

1877-1889. Table giving date and total amt. of heaviest 
rainfalls at Sacramento each yr. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1888 (p. 264)— some 1889.) 

1878-1885. Table giving total no. of clear, fair, and 
cloudy days, and no. of days on which rain was pre- 
cipitated at Sacramento. (9 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1884/6: 167.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

Calikounia — cont'd 

SACRAMENTO VALLEY 

1843-1883. Rain phenomena of Sacramento Valley; by 
Prof. A. F. Codiiard. (Trans, state agric. Hocy. 
1883: 183-195.) 

1880-1887. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Reed's R.R. Camp, Tipper Sacramento River, giving 
mo., ann., and seasonal rainfall; also totals and 
averages for whole period. (Same 1884 (p. 244) — 
same 1887.) 

No returns In ISS.'S una 1880. 
SALINAS 

1872-1889. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Salinas, Monterey Co., giving ann., mo., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also averages and totals for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 234) — 
some 1889.) 

1872/3-1889/90. Tables giving ann,, mo., and total 
rainfall at Salinas City since 1872, and mean and 
extreme temperature since 1885. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1892: 172.) 

SAN BERNARDINO 

1870-1890. Cumulative comparative table of rainfall 
at San Bernardino, San Bernardino Co., giving mo., 
ann., and seasonal rainfall; also totals and aver- 
ages for same period. (Trans, state agrlc. socy, 
1885 (p. 244)— same 1890.) 
SAN DIEOO 

1871-1888. Cumulative comparative rainfall table at 
San Diego, giving mo., ann., seasonal rainfall, and 
totals and averages for whole period. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 233)— .some 1888.) 

1872-1901. Comparative table showing ann. rainfall in 
city of San Diego. (Same 1901: 363.) 
SAN niEGO COUNTY 

1878-1887. Cumulative comparative rainfall table at 
Poway, San Diego Co., giving mo., ann., seasonal, 
and totals and averages for whole period. (Trans, 
state agrlc. socy. 1884 (p. 2S2)same 1887.) 
SAN FRANCISCO 

1849-1874. See above, Sacramento; these dates. 

1849-1875. Comparative rain table of S. F., arranged 
according to seasons, showing amt. of rain, in 
inches, of each mo., and for each rainy season; 
also no. of rainy and foggy days during which amt. 
of rain fell in each mo. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1874 (pp. 234-236)— some 1875.) 

1849-1890. Cumulative comparative table showing mo., 
ann., and seasonal rainfall; also totals for whole 
period at S. F. (Same 1884 (p. 235)—same 1890.) 

1849/50-1868/9. See above, Sacramento; these dates. 

1849/50-1876/7. Diagram and table showing relation 
betw. amt. of rain falling before and after Jan. 1, 
in each yr. in S. F. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1877: 
111-112.) 

1850-1871. Comparative tables showing amt. of rain In 
each mo. in S. F. ; total amt. in each rainy season; 
also maximum and minimum rain in each mo. and 
average quantity for whole period. (Same 1868/9 
(p. 236)— some 1870/1.) 

1850/1-1863/4. Comparative table showing amt. of 
rain at S. P., in Inches, of each mo. and each yr. 
for series of yrs.; also total amt. for each corre- 
sponding mo., whole amt. during that time, mean 
amt. for each mo., and mean yrly. amt. (Same 
1863: 204.) 

1877/8-1894/5. Comparative table showing rainfall at 
S. F. for series of yrs., and crop of wheat raised. 
(Same 1887 (p. 244)— some 1895.) 
SAN .TOAQUIN 

1870/1-1886/7. Table giving ann. and mo. rainfall In 
San Joaquin. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 223.) 



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INDEX TO DOCroiENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Rainfall — cont'd 

Califobnia — cont'd 

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY 
1851-1857. Comparative tables giving mo. rainfall in 

San Joaquin Valley. (Trans, state agric. socy. 

1858: 344.) 

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY 
1869/70-1888/9. Comparative table giving ann. and mo. 

rainfall at San Luis Obispo. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 18SS (p. 344)— same 1889.) 
1888. Climate of San Luis Obispo Co.; table comparing 

rainfall with other points in Cat. and U. S. (Same 

1888: 342-345.) 

SAN RAFAEL 
1875/6-1900/1. Comparative rainfall table of San 

Rafael, giving mo., yrly., and seasonal rainfall. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1901: 267.) 

SANTA BARBARA 

1868-1891. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Sta. Barbara, giving ann., mo., and seasonal rain- 
fall; also average and totals for whole period. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 293)— same 

1891.) 

Not found In yrs. 1S88-1890. 
1870-1886. Observations and tabular stmts, of seasonal 
rainfall near Sta. Baraba. {Same 1885 (pp. 256- 
258)— same 1886.) 

SANTA MONICA 
1893/4-1897/8. Comparative rainfall stmt., in inches, 
at Sta. Monica, Los Angeles, and Pomona. (A.R. 
agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 341.) 

SANTA ROSA 

1853/4-1891. Table giving ann. rainfall in inches at 
Sta. Rosa, since its early settlement. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1892: 274.) 

1854-1901. Comparative table showing ann. rainfall at 
Sta. Rosa for series of yrs. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 422.) 

1875/G-1880/1. Rept. of ann. rainfall at Sta. Rosa. (2 
A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1881: 30.) 
SCOTT VALLEY 

1859-1890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Scott Valley, Siskiyou Co., giving mo., ann., and 
seasonal rainfall; also totals and averages for 
whole period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 
245)— same 1890.) 

SHASTA 
1892. Average mo. rainfall, in inches, at different 
points In Shasta Co. for a period of 5 yrs. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1892: 259.) 

SIIINOLE SPRINGS 
1849-1868. Comparative table showing mo., ann., and 
seasonal rainfall at Shingle Springs, El Dorado 
Co.; also totals and averages for whole period. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1884: 239.) 
SISKIYOU COUNTY 
1892. Table giving average mo. rainfall at dlffnront 
points In Siskiyou Co. for a period of 10 yrs (A. 
R. bd. hortic. 1892: 266.) 

SOLANO <OUNTY 

1882-1892(7). Table giving average mo. rainfall, cov- 
ering period of 10 yrs., at different points In Solano 
Co. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 269.) 
SONOMA 

1885/6-1889/90. Comparative summary of rainfall at 
Sonoma, by seasons and mos. (Trans, state agric. 
Bocy. 1890: 317.) 

STOCKTON 

18491890. Comparative tabic giving rainfall at Stock- 
ton, by mos., yrs., and seasons. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1890: 423-425.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Rainfall — cont'd 

CALFFonxLV- — cont'd 

STOCKTON — cont'd 

1870-1900. Comparative table showing mo. and yrly. 

rainfall at Stockton. (Same 1901: 373.) 
1871/2-1879/80. Comparative table giving ann. rainfall 

at Stockton. (1 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. rev. ed. 

1880: 25.) 

TULARE 
1892/3-1896/7. Table giving mo. rainfall at Tulare 
Station. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1894/5 (p. 
457) — bieun. rept. same 1895/7.) 

UKIAH 
1877-1891. Tables giving mo., ann., average, and sea- 
sonal precipitation at Ukiah, Mendocino Co. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1892: 151-152.) 

VACAVILLE 
1880-1890. Cumulative comparative table of rainfall at 
Vacaville, Solano Co., giving ann., seasonal, and 
mo. rainfall; also totals and averages for the whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 296) — 
same 1890.) 

VALLEY SPRINGS 
1887-1890. Rainfall table of Valley Springs, giving 
rainfall, by mos., yrs., and seasons. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1890: 294.) 

VISALIA 
1877-1887. Cumulative comparative rainfall table for 
Visalia, Tulare Co., giving mo., ann., and seasonal 
rainfall; also totals and averages for whole period. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 234) — savie 
1887.) 

No returns in 1885 and 1S80. 
1888-1890. Comparative rainfall table for Visalia, giv- 
ing rainfall by yrs. and mos. (Same 1890: 325.) 

WEAVERVILLE 

1871/2-1883/4. Comparative table, giving by mos. and 
seasons, amt. of rainfall and melted snow precipi- 
tated at Weaverville, Trinity Co. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1883: 163.) 

1871/2-1886/7. Comparative table, showing mo., sea- 
sonal, and ann. rainfall at Weaverville, Trinity Co., 
total rain and snowfall for whole period. (Sam,e 
1887 (p. 385)— sa?ne 1887.) 

WEST BUTTE 
1879-1890. Cumulative comparative table of rainfall at 
West Butte, Sutter Co., giving ann., seasonal, and 
mo. rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
periods. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1885 (p. 251) 
—same 1890.) 

WOODLAND 

1872/3-1890/1. Comparative table, giving ann., mo., 
and seasonal rainfall at Woodland, Yolo Co. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1892: 314.) 

18731890. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Woodland, Yolo Co., giving mo., ann., and seasonal 
rainfall, and totals and averages for the whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887 (p. 322) 
—same 1890.) 

YREKA 
1872-1886. Cumulative comparative rainfall table of 
Yreka. Siskiyou Co., giving mo., ann., and sea- 
sonal rainfall; also totals and averages for whole 
period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (p. 244) — 
same 1886.) 

Snowfall 

1890. Cal. snowslldes: storms and avalanches in a 
Mona Co. town. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 
491-492.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



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CLIMATE— cont'd 
Temperature 

1887. Table glvlnp: moan nio. and ann. temperature at 
Southern Pacitic stations In Cal., Nev., Utah, Ariz., 
N. M., and Te.xas; al.so highest and lowest tem- 
perature observed and lowest Jan. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1887: 428-431.) 

California 

1854-1877. The climate of Cal.: temperature distribu- 
tions of Interior valleys of state, and effects tho 
great deserts of Cal. and Nev. h(ive upon It; con- 
clusions drawn from 25 yrs'. observation by B. B. 
Redding. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1877: 123-140.) 
Ilpprlntod In Trnnsnctlons of 1885. 

1859. Hot wave of 1859 In Cal.; birds drop down dead 
from trees, and the wind burns up the earth like a 
sirocco. (Same 1889: 487-490.) 

1869/70-1889/90. Comparative table giving date of first 
and last light and killing frosts; also mlnlmhim 
temperature of each, and date of blooming fruit 
trees each yr. for series of yrs. (Same 1886 (p. 
287)— same 1890.) 

1871. Table of temperature and humidity in S. P., 
Sacramento. Summit, and Truckee. (4 bienn. rept. 
bd. health 1876/7: 51.) 

1871-1885. Table showing rainfall and average and ex- 
treme temperature for summer and winter in Sierra 
foothills of Central Cal.. from observations of 15 
yrs. on Central Pacific R.R. stations. (Bienn. rept. 
agrlc. exper. stations 1888/9: 54.) 

1876. Tables showing mean temperature and humidity 
at S. F., Sacramento. Sta. Barbara, Newport, Sta. 
Cruz. Los Angeles, and Atlas Peak. (4 bienn. rept. 
bd. health 1876/7: 86-92.) 

1876/7. Chart of temperature and humidity of S. F., 
Sta. Cruz, Sta. Barbara, Sta. Monica. Los Angeles, 
San Diego, and Sacramento. (4 same 1876/7 facing 
p. 40.) 

1885. Comparative seasonal temperature tables for 
Cal., other portions of U. S., and health resorts In 
Europe and Mexico. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 
1885: 263-264.) 

1885-1889. Table giving general temperature of places 
outside of U. S. for comparison with that of Cal. 
(Same 1886 (p. 357)— same 1889.) 

1886-1888. Mo. and ann. mean temperature at certain 
named points in Cal. (10 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1886/8: 202-203.) 

1888. Northern Cal. temperature; by J. A. Barwick. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1887: 285-287.) 

. Extracts from newspapers re. cold wave of Jan. 

— the coldest weather in state since 1854. (Same 

1887 (pp. 303-312)— same 1888.) 
1888-1890. Comparison of minimum temperature for 

Jan. and Feb. for 3 yrs. of two citrus belts of Cal. 

(Same 1889: 479-483.) 
1893/4-1897/8. Notes on climate of Southern Coast 

Range; table giving daily mean and extremes of 

temperature each mo. and dates of extremes. (A. 

R. agrlc. exper. stations 1894/5 (pp. 371-373) — 

same 1897/8.) 

cniNO 

1889. Wkly. averages of temperature at Chino, San 
Bernardino Co. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1889: 
463.) 

FORT BIDWELL 
1866/7-1885/6. Comparative meteorological table for 
Ft Bldwell, showing mean and extremes of tem- 
perature, prevailing winds, and rainfall in inches, 
by mos. and yrs.; also mean mo. temperature for 
20 yrs. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1886: 397-400.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Temperature — cont'd 

Califoiima — cont'd 
FUKSNO COUNTY 
1879-1881. Mo. records of mean and extremes of tem- 
perature made by F. L. Eisen at Eisen Vineyard, 
Fresno Co. (2 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1881: 55.) 
1881/2. Mo. record of mean and extremes of tempera- 
ture at Washington Irrigated Colony, Fresno Co., 
from Sept., 1881, to Feb., 1882. (2 same 1881: 56.) 

LAKIO COUNTY 

1885-1891. Cumulative comparative table giving aver- 
age maximum and minimum temperatures at Red 
Hill Ranch, Upper Lake, Lake Co., by mos. and 
yrs.; also normal temperature by mos. for whole 
period. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1890 (p. 222) — 
same 1891.) 

LODI 

1882-1889. Comparative table showing mean tempera- 
ture of LodI, San Joaquin Co., at sunrise, at 2 p. m , 
and at sunset for each mo.; also average mo. pre- 
cipitation. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1887 (pp. 373- 
374)— same 1889.) 

LOS ANGELES 

1877-1889. Table showing no. of days in each mo. and 
each yr. the temperature was above 90° and below 
32° at Los Angeles. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1890: 330.) 

1877-1891. Comparative table giving mean and extreme 
temperature of Los Angeles, by mos. (A.R. bd. 
hortlc. 1892: 136-137.) 

1880-1890. Comparative tables showing mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature at Los Angeles, no. of clear, 
fair, and cloudy days, by yrs. and mos. (Trans. 
state agric. socy. 1890: 329; 332.) 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY 
1870-1875. Table showing summary of thermometric 
observations at Summit Hill, Los Angeles Co. (6 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1879/80: 99.) 

MERCED 
1879-1881. Mo. record of mean and extremes of tem- 
perature at Merced for 3 yrs. (2 A.R. bd. vltic. 
comrs. 1881: 60.) 

MODESTO 
1879-1881. Mo. record of mean and extremes of tem- 
perature at Modesto, Stanislaus Co. (2 A.R. bd. 
Title, comrs. 1881: GO.) 

MONTEREY 

1863-1864. Table of max. heat and cold, no. of nights 
frost, days cloudy, amt. of rainfall, winds, etc., at 
Monterey. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1864: 78.) 

1882-1887. Comparative table giving mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature at Monterey; also mo. rain- 
fall. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 392.) 

MT. HAMILTON 

1881-1882. Comparative table giving extremes of tem- 
perature on Mt. Hamilton each mo. for 2 yrs.; also 
mean maximum and mean minimum. (A.R. agric. 
exper. stations 1891/2: 169.) 

1888/9. Table giving highest and lowest temperatures 
each mo. at Lick Observatory from July, 1888, to 
Dec, 1889. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1889: 443.) 

NAPA 

1877-1889. Comparative meteorological rept. of Napa 
City, giving means and extremes of temperature, 
rainfall, and no. of rainy days, by mos. and yrs. 
(Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1888 (pp. 322-325)— same 
1889.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



CLIMATE— cont'd 

Temperature — cont'd 

Califobnta — cont'd 
OAKLAND 

1876-1886. Meteorology of Oakland — careful daily ob- 
servations during each yr; relative humidity; ba- 
rometrical pressure; mo. meteorological synopsis: 
synopsis of climate; table of comparative ann. 
meteorology. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1884 (pp. 
247-252)— same 1886.) 

1876-1888. Comparative table showing mean tempera- 
ture of each season at Oakland, extremes of tem- 
perature, mean and lowest relative humidity, and 
rainfall. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 18SS/9: 
22-23.) 

1876-1889. Comparative table shovfing temperature of 
each season and difference betw. warmest and cold- 
est at Oakland. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 
428.) 

POMONA 

1894-1895. Temperature rept. of Southern Cal. station 
for 1894 and part of 1895; daily mean and extremes 
and mo. and dates of extremes. (A.R. agric. exper. 
stations 1894/5: 423.) 

RED BLUFF 
1875-1887. Average highest and lowest temperature 
and total rainfall for each yr.; also highest and 
lowest temperature from r.r. records at Red Bluff. 
(10 bienn. rept. bd. health 1886/8: 216.) 

RIVERSIDE 

1882-1889. Meteorological record of Riverside, mean 
and extremes of mo. temperature and average maxi- 
mum and minimum for each mo. and each yr. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 458-459.) 

1888. " Riverside Press " signal service weather rec- 
ord, showing mean and extremes of temperature, 
humidity, barometer, and prevailing wind for each 
day of each mo. {Same 1888: 358-3G3.) 

SAPRAMENTO 

1850-1874. Table showing mean temperature of each 
mo. for 24 yrs., in S. F. : do. in 22 yrs., in Sacra- 
mento. (3 bienn. rept. bd. health 1874/5: 109.) 

1851-1869. Comparative meteorolo.gical tables showing 
mean and extremes of temperature each mo. at 
Sacramento since 1853 and at S. F. since 1851; 
also mean temperature of each yr., and of whole 
period covered. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1868/9: 
229-234.) 

1853-1874. Table showing mean temperature of each 
mo. at Sacramento. (3 bienn. rept. bd. health 
1874/5: 106-107.) 

1853-1875. Comparative table giving moan tempera- 
ture of each mo. at Sacramento, deduced from three 
daily observations; also mean temperature of each 
yr., and average for whole period. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1874 (pp. 240-241 )—,9ame 1875.) 

1853-188C. Average temperature at Sacramento for 
each yr. (9 bienn. rept. bd. health 1884/0: 167- 
169.) 

1853-1887. Stmt, showing normal temperature for 
each mo. of yr. for Sacramento. (10 same 1886/8: 
198-199.) 

1853-1888. Table giving mo. normal temperature at 
Sacramento. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 
286)— some 1888.) 

. Highest, lowest, and average temperature, with 

prevailing wind at Sacramento. (10 blonn. rept. 
bd. health 1886/8: 200.) 

1853-1889. Comparative table giving highest, lowest, 
and average yrly. temperature, along with pre- 
vailing direction of wind for each yr. at Sacra- 
mento. (Trans, state agric. socy. 188C (p. 284) — 
same 1889.) 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Temperature — cont'd 

California — cont'd 
SACRAMENTO— cont'd 

1853/4-1887/8. Tabular stmt, showing mean average 
temperature in Sacramento. (10 bienn. rept. bd. 
health 1886/8: 193-197.) 

1S53/4-1888/9. Comparative tables giving mean aver- 
age mo., seasonal, and ann. temperature for Sacra- 
mento since 1853/4, and highest and lowest each 
yr. since 1878. (Trans, state agric. socy 1886 (pp. 
277-282)— same 1889.) 

1856-1860. Table showing mean daily range of tem- 
perature for each mo. at Sacramento. (Same 
1860: 295.) 

1859. Meteorological tables for Sacramento and Ft. 
Crook, giving mo. means and extremes of tempera- 
ture, barometer, and humidity, notes on weather 
and winds. (Same 1859: 350-354.) 

1863-1875. Table showing mean relative humidity at 
Sacramento. (3 bienn. rept. bd. health 1874/5: 
108.) 

1865. Tables giving thermometric mo. means with 
variations therefrom at Sacramento, during 10 yrs., 
at S. F., during 9 yrs., at San Diego, during } yr., 
and at Astoria, during 18 mos. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 18C4/5: 166-168.) 

1866-1872. Table showing mean of all highest readings 
by day, and all lowest readings by night, as noted 
by thermometrograph, at Sacramento. (3 bienn. 
rept. bd. health 1S74/5: 108.) 

1874. Table showing mean temperature of each mo. 
for 24 yrs. in S. F., and of each mo. in 22 yrs. in 
Sacramento. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1874: 242.) 

1877-1885. Stmt, showing daily normal temperature 
for each day of each mo. at Sacramento. (10 bienn. 
rept. bd. health 1886/8: 198.) 

1877-1887. Comparative table showing no. of nights 
considered hot in Sacramento for series of yrs.; 
lowest temperature on those nights, and when mini- 
mum temperature fell no lower than 70°, with mo. 
date, and temperature. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1887: 293.) 

1877-1888. Table giving daily normal temperature for 
each mo., as deduced from three daily observations 
for 9 yrs., at Sacramento. (Same 1886 (p. 280)- 
same 1888.) 

1878-1886. Highest and lowest temperature at Sacra- 
mento. (9 bienn. rept. bd. health 1884/6: 168.) 

1878-1890. Comparative table giving daily extremes of 
temperature, and dally and mo. means for the 
whole period, at Sacramento. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1889: 351-375.) 

SACKAMENTO COUNTY 

1879-1889. Comparative tables giving highest and low- 
est temperature for each mo. for series of yrs.; 
also for each yr. at Florin, Sacramento Co. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1888 (p. 275)— same 1889.) 

SALINAS 

1872-1889. Comparative table giving mean and extreme 
mo. temperature, mo. average, and highest and 
lowest for the whole period of yrs., for Salinas, 
Monterey Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1885 (pp. 
240-241)— same 1889.) 
Nt) rpliifiis In IH.SO. 

1896-1900. Comparative table showing mean and ex- 
tremes of temperature at Salinas, by mos. and yrs. 
(Some 1901: 293.) 

.SAN 1)1 EOO COIINTY 

1878-1885. Comparative tables showing mean and ex- 
treme mo. temperature for each of a series of yrs. 
nt Poway, San Diego Co.; also average mo. and 
yrly. temperature, and highest and lowest tem|)era- 
turo In the whole period. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1885: 241-242.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



73 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Temperature — cont'd 

CALn'ORNiA — cont'd 
SAN niKflO rOfNTY— cont'd 
1879-1887. Comparative table showing highest and low- 
est mo. temperatures at Poway, San Diego Co. 
(Same 1887 (p. 398)— sawie 1887.) 

SAN I'-nANCISCO 

1868-1887. Record of highest and lowest temperatures 
at S. F. since 18C7, giving days when highest tem- 
perature was 80° and above, and minimum tempera- 
ture when it was 32° and below. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1887: 413-414.) 

1873-1887. Dally normal temperatures at S. F. (10 
blenn. rept. bd. health 1880/8: 214.) 

1874. Table showing mean temperature of each mo. for 
24 yrs. In S. F., and of each mo. In 22 yrs. in Sacra- 
mento. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1874: 242.) 

1888-1889. Table of normal temperature for each day 
of each mo. at S. F., as deduced from three daily 
observations for 15 yrs. {Same 1888 (p. 326) — 
same 1889.) 

SAN LUIS OBISrO 
1888-1889. Table comparing temperature of C coldest 
mos. at San Luis Obispo with most noted places in 
world. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1888 (p. 345) — 
same 1889.) 

SANTA BARBARA 
1876/7. Table of mean temperature and humidity at 
Sta. Barbara. (6 bienn. rept. bd. health 1879/80: 
97.) 

SONOMA VALLEY 
1881. Record of daily meteorological observations by 
R. P. Hall In Sonoma Valley, Sonoma Co.; tempera- 
ture, wind, rain, and state of weather. (2 A.R. bd. 
vitic. comrs. 1881: 31-42.) 

STOCKTON 
1878-1880. Meteorological table giving mean and ex- 
tremes of mo. temperature at Stockton. (1 A.R. bd. 
vitic. comrs. rev. ed. 1880: 25.) 

TEHAMA 

1889. Dally temperature records at Tehama. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1889: 408-409.) 

TULARE 

1879-1881. Mo. record of mean and extremes of tem- 
perature at Tulare. (2 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1881: 
60.) 

1892-1895. Table giving dates of winter and spring 
frosts at Tulare station for four seasons. (A.R. 
agrlc. exper. stations 1894/5: 406.) 

1893/4-1894/5. Tulare temperature rept. for 2 yrs.— 
daily mean and extremes of temperature each mo. 
and dates of extremes. {Same 1894/5: 405.) 

TUr^RE VALLEY 

1888. Table showing rainfall and average and extreme 
temperature for summer and winter in Tulare Val- 
ley. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 1888/9: 
. 112.) 
Wind 

1877-1887. Comparative table giving highest velocity 
of wind, along with direction at highest velocity 
for each mo. and for each yr. at Sacramento. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1886 (p. 276) — same 
1887.) 

1877-1890. Data showing dates, velocity, and direction 
of wind at Sacramento, when it reached and ex- 
ceeded 24 miles per hr. {Same 1869: 340-342.) 

1881. The northerly winds of Cal.; by Dr. J. H. C. 
Bonte. {Same 1881: 201-213.) 

ReprlDted In Transactions (or 1886. 



CLIMATE— cont'd 
Wind — cont'd 

1887. Dessiratlng north winds, and how modified — by 
planting trees; letter from Lieut. W. A. Glassford, 
signal corps, to Joaquin Miller. (Same 1887: 445- 
448.) 

1894. Table showing total velocity of wind, in miles, 
for each mo. and tor yr. from 12 stations situated 
in various parts of state. {Same 1894: 230.) 

CO-EDUCATION; see EDUCATION 

COAL 

Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Imports; see Commerce, etc. 
Prices; see that title 

COAST DEFENSE; see PUBLIC WORKS: FEDERAL 

CODLIN MOTH; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

COGSWELL POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL; see EDUCATION. 
INDUSTRIAL, ETC. 

COLEMANITE; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

COLORADO DESERT 
Geology; see Natural Resources 
Health Resort; see Public Health 
Land; see Land. Desert 
Mining District; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

COLUSA 

Rainfall; see Climate 

COLUSA COUNTY (1850) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 
1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Climate; see that title 
Geology; see Natural Resources 
Gold in 

1881. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; this 
date. 

1888. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 

Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
mission 

Industries; see that title 

Irrigation; see Land. Irrigation 

Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 

Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines; these dates. 

Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 

Petroleum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Quicksilver in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Quick- 
silver; these dates. 

Salt in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Silver in 

1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 

Sulphur in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Surveyor; see Land 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION 

1S44-1S89. Comparative tables showing exports of Va- 
lencia raisins to U. S. and other countries since 
1850. of JIalaga raisins from 1S60; and production 
of Smyrna raisins from 1S44-1SS4; quantity and 
value of currants and raisins imported into U. S. 
from 1873 to 1878; and quantity and value of rais- 
ins and currants imported, with rates of duty, amt. 
of duty collected, etc., from 1879-1888. (A.R. bd. 
vltic. comrs. 1891/2: 49-52.) 

1849. Commercial advantages greater than mineral 
and development of same urged. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1849.) 

1850. Rapid improvement in cities, and increased de- 
velopment of commercial resources. (Same 1851.) 

. Great increase in trade with China, Pacific Is. 

and northwest coast of Amer. (Same 1851.) 

1851. Rept. on r.rs. urging passage of act granting 
r.rs. right of way through Cal., with view to se- 
curing China trade; with statistics showing value 
and magnitude of said trade. (Legisl. jol. 1851; 
746-747.) 

1852. State laws burdensome to commerce and repeal 
urged for laws restricting rather than protecting 
same. (Govs. ann. mess. 1852.) 

. Commerce affected by delay of Congress in es- 
tablishing docks, light-houses, etc., and action 
urged with view to securing same. (Same 1852.) 

. Trade and industry injured by delay of Congress 

in establishing branch mint in state, and indi- 
vidual coining encouraged thereby. (Same 1852.) 

1854. General review of increase in commerce. (Same 
1855: 25-26.) 

. Suggestion to present to Congress importance to 

Cal. of regular oceanic communication betw. S. F. 
and Asia and Indies. (Same 1854: 27.) 

1856. Review of probable effect on commercial inter- 
ests of state, and of national possessions on North 
Pacific coast, of treaty with Russia of 1825. as 
shown in res. urging national action to secure such 
modification of said treaty as to enable U. S. citi- 
zens on Pacific coast to trade and establish depots 
as far north as latitude 60°. (Sen. jol. 1850: 598- 
599.) 

1868-1877. Stmt, showing commerce of S. F. for no. of 
yrs. past. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1875/7: 18.) 

1870. Petition for subsidy to Australian steamers. 6 
pp. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 unnum doc.) 

1872-1879. Produce statistics; yrly. receipts of six lead- 
ing articles of produce at S. F. from agric. distrs., 
for yrs. endg. June 30. (Rept. transportation bd. 
1877/8: 49.) 

1880. Ann. address of pres. of bd. of agric. setting 
forth significant fact that crops of last season dis- 
prove fear that wheat lands are being exhausted; 
advantages of Cal. as wheat-growing state; the 
problems of transportation and marl<et; the neces- 
sity of wheat producers bidg. their own wharves 
and warehouses at the scaljoard; changes which 
completion of Southern Pacific R.R. will bring. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1880; 10-10.) 

1883. Rept. of jt. committee on commerce and naviga- 
tion. 224 pp. 

Not Hoen ; entry from Ilowkor. 

1884-1890. Comparative table showing Imports into U. 
S. of raisins, Cal. product, and total Amor, con- 
sumption for 7 yrs. (A.R. bd. vltic. comrs. 1891/2: 
47.) 

1884-1891. Same; showing quantities and values of 
raisins Imported Into U. S. by yrs. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 
1891: 83.) 

1885. Cal. because of her peculiar location is left to 
fight her commercial and business battles alono, 
new channel of trafHc by means of r.r. to Ore. 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 

should be opened up. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1885: 174-175.) 

1885-1886. Comparative table giving amt. of each va- 
riety of through freight — barley, brandy, fruit, 
etc. — aud line charges on Pacific system. (Same 
1886: 211.) 

1885-1895. Table giving mo. receipts of domestic pro- 
duce at S. F. from all sources for each yr. of ann. 
rept. and totals for previous yrs. (Same 1887 (p. 
242)— same 1895.) 

1891-1904. Cumulative comparative table showing im- 
ports of foreign raisins into U. S. for past 10 yrs. 
and exports since 1898. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 
1899/00 (p. 40)— comr. hortic. sanie 1903/4.) 

1892-1904. Transportation and marketing of fruit; 
papers, discussions, and res. (Same 1893/4 (pp. 
127-137; 255-259; 264-269; 278-286; 335-336)— same 
comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1892/3-1903/4. Same; giving imports into U. S. from 
foreign marlvets, showing unsupplied home market 
for olive oil. (7 same 1899/00 (p. 44) — same comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 

1894. Comment on German embargo on Amer. meats. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1894: 19.) 

. Possible trade with Mexico. (Rept. bd. vitic. 

comrs. 1893/4: 195-200.) 

1899. Comment on enlarging markets of state. (Trans. 
state agric. socy. 1899: 34.) 

1900. On removal of German embargo on Amer. fruits. 
(7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 23.) 

1904. Marketing Cal. fruits in Europe. (1 bienn. rept. 

comr. hortic. 1903/4: 146-151.) 
. Majority and minority rept. of Fruit Growers' 

Committee on transportation; discussion. (1 same 

1903/4: 243-245; 292-305; 307-309.) 
Consular Service 

1900. Rept. on foreign consular advices. (7 bienn. 

rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 158-159.) 

Docks; see below, Wharves 
Exports 

1851. Cal. exports contribute nearly $100,000,000 to 
wealth of nation, while estimated value of federal 
revenue from exports of all other states together 
is but $200,000,000. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 30, 
1852.) 

Mi'ssnpe may be found in the Journals. 

1855. Stmt, of value of each of various agric. exports, 
Jan. 1 to Nov. 27, as compared with gold dust and 
bullion and quicksilver exports, resp. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1856: 19-20.) 

18G0-1865. Comparative stmt, of exports of Cal. pro- 
duce to various countries for past 6 yrs.; also value 
of aggregate amts. sent to various countries in 
past 3 yrs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 382.) 

1861-1863. Comparative table showing value of differ- 
ent articles of Cal. production exported from state 
during each of last 3 yrs. (Same 1863: 265.) 

. Same; showing value of different classes of Cal. 

exports during each of last 3 yrs. (Same 1863: 
267.) 

1863. Comments on exports of Cal. and prospects of 
farmers. (Same 1863: 266-268.) 

1870. Rept. re. exportation of Cal. products free of 
port charges [by sotting aside a portion of the 
state's tide lands in S. F. 1 5 pp. (App. to Jols. 18 
BOSS. v. 2 doc. 128).) 

1879-1883. Comparative stmt, of principal articles of 
through freight eastbound. (5 A.R. r.r. comrs. 
1884: 38.) 

1880-1889. Same; of articles exported from state by 
Southern Pacific Co's. lines. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1890: 196.) 



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75 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 

Exports — cont'd 

1890-1891. General summary and comparative table of 
shipments by rail and by sea of fruit, wine, brandy, 
and vegetables. {Same 1893: 123.) 

1900. Comments on Increased commerce of S. F., with 
table showing volume of mdse., inward and out- 
ward, passing over wharves and bulkheads under 
jurisdiction of state. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 
1898 00: 13-14.) 

1901. Table showing products of northern and south- 
ern Cal. (from orchards, vineyards, and gardens) 
shipped out of state. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1901: 159.) 

Dairy Products 

1894-1901. Tables showing valuation of butter and 

cheese exported for each yr. (Rept. dairy bureau 

1900/2: 26.) 
1895. Table showing amt. and value of butter and 

cheese exports from S. F. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 1895: 19.) 
1898/9-1899/00. See below. Imports. Dairy Products; 

these dates. 

FIll'lT AND VeOETABIJCS 

1871-1888. Comparative table giving amt. of fresh, 
dried, and canned fruits and raisins shipped each 
yr.. with freight rate. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889: 262-2G3.) 

1871-1891. Same; showing amt. fresh fruit, dried fruit, 
raisins, and canned fruit shipped in Cal. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 36.) 

1872-1885. Statistics showing canned fruit shipments 
to market by rail. (G A.R. r.r. comrs. 1885: 46.) 

1872-1890. Comparative table showing quantity of can- 
ned fruit shipped by rail from Cal. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 57.) 

1873-1891. Same; showing no. of boxes and lbs. of 
raisins shipped from Cal., by yrs. (Same 1891: 
82.) 

1874-1885. Stmt, showing exact amt. of shipments by 
rail of garden vegetables. (6 A.R. r.r. comrs. 
1885: 48.) 

1875-1885. Statistics showing dried fruit shipments to 
market by rail. (6 same 1885: 47.) 

1880/1-1891/2. Comparative table showing export of 
oranges from Riverside. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 
207.) 

1885-1888. Same; showing shipments of onions, pota- 
toes, and vegetables east over Central Pacific R.R. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 281.) 

. Same; giving summary of raisin, dried fruit. 

nut, and honey product of state. {Same 1889: 264.) 

1886. Special fruit trains first run during this yr.; 
experiment a failure, but future prospects are 
brighter. {Same 1886: 15-lG.) 

. Comment on transportation question; eastern 

fruit shipments for yr. and comparison with other 
yrs'. stmts, re. same from fruit shippers and from 
freight agt. of Southern Pacific Co.; results of low 
rates and quick time; no fear of overproduction. 
{Same 1886: 201-205; 207-211.) 

. No. of lbs. of green citrus and deciduous fruits 

shipped during yr. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1886: 
427.) 

1888-1890. Comparative table giving seasonal ship- 
ments from various points by Cal. Fruit Union. 
{Same 1890: 239.) 

1888-1891. Same; showing no. of car loads of decidu- 
ous fruits shipped by Cal. Fruit Union from various 
points. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1891: 63-64.) 

1890. Eastern fruit shipments; growth of the indus- 
try. {Same 1890: 83-85.) 

1890-1891. Comparative table showing no. of tons of 
each variety of fruit carried by Cal. Transportation 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Exports — cont'd 
FiiLUT AND VrdETAni.Es — cont'd 

Co. boats from Sacramento River points. {Same 
1891: 61.) 

. Tables showing quantity of fruits shipped by 

Southern Pacific Co. and by Santa Fo System for 
different cities each yr. — dried fruits and canned, 
deciduous fruits, citrus, raisins, and nuts. {Same 
1891: 58-59; 60-61.) 

1890-1894. Stmt, of shipments of beans by sea from 
S. F. and by rail from whole state. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. ISflO (p. 232) same 1894.) 
Not Riven In l.sns. 

1890-1899. Table showing steady Increase In fresh 
fruit shipments. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 
1899/00: 31.) 

1890-1902. Comparative table giving amt. of interstate 
shipments of fresh deciduous fruits. (8 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 27.) 

1890-1903. General summary and comparative tables of 
shipments by rail and by sea, of fruits, wine, 
brandy, and vegetables for 10 yrs. (7 same 
1899/()0 (p. 29)same comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1890/1-1898/9. Comparative table showing citrus 
fruit shipments for series of yrs., with comments. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 15-16.) 

1890/1-1903/4. Cumulative comparative tables giving 
quantity and value of exports of prunes since 1897 
and imports of foreign prunes since 1890. (8 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (p. 28) — same comr. hortic. 
1903/4.) 

1891. Table showing no. of lbs. of each kind of fruit, 
dried, canned, deciduous, etc., shipped by Ore. De- 
velopment Co. from S. F. to different points. (A.R. 
bd. hortic. 1891: 61.) 

. Table showing shipments of fruit by sea to all 

points from S. F. — amt. and value of canned, green, 
and dried fruit, raisins, nuts, and olive oil; sum- 
mary. (Same 1892: 221-222.) 

1892-1894. Rept. on shipments of Cal. fruits direct to 
England. (4 bienn. rept. same 1893/4: 409-410.) 

1893. Tables showing shipments of fruits and vege- 
tables, by mos., from northern and from southern 
Cal.; also total shipments out of state by r.rs. giv- 
ing place of shipment. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1893: 120-122.) 

1893/4. Tabular stmt, of value of exports of fruits by 
sea from port of S. F., for 9 mos. endg. .July 30; 
also value of imports of dutiable fruit at same port 
for same period. (4 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 
406-407.) 

. Table showing movements of fruits, by mos., 

over lines of Southern Pacific R.R. from Nov.. 1893, 
to July, 1894, inclusive. (4 same 1893/4: 407-408.) 

1895. Tables showing total amt. (In lbs.) of orchard 
and vineyard products eastbound by Southern Pa- 
cific lines during yr. from territories named; also 
Southern Cal. R.R. Co. and North Pacific Coast 
R.R. Co. (5 same 1895/6: 74-75.) 

1895-1896. Table showing shipments of fresh fruits 
east to various cities, by mos. (5 same 1895/6: 
70.) 

1895-1899. Comparative tables showing varieties of 
fruit shipped each yr., and destination of cars, with 
comments. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 8-9.) 

1895-1901. Same; showing no. of cars of deciduous 
fruits forwarded by rail from Cal. during series of 
yrs. (Same 1901: 160.) 

1895-1904. Cnrnulative comparative tables showing des- 
tination and no. of cars of fresh deciduous fruits 
shipped out of Cal.; also no. of cars of each variety. 
(7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00 (p. 95)— same 
comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Exports — cont'd 
Fkuit and Vegetables — cont'd 

1896-1899. Comment on green fruit shipments to Eu- 
rope during last 3 yrs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1899: 10.) 

1897/8-1901/2. Comparative table giving cars and 
boxes of apples shipped from Pajaro Valley; state, 
interstate, and export shipments. (8 bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1901/2: 31.) 

1898-1904. Cumulative comparative table giving quan- 
tity and value of fruit and nut exports from U. S. 
(8 same 1901/2 (p. 41) — same comr. hortic. 
1903/4.) 

1899-1903. Table showing shipments of hortic. pro- 
ducts and vegetables from state by land and sea. 
(11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 112.) 

. Tables showing shipments of fruit out of state 

by sea and by rail, showing terminals. (7 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00 (p. 30) — same comr. hor- 
tic. 1903/4.) 

. Table showing shipments of hortic. products and 

vegetables from state by land and sea. (11 bienn. 
rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 112.) 

1899/00-1903/4. Cumulative comparative table giving 
exports of Cal. apples and destination. (8 bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (p. 31) — same comr. hortic. 
1903/4.) 

1900. Rept. on cause of defective transportation ser- 
vice of past yr. (7 same 1899/00: 102-103.) 

. Our export fruit trade and our export packages; 

by B. N. Rowley. (7 same 1899/00: 191-193.) 
. Necessity for expedited service for fresh fruit 

shipments. (7 same 1899/00: 104-106.) 

1901. Table showing shipments of vegetables (green 
and canned) out of state, place of shipment, by 
rail and by sea. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1901: 
160.) 

. Table showing shipments of vegetables out of 

state, giving place of shipment. (8 bienn. rept. bd. 

hortic. 1901/2: 37.) 
Gold Dust; see below, Treasube 
Grain- 
1854/5-1894/5. Comparative table showing exports of 

wheat and flour from Cal. each yr. (Trans, state 

agric. socy. 1895: 165.) 
1855. Over one million dollars worth of wheat and 

flour exported by Cal. during yr. (Govs. ann. mess. 

1856: 17.) 
1859-1895. Cumulative comparative stmt, of date of ar- 
rival of new wheat at tide water each yr. since 

that cereal was produced in qiiantity, and price 

obtained for same. (Trans, state a.gric. socy. 1887 

(p. 245)— sa?ne 1895.) 
1861/2-1877/8. Comparative table showing exports of 

grain and flour from port of S. F. for series of yrs. 

(Same 1878: 14G.) 
. Same; showing receipts of grain and flour (Cal. 

products only) at port of S. F. {Same 1S78: 146.) 
1868/9-1877/8. Comparative detailed stmt, of exports 

of grain and flo\ir from Cal. to different countries. 

(Hame 1878: 149-150.) 
1870-1895. Comparative slmt. of arrivals of new barley 

for series of yrs. and price obtained for same. 

(Same 1887 (p. 2iC,)—same 1895.) 
187M885. Stmt, giving grain and fruit shipments for 

series of yrs. and average rate of freight charged. 

(6 A.R. r.r. romrs. 1885: 4,5-46.) 
1886. Table showing exports of flour and grain from 

8. F. each mo. by sea and rail during each yr. of 

ann. rept. and totals for previous yrs. (Trans. 

Btate agric. socy. 1886 (p. 250)— same 1889.) 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Exports — cont'd 
Grain — cont'd 
1890-1895. Table showing mo. barley shipments from 

S. F. by sea and rail and from interior points by 

rail each yr. (Sawe 1890 (p. 231)— some 1895.) 
. Table showing mo. clearances of flour and grain 

from S. F. by sea each yr. of ann. rept. and totals 

for previous yrs. (Same 1890 (p. 225) — same 1895.) 
1891-1895. Table showing nationality of grain vessels 

from port of S. F. {Same 1891 (p. 191)— same 

1895.) 
1891/2-1894/5. Table giving destination and value of 

wheat and flour exports from Cal. each yr. {Same 

1892 (p. 130)— same 1895.) 
1892-1901. Comparative table showing cereal exports 

from S. F., by sea. {Same 1901: 162.) 
1899-1903. Table showing wheat crop for last 5 yrs. 

and total clearance by sea from S. F. of all canals. 

(11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 112.) 
Lumber 

1887-1890. Table showing value and kind of all lumber 

exported from port of S. F. for 46 mos. endg. Oct. 

31, 1890. (3 bienn. rept. forestry bd. 1889/90: 72.) 

QinCKSILVEB 

Pf^e also below, Trea^^urp. 

1850-1883. Exports of quicksilver from Cal.; etc. (4 
A.R. mineralogist 1883/4 foldg. table.) 

1870-1883. Historical table showing ann. shipments of 
quicksilver out of state by rail from S. F. and San 
Jose for 13 yrs. (4 same 1SS3/4: 344.) 

TREAStJKE 

1853. Statistics showing Cal. exportation of gold dust 
in 1853, to be more than half of total exportation 
of other 30 states in 1852. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 
13.) 

1853-1854. Stmt, of quarterly export of bullion to 
Europe and Atlantic states during 1853 and 1854 
and anit. and vahie of quicksilver shipped during 
1854. {Same 1855: 24.) 

1855. Stmt, of value of gold dust and bullion, and 
amt. of quicksilver, resp., exported during yr. 
{Same 1856.) 

1881. Stmt, of treasure shipments to China from Cal. 
(2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 173,) 
Wine ano Brandy 

1874-1885. Stmt, showing amts. of wine and brandy 
shipped east by rail, also price of freight. (6 A.R. 
r.r. comrs. 1885: 48.) 

1875-1 877. Comparative table giving amt. and value of 
sea exports of Cal. wino by countries, to foreign 
ports for series of yrs.; rfsumfi of totals by coun- 
tries and yrs. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1887: 22-25.) 

1875-1879. Same; Cal. wine and brandy exports by 
sea and rail. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 125.) 

1875-1881. Same; showing shipments of wine and 
brandy out of state by sea and by rail. (2 A.R. bd. 
vltic. comrs, 1881: 20.) 

1875-1887. Same; showing amt. and value of Cal. wine 
exports by sea to N. Y. and foreign countries from 
S. F. each yr. and totals for whole period. (iSame 
1887: 27-30.) 

. Same; showing total wIno shipments out of state 

by sea and by rail, with declared value and com- 
puted average value jier gallon. {Same 1887: 20.) 

. Same; showing amt. and value of Cal. brandy 

exports by sea to N. Y. and foreign countries, from 
S. F., each yr., and total for whole jierlod of 13 
yrs. (S(T?»e"lSS7: 31-35.) 

, Same: showing total brandy exports out of state, 

with declared values and computed average value 
per gallon. {Same 1887: 21.) 



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COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Exports — cont'd 
Wine and Braxdy — cont'd 

1879-1880. Comparison of shipments of wiuo and 
brandy into S. F. and out of state for 2 yrs.; en- 
couraging features for future of vitic. in state 
gleaned from repts. of distr. comrs. (1 same rev. 
ed. 1880: 13-14.) 

1881. Table of mo. exports of wine and t)randy by sea 
and rail from S. F. (2 same 1881: 20-21.) 

1887. Comment on Cal. foreign trade in wines and 
Drandies and laclv of appreciation at home; im- 
portance of national law for protection of pure 
wines and detection and prevention of those that 
are spurious. (Same 1887: 2.5-37.) 

1887-1893. See Industries, etc. Liquor (wino); these 
dates. 

1890-1895. Table showing anit. and value of brandy ex- 
ports by sea with destination, also of shipments by 
rail each mo. for each yr. of ann. rept. and grand 
totals for previous yrs. (Trans, slate agric. socy. 
1893 (p. 152)— same 1895.) 

. Table giving amt. and value of wine exports by 

sea, and destination; also mo. shipments by rail 
and value by mos. for each yr. of aun. rept. and 
grand totals for previous yrs. {Same 1893 (p. 151) 
—same 1895.) 

1891-1893. Comparative stmt, of shipments of wine and 
brandy by rail and by sea. {Same 1893: 123.) 

1892-1893. Detailed stmt, of overland shipments, of 
Cal. wines and brandies, giving no. of cases and 
gallons, shipping points and destination. (Rept. 
bd. vitic. comrs. 1893/4: 14-20.) 

Exports and Imports 

1856-1879. Tabular history of transactions in domestic 
produce at S. F. for past yr., and receipts and ex- 
ports since 1856. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 
212-223.) 

1856-1881. Comparative stmt, giving exports and im- 
ports at port of S. F. (3 A.R. r.r. comrs. 1882: 
556.) 

raging from Collected docs. 

1862-1863. Comparative table showing amt. of imports 
and exports for 2 yrs. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1863: 264.) 

1900-1903. Table showing output of petroleum and im- 
port of coal, together with price of each. (11 bienn. 
rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 118.) 

Grain Trade 

Si'O also Exports. 

1872-1879. Produce statistics — grain products trans- 
ported to general markets of state by r.rs. from 
agric. distrs. (Rept. transportation bd. 1877/8: 
49.) 

1872/3-1894/5. Comparative table showing proportion 
of Amer. to foreign ships engaged in grain trade at 
port of S. F. each yr. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1891 (p. 192)— same 1895.) 

1878-1895. Same; showing amt. of flour and grain re- 
maining in state on July and Jan. 1 of each yr. 
{Same 1886 (p. 251)— same 1895.) 

1887-1895. Table showing stoclis of grain in regular 
warehouses on first of each mo. {Same 1887 (p. 
244)— same 1895.) 

. Rept. of flour and grain remaining in state at 

various points on Jan. 1. (Same 1886 (p. 250) — 
same 1895.) 

Harbor Masters 

1857. Favorable rept. on act concerning harbor mas- 
ters of port of S. F. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 364- 
365.) 

1869. Suggestion for tax upon commerce to be discon- 
tinued, office of harbor master abolished, and duties 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Harbor Masters — cont'd 

performed by that ofBcer attached to this comn., 
without any expense to shipping. (Bieuu. rept. 
harbor comrs. 1867/9: 11.) 
1870. Stmt, of moneys collected by J. S. Houseman, 
harbor-master of the port of S. F. 4 pp. (App. to 
jols. IS sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

Harbor Regulations 

1850. Kept, of commerce and navigation committee re. 
port and harbor of Monterey. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1 sess. p. 56li, doc. 00.) 

IStiS. Kept. LfavorableJ of Assem. committee on com- 
merce and navigation re. reduction of wharfage, 
harbor master's dues, pilotage, etc. [showing the 
disproportion of shipping charges in N. Y. and S. 
F.J. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 3 Ldoc. 4J.) 

1884. Comparison of aggregates of changes in harbors 
of Boston and S. F. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 
1882/4: 59-60.) 
Imports 

1863-1865. Comment on various imports of Cal. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 364-379.) 

1886/7. Stmt, of imports of minerals and mineral pro- 
ducts into S. F. (8 A.R. state mineralogist 1887/8: 
898-899.) 

1887-1892. Table giving imports into Cal., by sea, of 
flour, grain, potatoes, and wool during each mo. of 
1892, and totals for previous yrs. {Same 1893: 
132.) 

1887-1895. Table showing mo. imports of products into 
Cal., by sea, for each yr. of ann. rept. and totals 
for previous yrs. {Savie 1892 (p. 132) — savie 
1895.) 
Coal 

1860-1876. Historical table giving ann. receipts of coal 
at S. F. from various sources. (7 A.R. state 
mineralogist 1886/7: 154.) 

1860-1886. Same; showing ann. receipts of S. F. of 
Eastern and Pacific Coast coal from various distrs. 
and totals for 27 yrs. (7 same 1886/7: 169-170.) 

1866-1886. Same; showing ann. imports of foreign coal 
to S. F. for 21 yrs. (7 same 1886/7: 168.) 

1886. Ann. review of coal trade from S. F. Journal of 
Commerce. (7 same 1886/7: 166-172.) 
Daiby Peouucts 

1860-1865. Comparative table showing no. of firkins 
and lbs. of butter imported into state from east 
during each of last 6 yrs., and average price for 
each yr., and whole no. of lbs., and whole cost. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1864/5: 365.) 

1898/9-1899/00. Same; showing lbs. of animal and 
dairy products imported into state, and exports of 
same for 2 yrs. (Same 1900: 114.) 
Feuit 

1890/1-1903/4. Cumulative comparative table giving 
quantity and value of dried figs imported. (8 
bienn rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2 (p. 30) — same comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 

1891. Tables showing value of foreign fruits and nuts 
imported into S. F., also value of exports by sea, 
for each mo. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1891: 62-63.) 

1891-1900. Comparative table giving receipts of for- 
eign plums and prunes; quantity and value. (7 
bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 37.) 

1894-1902. Same; showing English imports of Cal. 
canned fruits. (7 same 1899/00 (p. 42)— 9 same 
1901/2.) 

1895/6-1903/4. Cumulative comparative table giving 
amt. and value of imports of foreign oranges and 
lemons. (8 same 1901/2 (p. 27) — some comr. 
hortic. 1903/4.) 



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COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Imports — cont'd 

TlN 

1875-1883. Stmt, of ann. imports of Australian tin 
reed, at S. F. for 9 yrs. (4 A.R. state mineralogist 
1883/4: 122.) 
Wine 

18S7-1S93. See Industries, etc. Liquor (Wine) ; these 
dates. 

Interstate Commerce 

1887. Res re. action to be taken by state bd. of hortic. 
in matter of interstate commerce bill. (Bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 482.) 

Pilots and Pilotage 

1849. Rept. of Judiciary committee on res. for apptmt. 
of pilots for ports and harbors of state, submitting 
bill, and urging importance of early passage of 
same. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 484-486.) 

1851. Veto of act prescribing duty of pilots for ports 
of Benecia, Sacramento, and Stockton. (Same 
1851: 1788-1789.) 

1855. Act reducing pilotage rates passed in aid of 
whaling trade, but further legislation re. shipping 
of seamen and prevention of desertion, needed to 
secure full benelit of said industry. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1856: 20-21.) 

1858. Veto of act to amend an act to establish pilots 
and pilot regulations for port of S. F., passed May 
11, 1854. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. pp. 391-393.) 

1859. Same. (Assem. jol. 10 sess. p. 748.) 

1870. Minority rept. of committee on chamber of com- 
merce on pilot laws. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 18 sess. 
V. 2 unnum. doc.) 

. Important changes in the pilot system prepared 

by Sea. bill 255, Including the apptmt. of comrs. 
by the Gov.; reduction of rates of pilotage; and 
licenses to steam tugs tor pilot service. 11 pp. 
(Same 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [79].) 

1883. Rept. and testimony re. discriminating and 
double rates charged for pilotage in the port of S. 
F.; refusal by the pilotage comn. to show their 
books, and a tug-boat monopoly which, in connec- 
tion with the r.r. monopolies, it is feared will con- 
trol the entire commerce of the port. The sea wall, 
dockage rates, and the duties of harbor comrs. are 
also mentioned. 224 pp. (Same 25 sess. v. 3 doc. 
[5].) 

. Rept. of jt. committee on investigation of all 

official acts of bd. of state harbor comrs. and bd. of 
pilot comrs., and on towage and towage rate and 
all other matters re. injury to commerce of state. 
(Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 330-334.) 

. Rept. of jt. committee on investigation of harbor 

comrs. and pilot comrs. (Same 25 sess. pp. 395- 
398; Sen. jol. pp. 207-210.) 

. Provisions of the political code establishing 

pilots and pilot regulations for ports of S. F., Mare 
Is., Vallejo, Port Costa, and Benlcia; together with 
by-laws of pilot comrs. 27 pp. 24°. 

. Same; 1891, 1895, 1899. 

Not sr-cn ; nntry from IJowkor. 

1899. Repts. on pilot comrs. of Eureka and S. F. and 
on port wardens of S. F. (Rept. of committee to 
make examination of state Institutions 1899: 170- 
171.) 

. Same In App. to Jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1903. Kept, on Investigation of state bd. of pilot comrs. 
(S(;n. Jol. 35 8888. pp. 894-898.) 
Rates of Freight 
Rail; see Railuoaus 



COMMERCE, TRADE, AND NAVIGATION— cont'd 
Rates of Freight — cont'd 
Water 

1872/3-1879/80. Comparative table giving average, 
highest, and lowest wheat rates on ships for yrs. 
before rates for iron and wooden ships were sepa- 
rated. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1890 (p. 231) — 
same 1895.) 

1880/1-1894/5. Same; showing average wheat rates 
per season for iron and wooden ships; also no. of 
vessels dispatched. (Same 1890 (pp. 230-231) — 
savie 1895.) 

1882. Comments on collection of revenue: opinion of 
bd. that surer and more economical system is col- 
lection directly from master, owner, or consignee 
of vessel of charge on mdse. by measurement or 
weight. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1880/2: 10.) 

1884-1886. Comments on mode of collecting charges on 
goods. (Same 1882/4 (pp. 20-22)— same 1884/6.) 

1890-1892. Table showing average, highest, and lowest 
rates paid for wheat ships each mo., rate being 
based on price paid for ships to Cork for orders to 
U. K., Havre, or Antwerp. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1890 (p. 230)— same 1892.) 

1894/5. Table showing average, highest, and lowest 
freight rates paid for iron wheat-ships each mo. of 
cereal yr. (Same 1895: 161.) 
Tax on; see Taxation: State. Shipping 
Tonnage 
Rail 

1S87-18S8. Stmt, giving tonnage and receipts betw. S. 
F. and Healsburg, Aug. 1 to Dec. 31. (10 A.R. r.r. 
comrs. 1889: 62.) 

1888-1889. Tonnage of through freight east and west- 
bound (in lbs.) — Southern Pacific Co. (9 same 
1888 (p. 39)— 10 same 1S89.) 
Water 

1864-1877. Comparative stmt, of tonnage entering 
Golden Gate from foreign and domestic ports. 
(Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1873/5 (p. 27) — same 
1875/7.) 

1864-1900. Stmt, of foreign and domestic tonnage en- 
tering Golden Gate, by yrs. (Same 1896/8 (p. 49) 
—same 1898/00.) 

1877/8. Friedlander's freight list, showing tonnage en- 
gagements at port of S. F. from July 1, 1877, to 
July 1, 1878. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1878: 135- 
142.) 
Wharves and Docks; see that title 

COMMUTATION TAX 

Olisoletp; same i'.s Paaaonger Tax; wlilch see. 

COMPULSORY EDUCATION; see EDUCATION 

CONDEMNATION FUNDS; see FINANCE: STATE. FUNDS 

CONIFER.^;; see NATURAL RESOURCES. FORESTS 

CONSULAR SERVICE; see COMMERCE, ETC. 

CONSUMPTION 

Industrial; see Industries, etc. 
Tubercular; see Public Health 

CONSUMPTIVES 

Maintenance; see Maintenance: State 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY (1850) 

Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Asphaltum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Assessors; see Tax.Tlion: State 
Cement in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



79 



CONTRA COSTA COUNTY (1850)— cont'd 
Clay in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Coal in 
1892/4-1894/G. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Coal; 
those dates. 
Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
mission 
Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines and Mining 
1889 UO-lSitO 2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 

Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1S94/C. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 
Natural Gas in; see Natural Resources 
Petroleum in 

1S92/4-1S94/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Pe- 
troleum; these dates. 
Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Surveyor; see Land 

CONTROLLER 
E.xpenditures for; see Finance: State 
Reports; see Finance: State 

CONVENTIONS 
Agricultural; see Agriculture 
Educational; see Education 
Fruit Growers'; see Agriculture 
Irrigation; see Land. Irrigation 
Olive Growers'; see Agriculture 
Roads; see that title 
Viticultural; see Agriculture 

CONVICT LABOR; see LABOR 

CONVICTS 

1854. Recommendation re. authorizing Gov. or state 
prison inspectors, in certain cases, to oiler rewards 
for escaped convicts, payable out of state treasury. 
(A.R. Inspector state prison 1854: 5.) 
Discharged 

1860. Recommendations for small apprn. to be made 
for discharged convicts, to enable them to reach 
their homes. (A.R. state prison director 1860: 36.) 
1892. Recommendation for apptmt. of state agt. to 
look after discharged convicts, and sufficient apprn. 
to carry out plan. (13 sajtie 1891/2: 7.) 
Transportation; see Maintenance: State 

CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE; see BENFICIARY ORGANI- 
ZATIONS 

COPPER 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

CORPORATIONS 

1854. Govs. mess. re. need for restriction of corpora- 
tions. (Sen. jol. 1854: 324-326; Assem. jol. pp. 333- 
336.) 

1855. Laws regulating corporations are lax; reform of 
same urged to prevent formation of monopolies. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 29-30.) 

1856. Review of restrictive provisions of constitution 
re. corporations, showing same to have been disre- 
garded In many cases by state. (Govs, inaugural 
address 1856.) 



CORPORATIONS— cont'd 

1856. Kept, of special committee to whom was referred 
act to amend act entitled " act to provide for for- 
mation of corporation for certain purposes"; rec- 
ommending passage of this amdmt., which is di- 
rected against monopolies of Cal. Steam Navigation 
Co. and Citizens' Steam Navigation Co., and their 
high mileage rates. 12 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 7 
sess. doc. 121].) 

1857. Minority repts. opposing Assem. bills 221 and 222 
re. corporations. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 617-619.) 

1864. Veto of act granting certain rights and privi- 
leges to the Yreka Creek Drainage Co. (Sen. jol. 
15 sess. p. 519.) 
1866. Rept. of Assem. judiciary committee on veto of 
Assem. bill 41 to change name of Pacific Accumula- 
tion Loan Co., and authorize it to purchase certain 
real estate. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 3 
unnum. doc.) 
1870. Rept. of corporation committee re. certain bills 
referred to them. 4 pp. (Same 18 sess. v. 3 doc. 
[66].) 
1872. Veto of act concerning corporations. (Sen. jol. 

19 sess. pp. 577-579.) 
1886. List of articles of incorporation in office during 
two fiscal yrs. endg. July 1, 1886. (Bienn. rept. 
state aept. 1884/6: 11-36.) 
Fees; see Taxation 
Laws 

1886. Laws regulating corporations. 81 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1890. Same. 86 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1893. Laws and amdmts. to law relating to corpora- 
tions, enacted by legislatures of 1891 and 1893. 35 
pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1901. Corporation laws; by C. A. Son. 685 pp. 24°. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1903. Same (with citations from, up to and including 
the 137 Cal. rept., ed. 2) ; compiled by C. F. Curry. 
337 pp. 16°. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1904. Same; by W. I. Brobeck and R. M. Sims. 1094 
pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Light and Power Companies 

1904. Laws concerning gas and electricity; by J. W. 
Stetson. 158 pp. 16°. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Taxation; see that title 

CORRUPT PRACTICES 

1861. Testimony taken before House investigating 
committee re. resignation of certain members of 
claims committee, and their charges against the 
chrmn. in regard to proposed bribery in the case of 
J. F. McCauley's claim. 20 pp. (App. to Assem. 
jol. 12 sess. doc. [15 1.) 

1862. Official rept. of proceedings, testimony, and argu- 
ments in trial of J. H. Hardy, distr. judge of 16 
judicial distr., before Sen. of C^al. sitting as a high 
court of impeachment. Apr.-May, 1862. Sumner 
and Cutter, official reporters. 712 pp. (App. to 
jols. 13 sess. [doc. 36].) 

1866. Rept. of Sen. committee of investigation on cer- 
tain charges of bribery made by editor of " Ameri- 
can Flag," [agst. certain members of Sen., clear- 
ing Senators, and accussing editor, D. 0. McCarthy, 
of libel.] 4, 50 pp. (Same 16 sess. v. 2 doc. 11.) 

1870. Repts. on investigation of charges of bribery In 
Assem. (Assem. jol. 18 sess. pp. 548-549; 678-699.) 

1874. Rept. on investigation of charges of bribery and 
corruption in late senatorial election. (Same 20 
sess. pp. 1091-1092.) 



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CORRUPT PRACTICES— cont'd 

1874. Transcript of testimony taken by bribery in- 
vestigating committee. 219 pp. (App. to jols. 20 
sess. V. 5 [doc. 23].) 

In reference to late Senatorial election. 

1880. Rept. and testimony re. charges of an attempt at 
bribery. 31 pp. (Same 23 sess. v. 6 unnum. doc.) 

1885. Minority rept. of committee apptd. to investigate 
certain charges made by Ed. E. Lealve agst. J. W. 
McCarthy, clerlj of Supreme Court. 5 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1886. Rept. of committee on expenses of investigation 
into charges agst. Justices Morrison and Sharp- 
stein. (House jol. 12 extra sess. 1886: 69.) 

. Communication from Chief Justice Morrison and 

Associate Justice Sharpstein, of Supreme Court of 
Cal., re. apptmt. of committee to investigate 
charges preferred agst. them. (Same 188G: 49.) 

. Rept. of committee apptd. to investigate charges 

agst. Chief Justice Morrison and Associate Justice 
Sharpstein of Supreme Court of Cal. (Same 1886: 
50. 

1887. Rept. of special committee apptd. to investigate 
charges re. changes of position of bills in Assem. 
file and also charges agst. members of Assem. 121 
pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1891. Rept. on charges in S. F. " Evening Post " agst. 
House that no bill could pass unless backed by 
money. (Assem. jol. 29 sess. pp. 529-531.) 

. Rept. on expenses of investigation of scraps of 

paper, used for wrapping currency, found in libra- 
rian's office and currency supposed to have been 
used for bribes in Sen. (Sen. jol. 29 sess. pp. 866; 
877-879.) 

1893. Rept. of testimony and proceedings in matter of 
charges made agst. Assemblyman H. H. Johnson, of 
Santa Clara Co., by J. W. Rea, of offering to sell 
his vote on the r.r. comn., and of blackmail. 349 
pp. (App. to jols. 30 sess. v. 8 doc. [8].) 

. Rept. of testimony and proceedings in matter of 

investigation of charges agst. W. H. H. Hart atty. 
gen., of wilful neglect of duty, official misconduct, 
and misdemeanor in office. 152 pp. (Same 30 sess. 
V. 8 doc. [91.) 

. Testimony taken before select committee In mat- 
ter of investigation of A. Bretz for using certain 
words charging Marion Cannon, of a corrupt use of 
money. 81 pp. (Same 30 sess. v. 8 doc. |10].) 

1895. Testimony and proceedings in matter of charges 
[of bribery] of Senator Biggy agst. Senator Dunn, 
and rept. of committee, Mch. 12-15, 1895. 28 pp. 
(Same 31 sess. v. 6 doc. 30.) 

. Stmt, of Sen. Biggy re. bribes offered him. 

(Sen. jol. 31 sess. p. 1046.) 

. Rept. on Investigation of charges of bribery 

made by Senator Biggy. {Same 31 sess. pp. 1212- 
1213.) 

1897. Rept. on Investigation of charges of fraud in 
organization of Assem. (Assem. jol. 32 sess. pp. 
421-423; 515-517.) 

. Rept. on investigation of charges of bribery agst. 

members of Assem. by " S. F. Examiner." (Same 
32 sess. p. 1278.) 

. Same; agst. members of Sen. (Sen. jol. 32 sess. 

pp. 946-948; 973-974; 1166-1168.) 

1899. Rept. on investigation of charges of using Illegal 
methods In connection with election of U. S. Sena- 
tor. (Assem. jol. 33 sess. pp. 231; 247; 402-404.) 

COST OF LIVING; see LABOR 

COTTON 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Industry; see Industries, etc 



COTTONY CUSHION SCALE; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. 
PESTS 

COUNTERFEITING 
Coin; see Money 

COURTS; see ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: STATE 

COYOTE 

Bounty on; see Bounty 

CRAB; see FISH AND GAME 

CRAYFISH; see FISH AND GAME 

CREAMERIES; see INDUSTRIES, ETC. DAIRY 

CREDIT INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

CRESCENT CITY 

Climate; see that title 

CRISES AND DEPRESSIONS 

1850. Extensive failures and pecuniary embarrass- 
ments resulting from monetary crisis; monetary 
crises largely result of oppressive rates of inter- 
est. (Govs. ann. mess. 1851.) 

CROP BULLETINS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS 

CROPS; see AGRICULTURE 

CUSTOMS SERVICE: FEDERAL 

For mone.vs collected In ports of Cal. by federal govt, 
prior to admission of state ; see Finance : State. 
Military govt. 

CUT WORM; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

CUYAMACA LAKE 

Fisheries; see Fish and Game 

CYCLONES; see CLIMATE 

DACE; see FISH AND GAME 

DAIRY INDUSTRY; see INDUSTRIES, ETC. 

DAIRY PRODUCTS 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 
Imports; see Commerce, etc. 

DATE-CULTURE; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS 

DEAF 
Education; see that title 

DEAF AND DUMB 

Maintenance; see that title 

DEATHS; see VITAL STATISTICS 

DEBRIS COMMISSION; see RIVER CONSERVANCY 

DEBT: COUNTY 

1871/2. Table showing ro. debts of several cos. In 1872, 

and total rate of slalo and ro. lux in each co. for 

1871-1872. (A.U. cnuallzalion bd. 1S72/3: 12-13.) 
1882-1904. Stmt, showing assessed value of property 

and Indobtednoss of cos. of state. (Blenn. rept. 

Btate controller 1880/2 (pp. 128-192)— some 1902/4.) 



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IDEBT: COUNTY— cont'd 

Kt. DOKADO COUNTY 
1878. Memorial to leglsl. ot holders and representa- 
tives of outstanding bonds and coupons of El Do- 
rado Co. 5 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 
12].) 

LOS ANOKl.KS COUNTY 
1860. Rept. on act to authorize funding of outstanding 
debt of Los Angeles Co. and to provide for payment 
of same. (Assem. jol. 11 sess. pp. 741-74G.) 

SACK.VMKNTO COUNTY 

1897. Issue of bonds by Sacramento Co. to provide 
funds for expenses of construction and transporta- 
tion on model highway from Sacramento to Fol- 
som provided for by legisl. of 1897, declared illegal. 
(Bienn. rept. dept. of highways 1897/8: 19-20.) 

SAN JOAyUIN COUNTY 
1856. Veto ot act authorizing bd. of supervisors of San 
Joaquin Co. to provide tor payment of funded in- 
debtedness of CO. and create fund therefor. (As- 
sem. jol. 7 sess. pp. 672-673.) 

SAN -MATEO COUNTY. 

1898. San Mateo Co. bond election — result agst. bonds. 
(Blenn. rept. dept. of highways 1897/8: 21.) 

IDEBT: MUNICIPAL 

189S-1902. Comment on purchase of bonds and recom- 
mendation that law be amended so as to allow pur- 
chase of municipal bonds. (A.R. bd. examiners 
dated 1899 (p. 8)— sajue 1900/2.) 

1900. Recommended that bonding laws be so amended 
as to enable incorporated cities to co-operate with 
the country in issuance of bonds for road construc- 
tion. (Bienn. rept. dept. of highways 1899/00: 75- 
76.) 

1902. Stmt, showing population, assessed valuation, 
rate of taxation, and bonded indebtedness of sev- 
eral incorporated cities and towns ot state. (Bienn. 
rept. state controller 1900/2: 140-141.) 

SACUAJIKNTO 
1860. Rept. on act requiring bd. of supervisors of city 
and CO. of Sacramento to take from intereat and 
sinking fund of city of Sacramento. (Assem. jol. 
11 sess. pp. 255-256.) 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1851. Rept. on act to fund debt of city of S. F., review- 
ing provisions necessary for success of proposed 
funding. (Leglsl. jol. 1851: 1463-1466.) 

1858. Rept. of select committee apptd. to visit S. F. to 
get data of the fees in office of various officials; to 
examine the books, and to inquire into the affairs 
of the comrs. of the funded debt of the city and co. 
of S. F. 15 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 9 sess. doc. 
[10].) 

1904. Present status of Montgomery ave. bond cases. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1902/4: 7-8.) 

DEBT: STATE 

serial 
Under act ot April 2, 1870, to provide for payment 
of funded Indebtedness of Cal., and to contruct a 
funded debt. 
1871/3-1873/5. Rept. of loan comrs. 
Id Collected docs, as follows : 
1871/3 In App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 4 unnum. doc. 
1873/5 •• •'^ " •' 21 •• V. 2 

non-serial 
See also Land. Water Front Property. 
1849. Review of objections to negotiation of loan to 
provide for current expenses. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1849.) 
1849-1850. Review of causes leading up to creation of 
large state debt; formation of state with empty 

6 



DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

non-scrtoJ— cont'd 
treasury and without Intermediate process of terri- 
torial govt.. Immediate necessity for providing cur- 
rent funds at ruinous rates, transient and untax- 
able character of first Immigration and adoption 
ot cumbersome and expensive form of govt, as pro- 
vided by constitution, etc. (Same 1856: 3-6.) 

. State heavily burdened with debt before organi- 
zation of state govt, completed. (.S'ame 1856: 6.) 

1849-1854. Review of conditions during organization of 
state govt, leading up to enforced Issue of 3% 
bonds bearing Interest at 30% per ann. showing re- 
demption of same in 1854 after payment of interest 
exceeding whole amt. of principal. {Same 1856: 
4-5.) 

1850. Govs. mess. re. impossibility of accepting bids 
made for state loan, transmitting copies of same. 
(Leglsl. jol. 1849/50: 489-492; 1011-1013.) 

. Rept. with suggestions tor negotiation of per- 
manent loan. (Same 1849/50: 1041-1044.) 

. Stmt, of state debt, created under act authoriz- 
ing temporary loan, approved Feb. 1, showing con- 
dition of same Dec. 15. (Suppl. rept. comptroller 
1850.) 

. Review of fluctuations In value of 3% bonds as 

result of delay in admission to Union. (A.R. comp- 
troller 1850.) 

. Rept. re. necessity of early negotiation of state 

loan, urging passage of bill authorizing loan for 
state of Cal. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 559-560.) 

1850-1852. Stmt, of indebtedness incurred prior to 
Jan. 1, 1852, and audited and paid after that date. 
(App. to Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 31-33.) 

. Bonds and warrants on treasury depreciated as 

result of increasing expenditures without corre- 
sponding increase in revenue. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1856: 5.) 

1850-1853. Tabular stmt, showing condition of state 
debt. June 30, 1850, created under act approved 
Feb. 1, 1850, and comments on same. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1849/50 (pp. 530-532)— sowe 1852/3.) 
P-iRlns from Collected docs. 

1850/1. Stmt. Of funded debt of state. (A.R. state 
treasurer 1850/1: 515.) 

Puglng fi'om Collected docs. 

1851. Review of funds to compose state sinking fund 
as approved by act to fund state debt approved 
Apr. 29. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Recommendation for negotiating a loan suffi- 
cient to redeem outstanding 3% bonds and interest 
due thereon. (A.R. state comptroller 1850/1: 493.) 
Paf;iug from Collected docs. 

. Review of total indebtedness under act author- 
izing temporary loan. (Govs. ann. mess. 1851.) 

. Review of state debt. (Same 1851.) 

. Rept. urging relief of certain holder of state 

bonds from loss occasioned by loss of same (Drst 
case of Its kind and possibly establishing prece- 
dent). (Legisl. jol. 1851: 905-907.) 

. Review of state debt outstanding Dec. 31, and 

amt. funded under act of Apr. 29, 1851. (Govs, 
special mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Review of provisions of act of Apr. 29, 1851, for 

funding state debt, by Issue of $700,000 of 7% 
bonds to be exchanged for outstanding Z% bonds, 
and failure to fund required amt. by reason of re- 
luctance of holders of 3% bonds to exchange. 
(Same Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1851-1852. Treasurer's special rept. re. receipts and 
disbursements, and operation of funded debt, July 
1, 1851, to Feb. 1, 1852. (App. to Sen. jol. 1852: 
640-642.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

non-seria I — cont'd 
. Comptroller's rept. on condition of civil and war 

debts of state Dec. 31, 1S51, with stmt, of payments 

made into treasury July 1, 1851, to Jan. 27, 1852; 

ace. Govs, special mess. Jan. 30, 1852. (Same 

1852: 573-574.) 
1851-1853. Review of legislation defining character and 

extent of public debt and providing for funding of 

same. (Govs. mess. Jan. 14, 1854.) 

1852. Stmt, of condition of 3% bonds on Jan. 31, ap- 
pended to controller's special rept. (App. to Sen. 
jol. 1852: 571-572.) 

. Immediate provision urged for complete redemp- 
tion of 3% bonds, in view of ruinous interest ac- 
cruing on same. (Govs. ann. mess. 1852.) 

. State credit impaired and state in debt, with not 

sufficient funds in treasury to meet demands agst. 
it as result of defective system of raising revenue 
and providing for state indebtedness. (Govs, spe- 
cial mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Govs, special mess, on affairs of state (Jan. 30). 

(Sen. jol. 1852: 71-80.) 

Ace. by special rept. of controller on state debt. App. 
to Sen. jol. sess. 1852 : 573-574. 

. Review of 3% bonds outstanding urging imme- 
diate redemption of same in view of runious amt. 
of interest rates thereon. (Govs, special mess. 
Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Stmt, of bonds issued during yr. and bonds re- 
deemed during yr. (A.R. state treasurer 1851/2: 
19.) 

— — ■. Review of state debt on Dec. 15. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1853.) 

. State bonds issued to defray expenses of sup- 
pressing Indian hostilities, and action urged to 
secure reimbursement from Congress for same. 
(Same 1852.) 

1852-1853. Review of state debt. Jan. 1, 1852, and 
apprns., 1852-1853. {Same 1854: 5-6.) 

1853. Rept. of committee on finance re. necessity for 
forwarding to N. Y. interest due on state debt, and 
insufficiency of amt. in treasury to meet same. 
(Sen. Jol. 1853: 296.) 

. Review of condition of state debt Dec. 20. 

(Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 4-5.) 

. More than $800,000 of debt incurred by state In 

defense of frontier. {Same 1853.) 

. Rept. re. amt. and existing method of providing 

for interest on state debt, with suggestions for re- 
duction of interest, and urging apptmt. of 5 state 
officers to assume authority heretofore vested in 
treasurer alone. 4 pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 1853 
doc. 53.) 

. Comptroller's stmt, of civil and war debt of 

state, to Mch. 22, with estimate of unpresented war 
claims; ace. Govs, special mess. 5 pp. (App. to 
Sen. jol. 1853 docs. 49-50: 9-11; App. to Assem. jol. 
doc. 42.) 

1853/4. Stmt, of bids for redemption of 7% bonds Is- 
sued under act of 1851. (A.R. state treasurer 
1853/4: 24.) 

1854. Stmt, of civil indebtedness of state at close of 
fiscal yr. June 30. (Same 1853/4: 25.) 

. Rept. re. cause of failure to pay Interest on civil 

funded debt, due In N. Y. Jan. 1. (Assem. Jol. 1854: 
567-568.) 

. Speedy settlement of state debt necessary, and 

provision therefor urged by extension of water 
front of S. F. and sale of lots within same. (Govs. 
Bpoelal mess. May 8, 1854.) 

. Review of state Indebtedness, Dec. 20. (Govs. 

ann. mess. 1856: 6-8.) 



DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1854. Govs. mess. re. treasurer's refusal to accept state 
prison bonds in payment for property sold by state 
land comrs., with review of legislation defining 
funded state debt, showing said prison bonds not 
to be part of same; Jan. 14. (Assem. Jol. 1854: 
92-95.) 

. Rept. re. refusal of treasurer to receive state 

prison bonds in payment for property sold by state 
land comrs., declaring said bonds to be part of 
funded debt of state. (Same 1854: 113.) 

1854-1856. Condensed stmt, of civil debt of state June 
30. (A.R. state comptroller 1853/4 (p. 27) — same 
1856.) 

. Stmt, of temporary state loan bonds issued under 

act of Feb. 1, 1850; amt. redeemed during each yr. 
with interest paid thereon, and amt. outstanding at 
close of yr. June 30. (Same 1853/4 (pp. 25-27)— 
same 1855/6.) 

. Stmt, of condition of civil bonds issued under 

act of 1851/2, showing amt. issued, amt. redeemed, 
total redemption and balance outstanding. {Same 
1853/4 (p. 26)— same 1855/6.) 

. Stmt, of civil debt, Dec. 20, 1854. (Same 1853/4 

(p. 30)— some 1855/6.) 

1854-1857. Receipts and payments of sinking fund of 
1851 in acct. with state treasurer. (A.R. state 
treasurer 1853/4 (p. 14)— same 1856/7.) 

1855. Stmt, of redeemed and cancelled evidences of in- 
debtedness examined and destroyed by committee 
apptd. therefor. (Sen. jol. 1855: 738-739; Assem. 
jol. pp. 775-776.) 

. Treasurer's stmt, of probable amt. required to 

be in sinking fund to meet principal and interest 
of state bonds to July 1, 1856, and amts. on hand 
to provide for same. (Sen. Jol. 1855: 254.) 

. Review of arguments for liquidation of state 

debt by sale of beach and water lot property, show- 
ing probable amt. of accumulated interest at time 
of maturity. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 10.) 

. Proceeds from sale of property to be placed 

under control of state by proposed extension of S. 
F., probably sufficient to liquidate remaining state 
Indebtedness. (Same 1S55: 9.) 

. Rept. re. apparent conflict betw. funding act of 

Mch., 1S55, and act providing for state's sale of 
water lot property in S. F., passed May 18, 1853, 
as to provision for acceptance of comptroller's war- 
rants in payment for said property. (Assem. jol. 
1855: 556.) 

. Treasurer's communication re. discrepancy betw. 

funding act of 1855 and act providing for sale of 
water lot property in S. F., passed May 18, 1853, 
as to their jjrovisions for reception of comptroller's 
warrants. (Son. Jol. 1855: 482-483.) 

1855-1856. Stmt, of civil bonds, issued under act of 
Mch. 16, 1855, giving total amt. Issued to June 30, 
1855, and outstanding. (A.R. state comptroller 
1854/5 (p. 27)— same 1855/6.) 

1856. Suggestion to avoid contracting heavy Indebted- 
ness heretofore incurred. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 
10.) 

. Scrip system forced upon state by necessity for 

deferring cash payments until after redemption of 

3% bonds In 1854. (tiamc 1856: 4.) 
. List of objects for which greater part of existing 

state Indebtedness was Incurred. (Same 1856: 6.) 
. Stmt, of 7% civil bonds. Issued under act of Apr. 

19, 1856. (A.R. state comptroller 1855/6: 34.) 
. Temporary state loan bonds, Issued under act of 

Feb. 1, 1850. (Same 1855/6: 33.) 
1856/7. Recommendation re. apprn. for payment of 

prlncli)nl and Interest on state loan bonds. (A.R. 

state treasurer 1856/7: 3.) 



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DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

non-seriaJ — cont'd 

1857. Kept, and testimony re. Investigation of alleged 
remittance to N. Y. of money for payment of seml- 
ann. interest due upon funded civil debt of state, 
due July 1. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 255-288.) 

. Kept, of committee on various bills re. state 

debt. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 623G25.) 

. Kept, of special committee on state debt propos- 
ing to fund the debt. 4 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 8 
sess. doc. [2].) 

1857-1873. Stmt, of amt. of bonds Issued and interest 
paid on same since 1857. (Bienn. rept. state con- 
troller 1871/3: 185.) 

1857/8-1873. Interest and sinking fund of 1857. (A.R. 
state treasurer 1857/8 (pp. 1(3-17; 28-29)— bienn. 
rept. same 1871/3.) 

1859-1862. Stmt, showing amt. expended for interest 
on state debt. (A.R. controller 1858 (p. 11) — same 
1861/2.) 

1859/60. Recommendations for repeal of funding act 
of 1857, sec. 7; whenever, on first day of Jan. or 
July in any yr. there remains, after paying inter- 
est, a surplus of |10,000 or more, it shall be duty 
of treasurer to advertise for redemption of bonds, 
etc. (A.R. state treasurer 1859/60: 5.) 

1860. Communication from atty. gen. on res. re. state 
indebtedness. (Sen. jol. 11 sess. pp. 306-309.) 

. Rept. on act to provide for payment of $250,000 

of outstanding indebtedness of state. {Same 11 
sess. pp. 514-523.) 

1860-1862. Stmt, of amt. expended for redemption of 
bonds. (A.R. state controller 1859/60 (pp. 15-16) 
—same 1861/2.) 

1860-1865. Stmt, of funded debt of state of 1857, show- 
ing amt. of bonds issued and redeemed. {Same 
1859/60 (p. 38)— bienn. rept. same 1864/5.) 

1861. List of coupons of 7% bonds destroyed. (Sen. 
jol. 12 sess. p. 779; Assem. jol. pp. 835-836.) 

. Stmt, of amt. expended for purchase of civil 

bonds. (A.R. state controller lSGO/1: 14.) 
1861-1865. Stmt, of funded debt of 1860. (Same 

1860/1 (p. 45)— bienn. rept. same 1864/5.) 
1861-1877. Stmt, of condition of interest and sinking 

fund of 1857. {Same 1860/1 (pp. 32-33)— bienn. 

rept same 1875/7.) 
1861/2. Stmt, of state debt. (A.R. treasurer 1861/2: 

15.) 

1862. Rept. on act to provide for paying certain de- 
mands Issued on faith and credit of state, due May 
2. (Sen. jol. 13 sess. pp. 617-624.) 

1863. Repts. of state finance committee on Sen. bill 
206, re. providing for paying certain demands is- 
sued on faith and credit of state, and to contract a 
funded debt for that purpose. 13 pp. (App. to 
jols. 14 sess. unnum doc.) 

. Comments on funded debt. (A.R. state con- 
troller 1862/3: 9.) 

1863-1873. Stmt, of condition of interest and sinking 
fund of 18C0. (Same 1862/3 (pp. 84-85)— bienn. 
rept. same 1871/3.) 

1864. Rept. of committee on claims re. providing for 
paying of certain demands, and creating funded 
debt for that purpose. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 15 
sess. V. 2 unnum doc.) 

. Same; minority rept. 4 pp. {Sayne 15 sess. 

V. 2 unnum doc.) 

1864/5-1875. Interest and sinking fund of 1860; re- 
ceipts, and payments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1863/5 (p. 11)— same 1873/5.) 

1864/5-1894. Interest acct. of state debt, showing bal- 
ances on hand July 1; also amts. reed, and paid and 
balances on hand to meet unpaid coupons June 30. 
{Same 1863/5 (p. 31)— same 1892/4.) 



DEBT: STATED— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

. Transactions in state bonds; bonds sold and re- 
deemed. {Same 1863/5 (p. 30)— same 1892/4.) 

1865. Comments on state debt. (A.R. state controller 
1864/5: 6-8.) 

1865-1867. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt 
of each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for purchase of state 
bonds. {Same 1864/5 (p. 45)— same 1865/7.) 

1865-1877. Same; for redemption of state bonds. 
{Same 1864/5 (p. 45)— same 1875/7.) 

1867-1871. Stmt, of funded debts. (Bienn. rept. same 
1865/7 (pp. 161-102)— same 1869/71.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 

each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for interest on state 
debt. {Same 1865/7 (pp. 73-74)— same 1869/71.) 

. Same; for redemption of state debt. {Same 

1865/7 (p. 74)— same 1869/71.) 

1869. Same; for redemption of civil bonds of 1857. 
{Same 1867/9: 58.) 

. Same; for purchase of bonds. {Same 1867/9: 

59.) 

. Recommendation that legisl. authorize state 

treasurer to make exchange of bonds issued under 
acts of 1857 and 1860, held by him in trust for 
school fund, for similar amts. of bonds issued for 
soldiers' relief and soldiers' bounty. {Same 
1867/9: 6.) 

1869/71-1873. Debt of state of Cal.; funded debt. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1869/71 (p. 33) — same 
1871/3.) 

1871/3. Table giving stmt, of funded debt July 1, 1871, 
amt. redeemed, amt. refunded, and amt. outstand- 
ing June 30, 1873. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1871/3: 10-11.) 

1873/5-1875/7. State debt and assets June 30. (Bienn. 
rept. state treasurer 1873/5 (p. 34)— same 1875/7.) 

1873/5-1882/4. Interest and sinking fund, receipts and 
payments. {Same 1873/5 (p. 11)— some 1882/4.) 

1879-1894. State debt and kind of money in treasury, 
June 30. {Same 1877/9 (p. 16)— same 1892/4.) 

1880-1904. Stmt, of condition of interest and sinking 
fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1879/80 (p. 43} 
same 1902/4.) 

1880/2-1884. Receipts and payments on funded debt 
fund of 1873. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1880/2 
(p. 13)— same 1882/4.) 

1882-1884. Stmt, of condition of funded debt fund of 
1873. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 95) 
—saine 1882/4.) 

1882-1886. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for payment of in- 
terest on bonds. {Same 1880/2 (p. 67) — same 
1884/6.) 

1887/8. Transactions in bonds of state bd. of exami- 
ners for past 2 yrs. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 
1889: 3-6.) 

1888. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for payment of interest. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1886/8: 59.) 

1888-1904. Same; for purchase of bonds. {Same 
1886/8 (p. 59)— some 1902/4.) 

1894/6. Stmt, showing indebtedness in bonds of state. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1894/6: 16.) 

1895-1904. Comparative stmt, of bonds purchased and 
showing to what extent and good new law has 
worked. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1905: 10.) 



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DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

iion-serial — cont'd 
1896-1904. Stmt, showing state debt at close of busi- 
ness, June 30. (Bienn. rept state treasurer 1894/6 
(p. 15)— some 1902/4.) 
Claims Against State 

serial 

1 series 

Under Act of April 1, 1S70, to provide for llquld.ntlon 
of all claims agst. state. 
1871-1881/2. Rept. of state bd. of examiners. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1S71 in Sen. jol. 19 sess. pp. 88-94. 

" " Assem. jol. 19 sess. pp. 51-57. 
1873 " App. to Jols. 20 sess. v. 5 [doc. 13]. 
1876/9 " " " ■' 23 " V. 5 unnum. doc. 
1880 " " " " 24 " T. 2 
1881/2 ' 25 " V. 1 

2 series 

1887/9-1902/4. Rept. [bienn.] of bd. of examiners. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1887/9 In App. to Jols. 28 sess. 

1889/90 " 29 " 

1891/2 30 " 

1893/4 " " " " 31 " 

1894/6 32 " 

1896/8 " " " " 33 " 

1898/00 " " " " 34 " 

1900/2 35 " 

1900/2-1902/4 not found. 

non-serial 
1850. Review of issue of controller's warrants in pay- 
ment for claims on state. (A.R. controller 1850.) 

1852. Repts. of committee on claims; brief stmts, re. 
advisability of paying or rejecting various claims 
later on. (Assem. jol. 1852: 371.) 

First collected stints, re. claims. 

1853. Rept. of Indian affairs committee recommend- 
ing payment of claim of 0. S. Wetherby. 4 pp. 
(App. to Assem. jol. 4 sess. doc. 31.) 

1855. Rept. of claims committee on claim of city of 
Sacramento agst. state of Cal. for expenditures in- 
curred on acct. of sick and destitute nonresidents 
of Sacramento, from Dec, 1849, to May, 1851. 7 pp. 
(Same sess. doc. 15.) 

1856-1857. Exhibit of accts. acted on by bd. of exami- 
ners. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 45; Assem. jol. p. 62.) 

1858. Rept. recommending payment of claims of Wells, 
Fargo & Co. for express charges on papers and 
docs, of Sen. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 579.) 

. Communications re. Hereford claim for services 

rendered in prosecuting suits agst. late treasurer. 
(Same 9 sess. pp. 371-373.) 

. Stmt, of claims, bills, repudiated comptroller's 

■warrants, and petitions acted upon by jt. commit- 
tee on claims. (Same 9 sess. pp. G09-675.) 

1859. Stmt, of claims agst. state which have been re- 
jected by bd. of examiners. (Assem. jol. 10 sess. 
pp. 201-202; 256.) 

. Stmt, of claims agst. state. (Sen. jol. 10 sess. 

pp. 252-253; 309; 504; 808-813.) 

. Stmt, of accts. for sundry expenses communi- 
cated by bd. of examiners. (Same 10 sess. pp. 144- 
145; 211; 256; 284; 425; 435; 438; 506; 632; 567; 
623; 697; 730; 792-793.) 

1860. Stmt, of equitable claims agst. state to be 
funded under act of Apr. 30, 1860. (A.R. state con- 
troller 1859/60: 38.) 

1870. Rept. re. certain accts. agst. Sen. and recom- 
mending that they be paid. 6 pp. (App. to Jols. 
18 sess. V. 3 doc. 150].) 

1881. Claims for deficiencies for previous yrs. (A.R. 
bd. examlncrfl dated Jan. ], 1881: 7-8.) 

1883. Corresp. re. claim of Jas. Mackubin, Elllcott 
City, Md.. agst. state of Cal. (Same dated Jan. 1, 
1881, to Dec. 31, 1882: 15-16.) 

. Correap. re. claim of Confer Bros. (Same dated 

Jan. 1, 1881, to Dec. 31, 1882: 13-16.) 



DEBT: STATE— cont'd 

Claims Against State — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1884-1887. Stmt, of claim of D. Beaumont. (Same 
dated 1889: 36-38.) 

1886. Comments on delays in payment of claims: rec- 
ommendation that passage of act requiring all bds. 
and heads of depts. to consider and pass upon all 
bills properly coming before them for considera- 
tion not later than 10th of each mo. and that state 
bd. of examiners be required to meet at least once 
each wk. to consider bills coming before it for 
action. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1884/6: 36-37.) 

1887/8-1890. Stmt, giving list of rejected claims for 
past 2 yrs.; also claims for which no apprn. has 
been made. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1889 (pp. 
7-18)— same 1S88/90.) 

1887/8-1900. Comment on deficiency claims; complete 
list of all such, synopsis of their history, reason for 
approval of bd. and apprn. agst. which they are 
chargeable. (Same dated 1889 (pp. 18-31)— same 
1899/00.) 

1888. Claims of J. Mackubin, W. W. Sheldon, Thos. 
Stephenson, and D. B. Woolf. (Same dated Jan. 1, 
1881, to Dec. 31, 1882: 4-5.) 

1888/90-1904. Claims approved by state bd. of exami- 
ners for which no apprns. have been made. (Same 
dated 1891 (pp. 16-21)— sojne 1902/4.) 

1889. Rept. on investigation of all matters re. any un- 
paid claims agst. state. (Sen. jol. 28 sess. pp. 984- 
986.) 

1890-1900. List of claims rejected and disallowed; also 
list of special and extraordinary claims. (A.R. 
bd. examiners dated 1891 (pp. 25-28)^som.e 
1899/00.) 

1892. Comments on claims for less than $100 that have 
accrued prior to 44th fiscal yr. (Same dated 1893: 
43.) 

. Stmt, of claims transmitted without recommen- 
dation. (Same dated 1893: 33-39.) 

1893. Govs, mess.; changes needed in laws re. claims 
agst. state, etc. (Sen. jol. 30 sess. pp. 642-643; 
Assem. jol. pp. 51G-518.) 

1898. Comments on deficiencies granted. (A.R. bd. 

examiners dated 1S99: 18.) 
. Condensed stmt, showing amt. of deficiency 

claim approved by bd. under sec. 663 of political 

code. (Same dated 1899: 4-6.) 

1901. Veto of act making apprn. to pay claim of 
Marin Co. agst. state. (Sen. jol. 34 sess. pp. 1228- 
1229.) 

. Veto of act appropriating money for payment of 

claim of Pacific Coast Steamship Co. agst. state. 
(Assem. jol. 34 sess. p. 590.) 

1902. List of claims approved as deficiencies under sec. 
5, of general apprn. act, and recommendation for 
payment of apprns. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 
1903: 4.) 

1904. Comments on rejected claims reconsidered. 
(Same dated 1905: 9.) 
Interest Fund; see Finance: State. Funds 
War Debt; sec War Expenditures 
Warrants; see Finance: State. Expenditures 

DEER; see FISH AND GAME 

DEFALCATIONS 
State Officers; see Finance: State. Misappropriation, etc. 

DEL NORTE COUNTY (1857) 
Assessors; sec Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 
1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 



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DEL NORTE COUNTY (1857)— cont'd 

Coal in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Coal; 
these dates. 
Copper in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per; these dates. 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Fruit Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Gold in 

1879-1880. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 

these dates. 
1881. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 

Iron in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 
Manganese in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Man- 
ganese; these dates. 
Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 
Platinum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Silver in 
1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 

DENTISTS 
License; see that title 

DESERT LAND; see LAND 

DIABASE; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

DIAMONDS; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

DIPHTHERIA; see PUBLIC HEALTH 

DIRECT TAX; see FINANCE: STATE. REVENUE 

DISCHARGED CONVICTS; see CONVICTS 

DISEASES 

Human; see Public Health 
Livestock; see Agriculture 

DISSOLVED SAVINGS BANK FUND; see BANKS. SAV- 
INGS BANK FUND 

DIVORCE; see VITAL STATISTICS 

DOCKS; see WHARVES AND DOCKS 

DRAINAGE 

Land 

For drainage local works, Rce Land : Drainapo. For 
the drainage construction works of the state, see 
River Conservancy. This division has been made 
to avoid unnecessary duplication. 

DRAINAGE CONSTRUCTION FUND; see RIVER CONSER- 
VANCY 

DRIED FRUIT 

Industries; see Industries, etc 

DROUGHT; see CLIMATE 

DRUGGISTS 
License; see that title 



EARTHQUAKES 

1872. The Owens Valley earthquake of Mch. 26; ar- 
ticles by Prof. Whitney, published In " Overland 
Monthly " for Aug. and Sept., 1872. (8 A.R. state 
raineraloplst 1887/8: 288-309.) 

1887. List of recorded earthquakes in Cal., Lower Cal., 
Ore., and Wash. Ter.; comp. by E. S. Holden. 
78 pp. 

EDUCATION 

1865. Table showing educational resources of the more 
prominent Amcr. colleges. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1864/5: 84.) 

. National bureau of education favored. (1 blenn. 

rept. supt. public instruction 1864/5: 77.) 
California 
serial 
A 
1866-1885. Rept. of Assem. committee on education re. 
state reform school, etc. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
180G In App. to Jols. 16 scss. v. 3 unnum. doe. 4 pp. 
** ** Assem. jol. 16 sess. pp. .562-564. 
State Normal School, Deaf. Dumb and Blind Asylum, 
Industrial School, and Orphan Asylums at S. F. 
1870 In App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 6 pp. 
State Normal School, Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum, 
and State Dnlverslty. 
1876 In App. to Jols. 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc. 5 pp. 
State rnlverslty. State Normal School and Deaf, Dumb 
and Blind Asylum. 
1883 In Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 375-377. 

As above. 
1885 In Assem. jol. 28 sess. pp. 558-502. 
As above. 

B 
REPORTS 

1 series 
Under Act approved May 1, 1851. 
1851-1862/3. Ann. rept. of supt. of public instruction. 
1-13. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1. 1851 In App. to Assem. Jol. 1852 : 803-824. 

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2. 185 

3. 1853 
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1854 
5. 1855 

5. 1855 

6. 18.56 
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18.57 
1858 
1858 

issn 

18.59 
10. 1860 

10. 1860 

11. 1861 

12. 1862 

13. 1862/3 



Sen. " 1853 doc. 61. 
not found. 
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Sen. 
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Sen. 
Assem. 



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1863/5-1902/4. 
tlon, 1-21. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1. 1,863/5 In App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

2. 1865/7 " ' 17 " v. 2 

3. 1867/9 ' 18 " v. 1 

4. 1870/2 19 " V. 1 " " 

5. 1871/3 (sic.) In App, to Jols. 20 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

6. 1873/5 In App. to Jols. 21 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc. 

7. 1.875/7 " "~ 

8. 1877/9 '• 

9. 1879/SO' 

10. 1880/2 " 

11. 1882/4 " 

12. 1884/6 " 

13. 1886/8 " 

14. 1888/90" 

15. 1890/2 " 

16. 1892/4 " 

17. 1894/6 32 " V. 1 doc. 113]. 

18. 1896/8 not printed. 

19. 1898/00 In App. to jola. 34 sesa. v. 1 doc. 191. 

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EDUCATION— cont'd 

Cautobnia — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

B — cont'd 

BULLETINS 

1 series 

1899-1903. Circulars, nos. 1-20. Jan. 16, 1S99 to Aug. 
29, 1903. 4°. 

Some printed ; some typewritten. 

2 series 

1903-1904. Bulls., nos. 21-35. Sept. 1, 1903, to June 21, 
1904. 4°. 

non-serial 

1849-1865. Historical sketch of public school system of 
Cal. (1 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 1864/5: 
239-291.) 

1849-1879. Historical sketch of foundation and endow- 
ments of state system of free public education. 
(8 same 1878/9: 5-9.) 

1850-1856. Brief review of state legislation re. schools 
and school lands; importance of ascertaining state 
of school lands within each co. ; communication 
from CO. supt. of Humboldt re. same, being the only 
rept. on this subject reed, by state supt. (6 A.R. 
same 1856: 3-6.) 

1850-1880. Retrospective review of education in state, 
rfisumfi of school legislation, work of state supts., 
State University, State Normal School, denomina- 
tional colleges, and private schools. (8 bienn. 
rept. same 1878/9: 10-24.) 

1850-1904. The elementary schools of Cal.; by J. 
Swett; a monograph published by dept. of educa- 
tion, Cal., La. Purchase Exposition comn. (21 
same 1902/4: 102-113.) 

1851. Rept. of supt. of public instruction pursuant to 
res. of Apr. 2, re. general educational conditions in 
state and suggestions for establishment of school 
system. (Legisl. jol. 1851: 1562-1569.) 

. Present school law inadequate, a thoroughly di- 
gested and carefully prepared school law needed; 
suggestion that small property tax be levied for 
support of schools for the present and that provi- 
sion be made for co. supt. and distr. school libra- 
rian. (1 A.R. supt. public instruction 1851: 804- 
805.) 

rnginff from Collected docs. 

1851-1852. School statistics given in narrative form by 
cos. Imperfect. (1 same 1851 (pp. 817-824)— 2 
same 1852.) 

Paglnp from rollectod docs. 

1851-1904. Secondary education in Cal.; by J. B. Mc- 
Chesney; a monograph published by dept. of edu- 
cation, Cal., La. Purchase Exposition comn. (21 
same 1902/4: 114-129.) 

. Cumulative comparative summary, by yrs., of 

public schools, from returns of school census mar- 
shals and teachers. (2 bienn. rept. same 1866/7 
(p. 189)— 21 same 1902/4.) 

1852. Review of constitutional provisions for educa- 
tional revenue. (Govs. ann. mess. 1852.) 

. Suggestions for needed changes and additions In 

new school law; sec. In bill creating co. supt. acci- 
dentally omitted, therefore no school moneys could 
be legally distributed; recommended that co. as- 
Bessors be constituted co. supts. of common schools, 
that In case of neglect to elect school comrs. tliat 
CO. supt. be empowered to appt. same; that school 
comrs. rept. ann. to co. supts. and to supt. public 
Instruction; that some provision be made to meet 
Interest on comptroller's warrants i)ald Into treas- 
ury for school lands, also for schools taught In 
churches for want of Hiillable school houses; that 
provision be made for uniform system of school 
books. (2 A.R, supt. public Instruction 1852: C-8.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

Caufobnia — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1852-1855. Admirable school system, and school fund 
of over one-half million dollars inviolably devoted 
to support of said system in 1855, compared with 
entire absence of school system or funds in 1852. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 8.) 

1852-1865. Historical statistical tables of public schools 
from their organization; apportionments, receipts, 
expenditures, no. of children, average attendance, 
amt. of school taxes; salaries, etc., by yrs. and cos. 
(1 bienn. rept. supt. public Instruction 1864/5: 300- 
331.) 

1852-1867. Comparative table showing no. of children 
betw. 4 and 18 from 1851 to 1865 and betw. 5 and 
15 for 1866 and 1867. (2 same 1866/7: 20.) 

1853. Rept. of committee on education re. changes nec- 
essary in school law established bv act of May 3, 
1852. 4 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 70.) 

1853-1854. Comparison of school statistics of past 2 
yrs.; exhibiting the fact that nearly three-fourths 
of children of state are growing up devoid of learn- 
ing to read or write; amt. of decrease in state 
apprn. for 1853 and 1854; Immediate remedial ac- 
tion necessary. (4 A.R. supt. public instruction 
1854: 3-4.) 

1853-1857. Stmt, of no. as reported by census of school 
children in state; no. of schools, teachers, and amt. 
of school money appropriated since organization of 
system. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 45; Assem. jol. p. 62.) 

. Comparison of average daily attendance on pub- 
lic schools since first reported. (1 bienn. rept. 
supt. public instruction 1864/5 (p. 39) — 2 same 
1866/7.) 

. Comparative table showing no. of children re- 
ported, no. of schools, no. of teachers, and amt. 
apportioned each yr., by cos. (7 A.R. same 1857: 
16-17.) 

1854. Prom fact that densely settled mt. cos. are, by 
reason of non-survey, thus cut off from township 
16th and 36th sees., some remedy should be pro- 
vided by Congress. (4 same 1854: 5.) 

. In every co. of state schools exist; Germans of 

S. F. are teaching the language of the " Faderland " 
[sic] : Spanish and French are taught In flourish- 
ing but expensive private schools: co. institutes are 
being established; State Teachers' Inst, established, 
and first Educational Convention of the Pacific has 
been held. (4 same 1854: 4.) 

1854-1857. Recapitulation of repts. re. public schools, 
consolidated from co. and township repts. (4 same 
1854 (foldg. table)— 7 same 1857.) 
No returns In 1850. 

1855. Three colleges Incorporated. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1856: 8.) 

. Defects in school law, remedial legislation sug- 
gested. (5 A.R. supt. public Instruction 1855: 8-9.) 

1855-1856. Uniform system of mngmt. recommended 
for township schools, uniform series of text-books, 
and non-sectarian and non-political control of com- 
mon schools. (5 same 1855 (pp. 9-10) — 6 sam,e 
1856.) 

1855-1879. Diagrams showing growth of schools In 
nos., school attendance, no. of census children, and 
salaries paid teachers. (8 bienn. rept. same 1878/9: 
2.) 

1856. Provision should be made In every township now 
established and In every township of 6 miles 
sqimre, as soon as surveyed, not only for election of 
school comrs., but also for levying of such rates of 
taxation necessary to supiiort one or more schools 
free of charge to all chlldion within township; In 
event of any township falling to take such action. 



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87 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

Califobma — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 
should be made duty of co. supervisors to fix rate 
of taxation in such townships; anieiuliitory act 
provldInK that school moneys be distributed in 
proportion to average attendance, instead of no. 
resident, recommended. (6 A.R. same 185G: 7.) 
1857-1863. Statistical comparison of progress of schools 
during past 6 yrs. (12 same 18G2: 3-G.) 

1858. On condition of Cal. school system; out of 40,530 
children reported betw. 4 and 18 yrs. of age In 
state, average attendance was 11,183; direct apprn. 
of $100,000, over and above usual interest paid upon 
school fund recommended. (8 same 1858: 3-8.) 

. On worliing of school system; state supt. ad- 
dressed himself during past yr. to reorganization of 
dept. and reformation of abuses on part of school 
oflScers; full and detailed repts. made for flrst time 
by school marshals and co. supts. ; system of edu- 
cational exchanges organized and registry for 
teachers opened; small apprn. for lectures on edu- 
cation suggested. (8 same 1858: 8-10.) 

. Commentaries on the school law, with elements 

of school architecture. 184 pp. (Supt. public in- 
struction.) 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1858-1859. Amdmts. to school law recommended ex- 
tending term during which school shall be main- 
tained to entitle it to apportionment, from 3 to 6 
mos. ; creating co. and state bd. of examiners; 
clearly defining rights and duties of co. treas- 
urers in matter of deducting percentage for dis- 
bursing school funds; prohibiting use of school 
fund for payment of officers' salaries; allowing ad- 
joining dlstrs. to unite funds; increasing co. tax 
for support of schools; remedying inconsistency in 
law, fixing time for census repts.; prohibiting ne- 
groes entering public schools for white children. 
(8 A.R. supt. public Instruction 1858 (pp. 10-15) — 
9 same 1859.) 

1858-1904. Statistical tables exhibiting condition of 
public schools, by cos.; no. of children, average 
attendance, expenditures, apportionments, school 
houses, teachers, etc. (8 same 1858 (pp. 26-34) — 
21 same 1902/4.) 

1859. Remedial legislation to correct defect in law re. 
certificates of election to trustees, and to compel 
schools to be conducted on a cash basis. (9 same 
1859: 12-13.) 

1859-1896. Statistical review of progress in public 
schools during yr. (9 same 1859 (pp. 3-6) — 17 
same 1894/6.) 

Not found In 1870/1. 

1860. Compensation inadequate to secure efficient 
teachers; direct apprn. for support of schools, in 
addition to Interest ordinarily paid on school fund 
recommended. (10 same 1860 (pp. 7-9) — 11 same 
1861.) 

1862. Rate bills necessary evil until state is prepared 
to furnish larger means for support of schools; 
recommended legislation to enforce payment of 
same. (12 same 1862: 19-20.) 

1863. Rept. on state educational diplomas granted. 
(13 same 1863: 38-41.) 

. The schools and the state; public schools and 

patriotism. (13 same 1863: 97-111.) 

. Comment on attendance; comparison with Mass. 

schools. (13 same 1863: 11.) 

. Forms of repts. of the educational dept. care- 
fully revised and simplified; comment on same. 
(13 same 1863: 43-49.) 

. On condition of schools; only a little more than 

one-fourth are free schools; rest partially main- | 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

Califobnia^ — cont'd 
non-scrtaZ— cont'd 
talned by rate bills and tuition. (13 same 1863: 
9-10.) 

18G3-18G7. Review of educational progress of state 
since 1862. (2 bionn. rept. same lSGG/7: 135-144.) 

. Comment on school census of children. (13 A. 

R. same 1863 (pp. 10-11) — 2 bienn. rept. same 
1866/7.) 

. Review of financial school legislation and pro- 
gress of schools during last 5 yrs.; 18G7 marks 
transition period from rate bill to free school sys- 
tem. (2 bienn. rept. same 18GC/7: 5-G.) 

. Principal amdmts. and new provisions of re- 
vised school law. (13 A.R. same 1863 (pp. 21-22) 
— 2 bionn. rept. same 18CG/7.) 

18G3-1888. On educational progress in Cal. during past 
25 yrs. (13 A.R. savie 188G/8: 5.) 

1864-1865. Comments on statistics from school regis- 
ters. (1 bienn. rept. same 18G4/5: 38.) 

. Comparison of Cal. schools with other states. 

(1 same 1864/5: 31-32.) 

1864-1867. Comment on average length of schools. (1 
same 1864/5 (pp. 40-41)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

1864/5. Comparative financial stmt. betw. incorpo- 
rated cities and rural distrs. of state. (1 same 
1864/5: 228-229.) 

. Comparative stmt, of school census marshals' 

returns, betw. cities and rural distrs. (1 same 
1864/5: 230.) 

. Same; of city and co. schools from repts. of 

teachers and trustees. (1 same 1866/7: 231.) 

1865. Statistical comparison betw. schools of incor- 
porated cities and those of rural distrs. (1 same 
1864/5: 33-35.) 

. State educational journal: stmt, by cos. show- 
ing no. of teachers and no. of subscribers for Cal. 
Journal; recommendation that state supt. be au- 
thorized to subscribe for sufficient no. of copies to 
supply each distr. library and each distr. clerk. 
(1 same 1865: 68-74.) 

— — . Improvements in methods of teaching. (1 same 
1864/5: 122-124.) 

. School discipline; relation of teacher and pupil; 

corporal punishment; punishment for misconduct 
out of school. (1 same 1864/5: 154-167.) 

. Public schools and taxation; an appeal to legisl. 

(1 same 1864/5: 175-178.) 

— . Rept. on school visits. (1 same 1864/5: 87-90.) 

. Comment on no. of free schools maintained 

without resort to rate bill. (1 same 18G4/5: 42.) 

. Results of operations of new school laws re. co. 

institutes, school trustees, distr. taxes, state teach- 
ers' certificates, uniform series of text-books, half- 
mill, CO., and distr. school taxes, teaching U. S. 
history, supplying Cal. Teacher to each bd. of 
trustees, and division of distrs. (1 same 1864/5: 
52-57.) 

. Amdmts. to school laws recommended enlarg- 
ing bd. of education and empowering same to pre- 
scribe regular course of study for ungraded 
schools; to prepare rules and regulations govern- 
ing teachers and pupils, and to Issue teachers' life 
certificates under certain conditions. (1 same 
1864/5: 57-59.) 

. Revision and rearranging of whole school law 

recommended. (1 same 1864/5: 74-75.) 

. Additional legislation recommended re. powers 

and duties of teachers, and of co. supts.; also pro- 
viding that public schools, except in incorporated 
cities, be open to all white children betw. 5 and 
21 resident in distr.; that asst. be employed in 
school exceeding 60; that except In Incorporated 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OP CALIPORNIA 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

California— cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 
cities, schools should be divided into three ^ades — 
grammar schools, those betw. grammar and pri- 
mary, and primary — to correspond with the three 
grades of certificates; and that no distr. should be 
entitled to its apportionment unless kept open 
during 5 mos. of the yr. (1 same 1864/5: 63-65.) 

1865-1867. Comment on no. of schools in state. (1 
same 1865 (p. 40)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

. The importance of moral training in public 

schools; the Bible in the schools. (1 same 1864/5 
(pp. 144-154)— 2 saine 1866/7.) 

. Review of public school property of state, and 

valuation. (1 same 1864/5 (pp. 29-30) — 2 same 
1866/7.) 

. Course of study for ungraded schools. (1 same 

1S64/5 (pp. 124-130)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

1865-1874. Cal. colleges, college schools, and semina- 
ries. (1 same 1864/5 (pp. 392-417)— 5 same 1872/3.) 

1866-1896. Table giving percentage of increase or de- 
crease in state school population. (6 same 1874/5 
(p. 8)— 17 same 1894/6.) 

. Comparative tables giving school census of chil- 
dren, no. and percentage attending public and pri- 
vate schools, average daily attendance, mo. and 
percentage of non-attendance and truancy. (5 
same 1872/3 (pp. 12-13)— 17 same 1894/6.) 

1867. School distr. elections. (2 same 1866/7: 15-18.) 

. School children and estimated population of 

state. (2 same 1866/7: 28-29.) 

. Comment on forms and blanks of educational 

dept. (2 same 1866/7: 38-39.) 

. The inspection of schools. (2 same 1866/7: 53- 

58.) 

. School discipline; the self-reporting system. 

(2 same 1866/7: 58-63.) 

. Children not attending school. (2 same 1866/7: 

28.) 

. Educational directory. (2 same 1866/7: 89-97.) 

1868-1871. Abstr. of school statistics from state supt's. 
rept. (3 same 1868/9 (pp. 84-85)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1869. Favorable comment on cosmopolitan schools. (3 
same 1868/9: 33-34.) 

. On Importance of parents visiting public schools. 

(3 same 1868/9: 12.) 

. On Importance of office of school trustee and 

need of reform. (3 same 1868/9: 7-8.) 

1871. The next step — a true system of education; pres- 
ent system inadequate for frontier and sparsely 
settled distrs.; state system and co. system of taxa- 
tion discussed; state supt. in favor of former. (4 
same 1870/1: 51-56.) 

. Comparative table showing for different states 

no. of census children, attendance at schools, no. 
and sex of teachers, average wages paid teachers, 
no. of children taught by one teacher, and aver- 
age length of school term. (4 same 1870/1: 106.) 

. A new departure in school discipline: aboHtlon 

of corporal punishment in Lincoln Grammar 
School, S. F. (4 same 1870/1: 93-96; 156-165.) 

1873. Discussion of ways and means of providing for 
every distr. sufflclent and equal educational facili- 
ties; draft of new revenue law designed to supply 
each distr. with an 8 mos. school. (5 same 1872/3: 
40-63.) 

1873-1875. Synopsis of revised course of Instruction by 
state bd. of education. (5 same 1872/3 (pp. 214- 
2491—6 same 1874/5.) 

1875. The unprecedented advance made In popular ed- 
ucation In state. (6 same 1874/B: 19-20.) 

. Half-time system of Bchools favored. (6 same 

1874/5: 72-76.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

Caxifobnia — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1875. Program for teaching revised course of studies; 
general suggestions for teaching said comrs. (6 
same 1874/5: [3*1-95*.) 

1876. Veto of Sen. bill 250 to provide for construction 
and maintenance of an academy in Tehama Co. 
6 pp. (App. to jols 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

1876/7. Comparative table showing school population, 
average attendance, and percentage of average at- 
tendance on school population. (8 bienn. rept. 
supt. public instruction 1878/9: 5.) 

1877. Quality of education given In public schools; ex- 
tracts from recent state repts. showing trend of 
public sentiment in country on needed reforms; 
common sense in public schools. (7 same 1876/7: 
9-14.) 

. Amdmts. to school law recommended. (7 same 

1876/7: 16-18.) 

1878. Our public schools: address delivered before 
State Teachers' Assn. by (Jov. Irwin. (8 same 
1878/9: 195-205.) 

1879. Suggestions and recommendations re. school 
libraries, free text-books, permanency of teachers' 
positions, local school mngmt., metric system, spell- 
ing reform, and kindergarten. (8 same 1878/9: 
38-44.) 

. Changes in school law under new constitution. 

(9 same 1879/80: 16-28.) 

1882. Minor changes suggested In school laws. (10 
same 1880/2: 26-27.) 

1882-1896. Rept. on condition of Cal. public schools. 
(10 same 1880/2 (pp. 15-191-17 same 1894/6.) 

1883/4-1903/4. Comparative table showing no. of ac- 
credited schools, each yr. since first accrediting of 
schools; also list of accredited schools for 1903/4. 
(21 same 1902/4: 53-56.) 

1884. Suggested legislation for establishment of work 
schools by state. (11 same 1882/4: 40a-40c.) 
Repeated In 18.'!4/0. 

. Recommended changes In school law of last rept. 

repeated. (11 same 1882/4 (pp. 21-22) — 13 same 
1886/8.) 

1887-1890. Review of important legislation of past sess. 
(13 same 1886/8 (pp. 53-54)— 14 same 1888/90.) 

1888. Comments on census of school children, and sug- 
gestion that law be amended. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1886/8: 28.) 

. Recommended legislation requiring co. supts. to 

make ann. repts. of progress and condition of each 
school in their resp. cos. (13 rept. supt. public in- 
struction 1886/8: 22.) 

1888-1890. On importance of stiidy of civil govt. In 
public schools; recommended that state cause to be 
compiled an elementary work on this subject for 
use of schools in state. (13 same 1886/8 (p. 50) — 
14 same 18S8/90.) 

1890. On importance of teaching morals and manners 
In public schools: legislation re. scientific temper- 
ance institution suggested. (14 same 1888/90: 32- 
33.) 

. Recommendation that balance of fund remain- 
ing from apprn. for mooting of National Educa- 
tional Assn. bo made nucleus of a fund for erecting 
an educational bldg. and establishing permanent 
educational exhibit. (14 same 1888/90: 36.) 

. An educational directory of Cal.; suppl. to 14th 

bienn. rept. of supt. of public Instruction. 77 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Powker. 

. Course of study for the public schools of Cal., 

recommondod by the state bd. of education as a 
basis for coursos of study to be adopted by co. bds. 
of education. 27 pp. 

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EDUCATION— cont'd 

Caiifornia — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 
1893-1901. Comparative enrollment for Intervals of 6 
or 8 yrs.. showing that comparison of present 8th 
grade with present 1st grade Is about the same as 
comparison of present 8th grade with 1st grade of 
8 yrs. ago, from which present 8th grade class was 
derived. 1 10 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1901/2: 55.) 

1894. Changes in school law recommended at blenn. 
convention of supts. (16 rept. supt. public Instruc- 
tion 1892/4: 64-67.) 

1895. Rules adopted by bd. of education for granting 
diplomas and normal docs. (17 same 1894/6 (pp. 
24-25)— 20 same 1900/2.) 

Not Klvcn In 1809/00. 

1896. Comment on res. adopted by National Educa- 
tional Assn. of 1895 authorizing investigation of 
rural school problem. (17 same 1894/6: 14.) 

1896-1900. List of accredited colleges and universities 
recognized by state bd. of education under provi- 
sions of sec. 1775 of Political Code. (17 same 
1894/6 (p. 76)— 19 sajne 1898/00.) 

1899-1900. Summary of statistics of primary and gram- 
mar schools. (19 same 1898/00: 94-95.) 

1899-1904. Review of statistics, showing increase or de- 
crease in census of children, attendance in schools, 
receipts and expenditures, and valuation of school 
property. (21 same 1902/4: 18-21.) 

1900. General Information, by cos.; given by co. supts. 
(19 same 1899/00: 127-150.) 

. In view of failure of educational legislation dur- 
ing past two sess. of legisl., a state education comn. 
was formed to attempt to awaken public interest; 
proceedings of said comn. (19 same 1898/00: 8-15.) 

1900/1. Statistical table; comparison of city schools. 
(20 same 1900/2: 122-123.) 

1901. Table showing enrollment of boys and girls in 
successive grades of public schools of seven princi- 
pal cities of Cal. during mo. of Feb., 1901. (10 
blenn. rept. labor statistics 1901/2: 53.) 

1901-1902. Summary of statistics; high schools, nor- 
mals, primary, and grammar. (20 rept. supt. pub- 
lic Instruction 1900/2 (pp. 159-163)— 21 same 
1902/4.) 

1902. Educational outlook In state. (20 same 1900/2: 
7.) 

1902-1904. Table showing no. of educational docs. 

granted by state bd. of education from July 1, 1902, 

to June 30, 1904. (21 same 1902/4: 26.) 
1903/4. Statistical tables of city schools. (21 same 

1902/4: 245-248.) 
. Secondary schools in Cal., 1903/4. Comp. by 

University in Dec, 1903. 77 pp. 
SACRAMENTO 
1853-1867. Statistical review of Sacramento city 

schools. (2 blenn. rept. supt. public Instruction 

1866/7: 221-229.) 

SAN FRANCISCO 
1849/50-1866/7. The public schools of S. F.; statistics 
for 1867, and comparative statistics for previous 
yrs.; school houses. (2 bienn. rept. supt. public 
instruction 1866/7: 203-221.) 
1870. Stmt, of condition and wants of public school 
dept. of S. F. by committee of bd. of education. 
42 pp. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 
1878. Memorial of S. F. bd. of education to legisl. 4 
pp. (Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 11].) 

Protest ngst. McCoppIn bill which forbids teaching of 
music and of langaages other than English In 
common schools of state. 

. Minority rept. of S. F. delegation on Assem. bill 

116. 4 pp. (Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 17].) 
Re. bd. of education of city and co. of S. F. 
1882. The S. F. school dept (10 rept. public Instruc- 
tion 1880/2: 28-30.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Aliens 

18G3-1865. Mongolian, Indian, and negro children in 
state; provision for separate schools advised. (13 
A.R. supt. public instruction 1803 (pp. 67-68)— 1 
blenn. rept. same 1864/5.) 
1867. Schools for negro and Mongolian children. (2 
bienn. rept. same 1866/7: 22.) 

Board of Education 

1866-1875. Rules and regulations of public schools of 
Cal. adopted by state bd. of education. (3 bienn. 
rept. supt. public instruction 1866/7 (pp. 281-285) 
—6 same 1874/5.) 

Not found In 1868/9-1870/1. 

. Proceedings of meetings of state bd. of educa- 
tion. (2 same 1866/7 (pp. 80-82)— 6 same 1874/5.) 

1894-1896. Transactions of state bd. of education. (17 
same 1894/6: 24-76.) 

1899. Rept. on state bd. of education. (Rept. of com- 
mittee to make examination of state Institutions 
1899: 172-173.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

Co-education 

1867-1869. Co-education of sexes. (2 bienn. rept. supt. 

public instruction 1866/7 (pp. 77-80)— 3 same 

1868/9.) 

Compulsory Education 

1871. Agst. compulsory education. (4 bienn. rept. 
supt. public instruction 1870/1: 92.) 

1872. Advising compulsory education for Cal.; two 
articles appended, copied from rept. of U. S. comr. 
of education — relation betw. crime and education 
and relation betw. education and pauperism. (5 
same 1872/3: 11-40.) 

1875. School attendance; compulsory school law; 
amdmts. to same advised. (6 same 1874/5: 32-36.) 

1888. Compulsory education law a dead letter; more 
stringent measures for its enforcement advised; 
cities, towns, and distrs. should be required to 
make ample provision for all applying for admis- 
sion. (13 same 1886/8 (p. 8)— 14 same 1888/90.) 

1902. See below. Conventions; this date. 

Conventions 

1863. Rept. on convention of co. supts. (13 A.R. supt. 
public instruction 1863: 25-26.) 

1888. National Educational Assn. held In S. F. (13 
rept. same 1886/8: 54-57.) 

1888-1889. Proceedings of ann. meetings of Cal. Teach- 
ers' Assn. (14 same 18S8/90: 204-225.) 

1896. Extracts from proceedings of Cal. Teachers' 
Assn. (17 same 1894/6: 77-95.) 

1900. Bienn. convention of co. and city supts. concur- 
red in recommendations and proposed legislation 
offered by State Educational Comn. and committee 
apptd. to co-operate with sub-romniittee from said 
organization. (19 same 1898/00: 15.) 

1902. Same: state legislation needed providing requi- 
site authority and means for securing Improved 
school text-books for primary and grammar schools, 
adoption of adequate compulsory school attendance 
law, and measure determining how a fund shall be 
provided and distributed in aid of high schools. 
(20 same 1900/2: 14-17.) 

1904. Same; res. adopted re. school revenues and In- 
creasing prtg. apprn. for state supt. (21 same 
1902/4: 14-15.) 

Deaf 

1904. Comment on experiment in several cities of state 
of establishing classes for oral training and In- 
struction of the deaf under law of 1903. (21 rept. 
supt. public Instruction 1902/4: 13.) 



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EDUCATION— cont'd 
Educational Associations 

1863-1867. Kept, on State Educational Socy. (13 A.R. 
supt. public instruction 1863 (pp. 36-38)— 2 bienn. 
rept. sajne 1866/7.) 

1896. Southern Cal. Teachers' Assn. (17 rept. same 
1894/6: 95.) 
Educational Journals 

1863. The Cal. Teacher, the professional organ of the 
teachers of the state. (13 A.R. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1863: 55-59.) 

1869-1871. Same; organ of dept. of public instruction. 
(3 bienn. rept. same 1868/9 (p. 21) — i same 
1870/1.) 

1882. Pacific School Journal made official organ of 
school dept. (10 same 1880/2: 30.) 

1896. Res. adopted by bd. of education on expediency 
of withdrawing subsidy from state funds to an 
official journal. (17 same 1894/6: 26.) 

1904. Favorable comment on the state education jour- 
nal. (21 same 1902/4: 15-16.) 
Evening Schools 

1869. Evening schools. (3 bienn. rept. supt. public 
instruction 1868/9: 13-14.) 
Exhibitions 

1875. Education at the Centennial; practical sugges- 
tions re. a state exhibit. (6 bienn. rept. supt. pub- 
lic instruction 1874/5: 119-128.) 

1876. Educational progress, as exemplified at Centen- 
nial exhibition. (7 same 1876/7: 30-45.) 

1890. Cal. dept. of public instruction reed, gold medal 
at World's Fair in Paris. (14 rept. same 1888/90: 
36-37.) 

1903. Cal's. educational exhibit at St. Louis. (21 same 
1902/4: 81-87.) 
Expenditures 

1871. Comparative table, showing gross amt. and amt. 
per census child, of school revenues and school 
expenditures of different states. (4 bienn. rept. 
supt. public Instruction 1870/1: 102-103.) 

CALIFORNIA 
General material only. Expenditures for Individual 
institutions entered Ijelow under name of institu- 
tion ; see Education : Individual. 

1851. Tabular stmt, showing condition of contingent 
fund of supt. of public instruction. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1850/1: 496.) 
I'nglnK from Collected docs. 

1851-1886. Comparative table showing total expendi- 
tures for public schools in state since their organi- 
zation, assessable property, and percentage of ex- 
penditures on taxable property. (1 bienn. rept. 
supt. public instruction 1864/5 (p. 232)— 12 same 
1884/6.) 

1852-18C7. Financial stmt., by cos., showing total amt. 
of receipts and expenditures for public schools. 
(2 .some 1866/7: 191.) 

1852-1904. Cumulative comparative stmt., by yrs., 
showing amt. of receipts and expenditures for pub- 
lic schools, specifying sources of revenue and ob- 
jects for which expended. (2 same 1866/7 (p. 188) 
— 21 same 1902/4.) 

1855. Rept. of supt. of public Instruction re. exhibit of 
expenrtlturcH from contingent fund apprn., with 
estimated amt. unpaid; pursuant to apprn. act ap- 
proved Apr. 27. 1855. (Assem. jol. 1856: 209-210; 
Sen. Jol. pp. 210-211.) 

1856-1862. Stmt, showing amt. expended for school 
purposes. (A.R. state comptroller 1855/6 (p. 13) — 
same 1861/2.) 

185G/7. Stmt, of manner In which contingent apprn. 
for dept. of public Instruction has been expended, 
Feb. 1 to Jan. 31. (Sen. Jol. 8 hcss. pp. 287-288; 
AHsem. Jol. pp. 347-348.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 

California — cont'd 

1859. Stmt, of expenditures of contingent fund by 
supt. of public instruction. (Sen. jol. 11 sess. pp. 
162-164.) 

1860. Estimate of contingent expenses of office of supt. 
of public instruction for 11th fiscal yr. {Same 10 
sess. p. 227.) 

. Detailed stmt, of expenditures by supt. of pub- 
lic instruction. 3 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 12 sess. 
unnum. doc.) 

. Same. (App. to Assem. jol. 12 sess. unnum. 

doc.) 

1863. Comment on receipts and expenditures of school 
moneys; legisl. should decide whether school offi- 
cers ought not to be required to make some rept. 
of public moneys which they receive and appro- 
priate. (13 A.R. supt. public instruction 1863: 8-9.) 

1863-1865. Deficiency apprn. asked for by state supt. 
(13 same 1863 (p. 80)— 1 bienn. rept. same 1864/5.) 

1863-1867. Stmt, of work of dept. of public instruction 
during yr., traveling and traveling expenses, salary, 
apprns., and expenditures. (13 same 1863 (pp. 75- 
81)— 2 bienn. rept. same 1866/7.) 

1865. Comparative cost of public and private schools. 
(1 bienn. rept. same 1864/5: 30-31.) 

1865-1867. Comparative stmt., by cos., showing total 
amt. of school expenditures. (2 same 1866/7: 154.) 

. TVTiat our public schools have cost to present 

time. (1 same 1864/5 (pp. 27-29)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

1865-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. 
of each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state support of 
schools. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1863/5 (pp. 
43-44)— so?«e 1902/4.) 

1866-1871. Stmt, of expenditures of apprns. to dept. of 
public instruction. (2 bienn. rept. supt. public In- 
struction 1866/7 (pp. 197-200)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1878-1896. Stmt, of expenditures in office of state supt. 
(8 savie 1878/9 (p. 192)— 17 same 1894/6.) 

1882. Cost of schools — financial; recommendation of 
comptroller re. Investment of school fund Indorsed. 
(10 rept. same 1880/2: 19-22.) 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state bd. of edu- 
cation. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 
64)— some 1902/4.) 

. Same; for supt. of public Instruction. (Same 

1880/2 (p. 5S)—same 1902/4.) 

1895. Table showing total cost (to date) of all state 
institutions (real estate Improvements, furnishing, 
etc.). (Blue book 1895: 84.) 
Hinn Schools 

1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 

apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 

and balance unexpended for support of high 

schools. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1902/4: 95-96.) 

Normal Schools 

General material only. Expenditures for a speciflc 
school entered lielow under lOducatlon. Individual 
Institutions. 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each ai)prn, made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state normal 
schools. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 
64)— some 1902/4.) 
High Schools 

1877. High schools. (7 blonn. rept. supt. public In- 
struction 1876/7: 14-16.) 

1882. A defect In state school syatom, no provision 
made for state aid to high schools; Importance of 
subject commended to consideration of leglal. (10 
rept. same 1880/2: 30-32.) 



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EDUCATION— cont'd 
High Schools — cont'd 

1890. On veto of bill providing for co. high schools; 
recomnientled that law ro. grammar school course 
schools be repealed and that establishinR ro. high 
schools by vote of people take its place. (14 same 
1888/90: 28-29.) 

1891. On union high schools; opinion 134 of atty. gen. 
(Hart). 7 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1892. Amdmts. proposed to Union High School law to 
render it more effective; revision of entire school 
law recommended. (15 rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1890/2: 32-33.) 

1892-1904. Statistics of high schools by cos. (15 some 

1890/2 (pp. 21-22)— 21 same 1902/4.) 
1894. Comment on high school law and defects to be 

remedied. (16 same 1892/4: 20-21.) 
1895/6. Table showing, by cos., no. of graduates of 
grammar schools who have taken advantage of 
high school work. (17 same 1894/6: 11.) 
1895/6-1903/4. List of high schools accredited by State 
University. (17 same 1894/6 (pp. 8-9)— 21 same 
1902/4.) 

Not found In rept. 1000/2. 
1896. Condition of high schools; no state aid reed, by 

them. (17 some 1894/6: 8.) 
1902. State recognition of high schools; constitutional 
amdmt. no. 4 re. same adopted. (20 same 1900/2: 
7-14.) 
Expenditures fob; see above. Expenditures 
Fund; see below, School Funds 
Hygiene; see below, School Hygiene 
Industrial and Technical 

Oeneral material onl.v. Specific schools entered below 
under Education : Individual. 
1871. Legislation requiring drawing in public schools 
advised. (4 bienn. rept. supt. public Instruction 
1870/1: 59-61.) 

. Claims and condition of industrial education In 

Cal.; what European countries are doing. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1870/1: 418-426.) 
1875. Special articles on technical instruction in pub- 
lic schools given for information of Cal. teachers; 
science as part of technical Instruction, and pri- 
mary education, by T. Twining; drawing in public 
schools of Boston; art education; school lessons in 
household economy; industrial training for girls, 
with practical lessons in household economy, as 
taught in Germany. (6 bienn. rept. supt. public in- 
struction 1874/5: 113M62*.) 

. Technical and industrial education; needs of 

Cal. (6 same 1874/5: 85-112.) 

1878. Rept. of standing committee on Industrial edu- 
cation to State Teachers' Assn. (8 same 1878/9: 
234-236.) 

1879. Outlooks: technical and industrial education, 
sewing in schools, equality in education, technical 
schools, schools of forestry, school gardens, and 
schools for domestic economies. (8 same 1878/9: 
25-37.) 

1888-1890. Manual training schools, recommended that 
an experimental school be established by state. 
(13 rept. same 1886/8 (pp. 51-52)— 14 same 
1888/90.) 

1893-1904. Manual training In Cal.; history of move- 
ment and statistical tables of manual training 
schools. (20 same 1900/2 (pp. 37-41)— 21 same 
1902/4.) 

Tables not given In 1902/4. 

1898. Rept. of bd. of regents on trade schools In rela- 
tion with Wilmerding School of Industrial Arts. 
27 pp. 

1900. On need of Industrial education. (19 rept. supt. 
public instruction 1899/00: 6-7.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Kindergarten 

1875. Kindergarten favored; rept. of committee of 
National Assn. re. same; objects of kindergarten, 
progress In America and other countries, and ar- 
ticle on kindergarten toys. (6 bienn. rept. supt. 
public Instruction 1874/5: 112-119; 163*-194».) 

1888. Recommendation that kindergarten be made In- 
tegral part of public school system. (13 same 
1886/8: 52.) 

Laws 

1852. Act to establish system of common schools In 
Cal., and other acts jiroviding for revenue of same, 
with explanatory forms. 48 pp. 4°. 

1855. The law establishing and regulating common 
schools, passed May 3. 44 pp. 

1864. School law .... for the use of school officers 
32 pp. 

Not seen ; Library of Consress. 

1866-1869. Revised school law. (2 bienn. rept. supt. 
public instruction 1866/7 (pp. 252-280)— 4 same 
1868/9.) 

1874. School law of Cal. Provisions of political code 
re. public schools. . . . 151 pp. 

1876. School law of Cal. and rules and regulations of 
the state bds. of education and examination. . . . 
152 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1878. Same; list of school library books, courses of 
studies for public schools, constitutions of the U. S. 
and Cal., etc. 168 pp. 

Not seen : Collation supplied by U. S. Bureau of I5du- 
catlon. 

1880. School law of Cal., rules and regulation of state 

bd. of education, and the constitution of the U. S. 

and of Cal.; also names of city and co. supts. 136 

pp. 

Not seen ; Collation supplied by U. S. Bureau of Edu- 
cation. 

1881. Same. Ill pp. 

Not seen ; Collation supplied by U. S. Bureau of Edu- 
cation. 

1883. Same. 124 pp. 

Not seen : Collation supplied by U. S. Bureau of Edu- 
cation. 
1885. Same. 125 pp. 

Not seen : Collation supplied by tJ. S. Bureau of EMu- 
catlon. 
1887. Same. 160 pp. 

Not seen : Collation supplied by D. S. Bureau of Edu- 
cation. 
1889. Same. 188 pp. 

Not seen ; Collation supplied by Cal. State Library. 
189(?). Amdmts. to school law of Cal. since 1895. 
20 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1891. School law of Cal.; rules and regulations of 

state bd. of education, [etc.]. 113 pp. 
1893. Same. 140 pp. 
1895. Same. 178 pp. 
1901. School laws of Cal. ... 192 pp. 
Life Diploma Fund; see below, School Funds 
Military 

1865. Apptmt. of cadets to Military Academy at West 
Point. (1 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 
1864/5: 75-77.) 

Calffobnia 
1857. Recommendation for apprn. sufficient to erect 
military university In Cal. (A.R. adj. gen. 1857: 7.) 
1863. Military drill in schools. (13 A.R. supt. public 
instruction 1863: 111-112.) 

Naval 

1878. Rept. opposing passage of act to amend act to 
establish and maintain a training ship in S. F. 
passed Feb. 15, 1870. (Sen. jol. 22 sess. p. 276.) 



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EDUCATION— cont'd 

Normal 

See also below Education : Individual Institutions. 
serial 
1879/80-1S88/90. Rept. of bd. of trustees of state nor- 
mal schools. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1879/80 In App. to jols. 24 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

1881/2 " ' 25 '• V. 4 

18S2/4 " 26 " T. 5 

1S84/6 ' ■ 27 " V. 2 " 

1SS6/8 " ' 28 " V. 7 

1S8S/90 • 29 " V. 2 

Discontinued. Repts. after this were made by trustees 
of each normal school ; see below. 
non-serial 
1853-1902. State normal schools; brief history of each 
school. (20 rept. supt. public Instruction 1900/2: 
42-66.) 
1863-1904. Historical table giving no. of graduates at 
state normal schools since organization. (19 same 
1899/00 (p. 152)— 21 same 1902/4.) 
1875. Recommended that normal dept. be established 
at State Univ.; and that high schools and colleges 
be authorized to establish normal depts.; also city 
and CO. bds. of education to establish city or co. 
normal schools; system of normal institutes sug- 
gested. (6 bienn. same 1874/5: 55-72.) 

1877. Comparison of condition and cost of education in 
Cal. and in other states; normal schools. (7 same 
1876/7: 4-7.) 

1878. Minority rept. of Assam, committee on educa- 
tion on Sen. bill 309. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. 
V. 4 [doc. 19].) 

In favor of McCoppln bill. 

1882. Recommendation for apprn. of $80,000 for next 
2 fiscal yrs. to meet necessary current expenses. 
(Rept. bd. trustees state normal schools 1880/2: 3.) 

1883. Rept. on condition of bldgs. of state institutions. 
(Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 569-572.) 

State normal schools, etc. 
188G/8-1889/90. Rept. of state supt. on state normal 
schools. (13 rept. supt. public instruction 1886/8 
(pp. 28-35)— 14 same 1888/90.) 

1892. Rept. on condition of the State Univ. and the 
normal schools. (15 satne 1890/2: 34-35.) 

1893. List of state normal schools. 4 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Uowker. 

1894-1896. Rept. on work of state normal schools. (16 
rept. supt. public instruction 1892/4 (p. 20) — 17 
same 1894/6.) 

1896. Rept. of committee to examine normal school 
manuals of other states. (17 same 1896: 25.) 

. Rept. on normal school elementary diplomas. 

(17 same 1894/6: 26.) 

1897. Petition for apprn. for establishing state normal 
school in San Luis Obispo. (Assem. jol. 32 sess. 
pp. 345-347.) 

. Rept. of San Luis Obispo visiting committee on 

locations for state normal school and state reform 
school. (Sen. jol. 32 sess. p. 702; Assem. jol. p. 
803.) 

1899-1904. Statistical rept. of state normal schools. 
(19 rept. supt. public Instruction 1899/00 (pp. 151- 
159)— 21 same 1902/4.) 

1903. Rept. on state normal schools, Cal. Polytechnic 
School, and Institution for deaf and blind at Berke- 
ley. (Assem. Jol. 35 sess. pp. 373-377.) 

. Minutes of proceedings of Jt. bd. of state nor- 
mal school trustees, Apr. 10. 8 pp. 
Not Hwn : entry from Rowker. 

1903/4. Table giving no. of graduates of high schools 
for yr. closing Juno 30, 1903, who cntcrod slate nor- 
mal schools and universities during school yr (21 
rept. supt. public Instruction 1902/4: 2'10-241.) 

1904. Proceedings of jt. normal school bd. (21 same 
1902/4: 8-9.) 

CXPENDITUREB KOB; 866 abOVC, EJXFENOITUBES 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Physical Training 
1865. Physical training in public schools. (1 blenn. 

rept. supt. public instruction 1864/5: 135-144.) 
1888. Rept. on physical training; submitted to bd. of 
regents, Univ. of Cal., June 26, by Geo. F. E. Har- 
rison. 17 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
1895. Physiology and hygiene vs. athletics in public 
education; by S. S. Herrick. C pp. 

Rept. Proc. ann. State Sanitary Conv. 1895. 

Private 

1888. Recommended that private schools be required 
to rept. to state supt. (13 rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 18S6/S: 9.) 

. List of denominational and private schools of 

state and their principals. (13 same 1886/8: 158- 
162.) 

1890-1896. Tabular repts. of private schools. (14 same 
1888/90 (pp. 119-125)— 17 same 1894/6.) 
Not found In rept. 1890/2. 

Revenue; see below, School Fund 
School Districts 

LINWOOD 
1892. Stmt, of condition of Linwood school distr., Tu- 
lare Co., bond tax fund. (Bienn. rept. state con- 
troller 1890/2: 99.) 

NEEDLES 
1902-1904. Stmt, of condition of Needles school distr., 
San Bernardino Co., bond fund. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1900/2 (p. 105)— same 1902/4.) 

School Funds 

See also Land : State. School Land ; do. Taxation, 
School Tax. 

1852. Review of revenue available for school purposes, 
as increased by act pledging additional ann. tax of 
5 cents of 30 Imposed on each hundred dollars of 
valuation. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 

. Rept. of committee on education re. prospective 

sources of revenue for support of schools. (App. 
to Sen. jol. 1852: 643-646.) 

. Receipts of school fund. (A.R. state treasurer 

1851/2: 18.) 

. Recommendation for repeal of provision in pres- 
ent revenue law, giving 5 cents or one-sixth of total 
levy upon real and personal property to school 
fund, and that this sum be turned over to General 
Fund. (A.R. state controller 1851/2: 32.) 

■ — -. Table showing no. of children in each co. ; re- 
ported no. of schools; amts. expended for same; 
amt. assessed for school purposes, and amt. paid 
into state treasury. (2 A.R. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1852: 11.) 

1852/3-1884. Receipts and payments on school fund. 
(A.R. state treasurer 1852/3 (pp. 4-26)- bienn. 
rept. same 1882/4.) 

1853. State treasurer's rept. of school fund on hand 
Jan. 19. (2 A.R. supt. public Instruction 1852: 29- 
30.) 

1853-1854. Tabular stmt, showing condition of school 
fund. (A.R. state controller 1852/3 (p. 20) — some 
1853/4.) 

1854. Recommended that the endeavor on part of gov. 
to have placed in school fund what of right belongs 
there of escheated estates, be seconded by proper 
legislative enactments and apprn. (4 A.R. supt. 
public Instnicllon 1S54: 5.) 

. Govs, special moss, and rept. of supt. of public 

Instruction on ways and mciins for raising funds 
for siipi)ort of roiumon .srhools. 8 pp. (App. to 
Assoni. Jol. 5 sess. doc. 5(?).) 

Docs. Incorrectly numbered? This is probably no. 4. 



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EDUCATION— cont'd 
School Funds — cont'd 

1S54. Uecommeiulation that provision be made by law 
for semi-aun. aiiporlionment of state and co. school 
funds; that each township elect annually one comr. 
to servo 3 yrs. ; that ciUes numbering over ten 
thousand have special distr. organization, with re- 
strictive requirements to maintain schools; that 
office of CO. supt. be dispensed with; that people ol' 
each township elect township collector and treas- 
urer, and that state fund apportionment be sent 
directly to him; that lUth and 3(Jth sees, of town- 
ship school lands be placed, by legislative enact- 
ment under charge of township school comrs. (4 
A.R. supt. public instruction 1854: 4-5.) 

. Review of aggregate of lands and funds set apart 

for school revenue. tGovs. ann. mess. 1S54: 21.) 

. Suggested that law concerning common schools 

be amended so as to provide that funds shall be 
drawn from treasury upon warrants of comptroller 
Instead of those of supt. of public instruction. (A. 
R. state controller 1853/4: 34.) 

. Stmt, by cos. of no. of children and school fund 

distributed Jan. 1, being $5,622 to each child re- 
turned as within organized school distrs. (App. to 
Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 39-40.) 

1854-1857. Stmt, of funds that have accrued and been 
apportioned each yr. since organization of school 
system; also no. of schools, teachers, and children. 
Amt. doled out by state a mere pittance, there 
being no such thing as public schools, in the full 
acceptance of the term. (7 A.R. supt. public in- 
struction 1857: 3-5.) 

1856. Review of school fund and inadequacy of same. 
(5 same 1855: 3-5.) 

. Apportionment of school fund, by cos. and 

distrs., Jan. 1. (4 same 1854: 11-14.) 

1857-1861. Balances in school fund, etc., on June 30. 
(A.R. treasurer 1856/7 (p. 38)— same 1860/1.) 

1859. Recommendation that law be so amended as to 
compel trustees to apportion school fund money 
among several schools of distr. upon basis of daily 
average attendance, making proper allowance in 
case one or two more of schools may have con- 
tracted debts; also providing for distribution of 
funds in case a distr. is divided. (9 A.R. supt. pub- 
lic instruction 1859: 10-11.) 

1859-1884. Receipts and payments on state school land 
fund. (A.R. state treasurer 1858/9 (pp. 24-25) — 
bienn. rept. same 1882/4.) 

1860. Recommendation that law be so amended as to 
provide in case a distr. is divided, that fund to its 
credit be distributed among new distrs. in propor- 
tion to no. of children betw. 4 and 18. (10 A.R. 
supt. public instruction 1860 (p. 10) — 11 same 
1861.) 

18C1. Recommendation that co. supts. be required to 
make apportionments quarterly. (11 same 1861: 
26.) 

1861-1904. Stmt, of condition of school fund, June 30. 
(A.R. state controller 1860/1 (pp. 28-29)— bienn. 
rept same 1902/4.) 

1862. Corresp. betw. state supt. and comptroller in 
matter of arrears to school fund. (12 A.R. supt. 
public instruction 1862: 24-30.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. expended for purchase of 

bonds for school fund. (A.R. state controller 
1861/2: 35.) 

. Rept. on school lands and school fund; legisla- 
tion suggested for settlement of state's injebted- 
nes8 to school fund. (12 A.R. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1862: 14-17.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 

School Funds — cont'd 

lSt;2-1869. Stmt, of condition of seminary fund, June 
30. (A.R. state controller 1861/2 (PP. 68-69) — 
bienn. rept. same 1807/9.) 

1S02/3-1866/7. Stmt., by cos., showing amt. for each 
child betw. 4 and 18, derived from all sources of 
school revenue for each of last 3 yrs. (1 bienn. 
rept. supt. public Instruction 1804/5 (p. 185)— 2 
same 1806/7.) 

Ages betw. 5 and IS after 1805. 

1863. Condition of school fund. (13 A.R. same 1863: 
70-73.) 

. Comments on revenue from stamps, school fund, 

and charitable institutions. (A.R. state controller 
1802/3: 10-11.) 

1864-1807. Comment on receipts and expenditures of 
school fund. (1 bienn. rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1804/5 (pp. 21-27)— 2 same 1800/7.) 

. Comparative stmt., by cos., of total amt. of state 

school fund apportioned for each of last 4 yrs. 
(2 same 18G6/7: 147.) 

1864/5-1871. Amt. of bonds in state treasury for bene- 
fit of school and seminary funds. (Bienn. rept. 
state treasurer 1803/5 (p. 31)— «o»ie 1809/71.) 

1866-1871. Controller's stmts, of securities and reve- 
nues of state school fund for each school yr. (2 
bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 1866/7 (pp. 148- 
149)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1867. Comment on revenue for schools from all 
sources. (2 same 1860/7: 25.) 

1869. See Debt: State; this date. 

1870-1880. Stmt, of condition of school fund. (4 same 
1870/1 (pp. 176-180)— 9 same 1879/80.) 

1871. Comment on increase of school revenue. (4 same 
1870/1: 91-92.) 

. Recommendation that bd. of examiners be au- 
thorized to invest moneys derived from state school 
lands in bonds of U. S.; also comments on school 
fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1869/71: 7-8.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 

each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balances unexpended for purchase of 
bonds for school fund. (Same 1809/71: 58.) 

1871/3-1884. Bonds held in trust for state school fund 
and State Univ. fund. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1871/3 (p. 30)— same 1882/4.) 

1875. The new method of apportioning school money. 
(6 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 1874/5: 20- 
32.) 

1879-1882. Stmt, of amts. received and disbursed for 
acct. of state school fund from Feb., 1877, to Feb., 
1882. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1877/9 (pp. 104- 
105)— same 1880/2.) 

1880-1904. Comparative table showing amts. expended 
ann. from state school fund for support of common 
schools since adoption of new constitution. (Same 
1892/4 (p. 19)— sa?(!e 1902/4.) 

1881. Comment on bonds for school fund. (A.R. bd. 
examiners dated Jan. 1, 1881: 8.) 

1882. Controller's recommendation re. Investment of 
school fund indorsed. (10 rept. supt. public in- 
struction 1880/2: 19-22.) 

. Recommendation that all restrictions be re- 
moved save that which prohibits bd. from invest- 
ing in bonds of any co., the debt of which at time 
exceeds 157o of assessed value of taxable property 
of said CO., and that bd. be authorized to purchase 
whenever it can do best for school fund, or that 
state shall give her obligation for amt. in school 
land fund, and become debtor at low rate of inter- 
est, — 4% per annum. (Bienn. rept. state control- 
ler 1880/2: 14.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CAUFORNIA 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
School Funds — cont'd 

1882. Recommendation that new bonds, bearing inter- 
est at rate of 4% per annum, be issued and substi- 
tuted for bonds of state now held in trust for 
school and university funds; also that additional 
bonds, bearing same rate of interest be issued for 
benefit of school fund. {Same 1880/2: 19.) 

1884. Sources of school revenue. (11 rept. supt. pub- 
lic instruction 1882/4 (pp. 15-16)— 12 same 1884/6.) 

1884-1904. Stmt, showing amt. received for school pur- 
poses from property tax, poll tax, and from inter- 
est on state school lands, from several cos. of state, 
and from other sources, and total distributed to 
several cos. for same time. (Bienn. rept. controller 
1882/4 (pp. 88-91)— some 19C2/4.) 

1888. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for restitution from 
state school fund. (Same 1886/8: 59.) 

1888-1894. Comment on purchase of bonds for use and 
benefit of state school fund. (A.R. bd. examiners 
dated 1889 (p. 3)— same 1893/4.) 

1890. Stmt, giving bonds held by state treasurer for 
state school fund. (Same dated 1891: 5.) 

1890-1894. School revenue and rate of taxation. (14 
rept. supt. public instruction 1888/90 (pp. 5-6) — 
15 same 1892/4.) 

1890/2. Recommendation that irrigation distr. bonds 
be added to list of securities in which the school 
funds may be invested. (Bienn. rept. state treas- 
urer 1890/2: 6.) 

1892. In opinion of atty. gen., legisl. should be re- 
quested to pass act transferring from general fund 
to school land fund sum equal to amt. of deficiency; 
stmt, of amts. of which said fund has been de- 
pleted during different administrations. (Rept. 
atty. gen. 1891/2: 18-19.) 

1892/4. Recommendation that list of securities in 
which school fund may be invested be increased by 
addition of irrigation distr. bonds; investment 
therein to be optional with bd. of examiners. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1892/4: 5.) 

1893-1894. Bonds held by state treasurer for state 
school fund, interest when collected going to sup- 
port of common schools of state. (A.R. bd. ex- 
aminers dated 1893 (pp. 5-6)— some 1893/4.) 

1894-1904. Stmt, showing tansactions in bonds, and 
bonds on hand, hehl by state treasurer in trust for 
benefit of state school fund. (Bienn. rept. state 
treasurer 1894/6 (pp. 41-43)— some 1902/4.) 

1896. Extracts from state school law re. method of ap- 
portioning state school money by state supt. and 
state and co. school money by co. supts., co. school 
tax, and length of school terms. (17 rept. supt. 
public Instruction 1894/6: 15-21.) 

1896-1900. Bonds purchased for benefit of state school 
fund since .Ian. 1, 1895. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 
1897 (pp. 9-10)— .s-omc 1899/00.) 

1896-1904. Stmt, showing In detail, bonds on hand, 
June 30, held In trust by state treasurer, tor benefit 
of state school fund. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1894/6 (pp. 44-45)— .some 1902/4.) 

1898. Recommendation that a transfer of $40,000 be 
made to state school fund from railway tax con- 
tingent fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1896/8: 
22.) 

1899-1904. Rept. of state controller on school fund. 
(19 rept. supt. pulillc Instruction 1899/00 (pp. 96- 
99)— 21 same 1902/4.) 

1904. Comments on t)ondH for bonntlt of school fund, 
and table showing In detail bonds purchased by bd. 
for licncfit of school fund. (A.R. bd. examiners 
dated 1905: 9-10.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
School Funds — cont'd 
Geammab School Fund 

1890-1892. Stmt, of condition of grammar school 
course fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1888/90 
p. 93)— some 1890/2.) 
High School Fund 

1902. See above, Conventions; this date. 

1903-1904. Act creating fund for benefit of high 
schools, and providing for Its distribution; tabu- 
lar stmt, of apportionments by cos. and schools. 
(21 rept. supt. public instruction 1902/4: 200-205.) 

1904. Stmt, of conditions of state high school fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1902/4: 118.) 

. Comment on law of 1903, creating fund for sup- 
port of high schools. (21 rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1902/4: 11-12.) 
Life Dlploma Fund 

1892/4. Stmt, of receipts and expenditures of life 
diploma fund. (16 rept. supt. public instruction 
1892/4: 149.) 
Seminart Fund 

1862-1863. Immediate passage of law to provide for 
transfer of bonds due from school fund to semi- 
nary fund recommended. (12 A.R. supt. public 
instruction 1862 (pp. 17-18)— 13 same 1863.) 

1863. Rept. of comptroller re. seminary fund. 2 11. 
(App. to jols. 14 sess. unnum. doc.) 

. Communication from controller re. amt. of 

money reed, into state treasury belonging to semi- 
nary fund. (Sen. jol. 14 sess. pp. 166-167.) 

1864/5-1869. Seminary fund, receipts and payments. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1864/5 (p. 17) — same 
1867/9.) 

1864/5-1871. See above, School Fund; these dates. 
Text-Book Fund 

1875/6-1894/5. Stmt, for purpose of showing that state 
text-book fund has not been diverted. (17 rept. 
public instruction 1S94/6: 44.) 

1888-1904. Stmt, of condition of state school book fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1886/8 (p. 85) — same 
1902/4.) 

1894. Recommendation that apprn. of $10,000 be added 
to state school book fund, that more stringent and 
explicit legislation be passed re. use of supplemen- 
tary books and sale of state text-books by dealer. 
(16 rept. supt. public instruction 1892/4: 72.) 

1904. Stmt, of condition of text-book royalty fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1902/4: 119.) 
School Gardens 

1877. School work-rooms and school gardens; by Dr. 
E. Schwab. (7 bienn. rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1876/7: 48-50.) 
School Houses 

1861. School houses — corresp. with a member of the 
medical profession re. requirements of a good 
school house. (11 A.R. supt. public Instruction 
1861: 20-24.) 

1863. Condition of school houses and school archi- 
tecture in state. (13 savtc 1863: 63-67.) 

1864-1865. Stmt, of new school houses erected and 
cost of same, arranged by cos. (1 bienn. same 
1864/5: 378-391.) 

1865. Provision should be made l)y law that no school 
houses should be erected outside of Incorporated 
cities unless plan bo submitted to co. supts. and 
approved l)y tliom. (1 .some 1864/5: 63.) 

. School house architecture; Individual examples 

given In state. (1 same 1864/5: 332-377.) 

1869. Requisites of school architecture. (3 same 
1868/9: ;!2-33.) 

. Pul)llc school buildings of Cal. (3 same 1868/9: 

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EDUCATION— cont'd 
School Houses — cont'd 
1871. School houses and their ventilation; lecture by 

T. M. Logan, M. D., secy, of state bd. of health. 

(4 same 1870/1: 214-226.) 
1888. Recommendation that apprn. of 15000 be made 

to be expended in securing plans and apeciflcations 

for school bldgs. for use of school bds. (13 rept. 

same 1886/8: 22-23.) 

Kepented In rept. for 1888/00. 
1890. Improvements in school accommodations. (14 

same 1888/90: 17.) 
1900. Plans for rural and village school bldgs.; by B. 

Maybeck, architect, Univ. of Cal. (19 same 1898/00 

n. p.) 

School Hygiene 
1875. School hygiene; medical inspector of schools 
suggested. (6 blenn. rept. supt. public Instruction 
1874/5: 76-85.) 

1894. Preventive disease series [no. 41. School hy- 
giene. Addressed to the public school teachers of 
Cal. 8 pp. (State bd. health.) 

Surgeon General's Library. 

1895. Physiology and hygiene vs. athletics in public 
education; by S. S. Herrick. 6 pp. 

. Same. (Proc. 3 ann. state sanitary convention 

1895: 22-25.) 

1900. Notes on school hygiene; lighting of school 
houses in Cal., ventilation and heating, school 
desks, and location of school houses; by F. B. 
Dresslar. (19 rept. supt. public Instruction 
1898/00: 31-44.) 

1904. Notes on school hygiene, suggested by observa- 
tion In European schools; by Prof. F. B. Dreslar, 
dept. of education, Univ. of Cal. (21 same 1902/4: 
88-97.) 

School Lands; see Land: State 
School Libraries; see Libraries 
Sectarian 

1853. Communication and rept. of Bishop Alemany, 

concerning Catholic schools in Cal. (2 A.R. supt. 

public instruction 1852: 27-28.) 
1853-1867. Brief historical sketch of action of past 

state legisls. on question of sectarian division of 

school fund. (2 bienn. rept. same 1866/7: 18-19.) 
1869-1871. Politics and sectarianism in public schools. 

(3 same 1868/9 (pp. 14-15)— 4 same 1870/1.) 
1877. State vs. sectarian education. (7 same 1876/7: 

16.) 
1879/80-1881/2. Rept. of state supt. on denominational 

colleges and private schools. (9 rept. same 1879/ 

80 (pp. 49-50)— 10 same 1880/2.) 
1888. List of denominational and private schools of 

state and their principals. (13 same 1886/8: 158- 

162.) 

Superintendents of Schools 

1850. Supt. of public instruction elected, but estab- 
lishment of general school system or endowment of 
univ. impracticable in unsettled conditions; sug- 
gestion to make collection of statistics, with ann. 
repts. thereon, the duty of said officer until time 
better suited to establishment of schools. (Govs, 
ann. mess. 1851.) 
1850-1904. List of supts. of public instruction from 
organization of state govt. (14 rept. supt. public 
Instruction 1888/90 (pp. 127-129)— 21 same 1902/4.) 

1852. Catalogue of books belonging to office of supt. of 
public instruction. (2 A.R. same 1852: 34-43.) 

1853. Suggestion to abolish office of supt. of public 
Instruction and devolve duties of same upon secy. 
of state or distr. comrs. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Superintendents of Schools — cont'd 

1855. Because of failure of last leglsl. to appropriate 
necessary funds, contingent expenses of office of 
supt. remain unpaid. (5 A.R. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1855: 9.) 

1856. Suggestion to abolish office of supt. of public 
instruction and devolve duties upon secy, of state. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1850: 13.) 

1863. Only one hundred and twenty copies of ann. 
rept. of supt. allowed — not nearly enough to sup- 
ply the demand of school officers. (13 A.R. supt. 
public Instruction 18G3: 78-79.) 

1879. Duties of state supt. (8 bienn. rept. same 
1878/9: 45-50.) 

1882. Increased apprn. recommended for expenses of 
state supt's. office and increase of salary of deputy 
supt. to that paid every other deputy state olHcer. 
(10 rept. same 1880/2 (p. 20)- 12 same 1884/6.) 

1888. Increased apprn. for office of supt. of public in- 
struction asked for; also provision for additional 
clerical help and storeroom. (13 same 1886/8: GO.) 

1899-1900. Rept. on official visitations by supt. of pub- 
lic instruction. (19 same 1898/00: 5.) 
City Supebintenuents 

See also above. Conventions. 

1875. Extracts from repts. of city supts. (6 bienn. 
rept. supt. public Instruction 1874/5: 229-272.) 

1888/90. Same. (14 rept. same 1888/90: 115-119.) 
County Superintendents 

See also above, (^'onventlons. 

1852-1865. Historical list of co. supts. of state. (1 
bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 1864/5: 292- 
298.) 

1853. Rept. of committee on education re. neglect to 
create office of co. supt. in school laws, with sug- 
gestions to distribute school money in proportion 
to no. of white children in each co. 2 pp. (App. 
to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 17.) 

1858-1863. Abstracts of co. supts'. repts. (8 A.R. supt. 
public instruction 1858 (pp. 37-59)— 13 same 1863.) 

1863. Comment on systematic return of errors in repts. 
of CO. supts. with suggested remedial legislation; 
salaries insufficient to secure efficient officers. (13 
same 1863: 15-19.) 

1865. Recommended legislation re. school trustees: co. 
supt. should have power of removing those from 
office who neglect to perform their duties, of com- 
pelling them to make necessary repairs on school 
houses and to provide suitable outhouses; inci- 
dentals such as stationery, maps, charts, etc., 
should be furnished by trustees out of co. fund. 
(1 bienn. rept. same 1864/5: 62.) 

1865-1867. Comment on repts. of co. supts. (1 same 
1864/5 (pp. 80-82)— 2 same 1866/7.) 

1871. Repts. of CO. supts., giving short sketches of his- 
tory, condition, progress, and wants of public 
schools in resp. cos. (4 same 1870/1: 140-165.) 

1875-1890. Extracts from repts. of co. supts. (6 same 
1874/5 (pp. 215-228)— 14 same 1889/90.) 
Not fc.i\n(l in repts. 1870/7-1878/9. 

1882-1892. Inadequate compensation of co. supts. (10 
rept. same 1880/2 (pp. 25-26)— 15 same 1890/2.) 

1890. On importance of choosing efficient co. supts.; 
amdmt. to constitution recommended providing for 
their election at different time from those of other 
officers. (14 same 1888/90: 20-21.) 

Teachers 

See also above. Conventions ; Educational Assns. ; Edu- 
cational .Tournnls. 
1857-1904. The Cal. system of training elementary 
teachers; by C. C. Van Liew; a monograph pub- 
lished by the dept. of education, Cal. La. Purchase 
Exposition Comn. (21 rept. supt. public instruc- 
tion 1902/4: 130-145.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OP THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Teachers — cont'd 

1860. Favorable comment on remedial legislation 
passed at last sess.; recommended that law creat- 
ing state and co. bds. ot examiners be so amended 
as to permit each co. supt. to select such of teach- 
ers as he may see fit as his assts. on bd. (10 A.R. 
same 1860: 9-10.) 

1861. Favorable comment on law providing for state 
and CO. bds. of examiners; recommendation that 
teachers' certificates granted by co. bds. have effect 
for 2 yrs. Instead of for 1 yr. only. (11 same 1861 
(p. 19)— 12 same 1862.) 

1862. Recommended amdmts. to law providing for ex- 
amination of teachers. (12 same 1802: 20-21.) 

1863. On failure of teachers and trustees to make 
repts. according to law; stringent remedial meas- 
ures recommended; favorable comment on revised 
school law re. election of distr. school trustees. (13 
same 1863: 19-21.) 

. Comment on co. teachers' certificates. (13 same 

1863: 41-43.) 

1863-1867. Rept. on teachers' examinations by state bd. 
(13 same 1863 (pp. 26-29) — 2 bienn. rept. same 
1866/7.) 

1864-1865. Work of co. bds. of examination. (1 bienn. 
rept. same 1864/5: 91-93.) 

1865. Amdmts. to laws re. co. bd. of examiners and 
state bd. recommending making provisions more 
stringent and empowering them to recognize normal 
diplomas from all states. (1 same 1864/5: 59-61.) 

. Common sense in teaching. (1 same 1864/5: 

130-135.) 

1868-1875. Questions used in examination by state bd. 
of examination. (4 same 1870/1 (pp. 227-251) — 6 
same 1874/5.) 

1869. Female teachers; disparity betw. their salaries 
and those of male teachers condemned. (3 same 
1868/9: 12-13.) 

. Recommended legislation requiring uniform 

times for examinations of all co. bds.; also sug- 
gestion that members of state bd. of examination 
be remunerated for their services. (3 same 1868/9: 
8-9.) 

1870-1871. State and co. bds. of examination; list of 
diplomas and certificates issued by state bd. (4 
savie 1870/1: 63-76.) 

1871. Revocation ot teachers' certificates. (4 same 
1870/1: 77.) 

1873. On the need of trained teachers; extracts from 
examination papers of applicants who reed. co. bds. 
Indorsement for fitness to teach. (5 same 1872/3: 
63-135.) 

1873-1900. List of holders of state teachers' certificates 
and diplomas, in force and effect June 30. (5 same 
1872/3 (pp. 285-312)— 19 same 1898/00.) 

1880. Memorial opposing revocation by statute of all 
existing teachers' certificates and diplomas. (Sen. 
jol. 23 sess. pp. 15C-157.) 

1882. Co. bds. ot education and teachers' certificates 
under new constitution; recommended that Eng- 
lish and American literature be added to subjects 
to be examined on, and that Swctt's Methods of 
Teaching be made oasis ot examinations- in theory 
and practice. (10 rept. supt. public instruction 
1880/2: 22-24.) 

1884-1888. Something needed to retain teachers In the 
profession; pensions to veteran teachers earnestly 
commended to consideration ot leglsl. (11 same 
1882/4 (pp. 18-20)— 13 same 1886/8.) 

. Suggested that teachers be reriulred to funilsli 

physician's certificate, stating that person tree from 
any physical defect, or organic disease. (13 same 
1886/8: 20.) 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Teachers — cont'd 

1888-1890. Dept. circular on teachers' apptmts. and ex- 
aminations. (13 same 1886/8 (pp. 88-101)— 14 
same 1888/90.) 

1890. Recommended legislation providing that issuance 
of teachers' certificates be based on uniform stand- 
ard throughout state and controlled by central 
authority. (14 sa?ne 1888/90: 25-26.) 

1896. Rept. of committee of seven on certificating 
teachers. (17 same 1894/6: 22-23.) 

1902. Comment on law upon teachers' certificates. (20 
same 1900/2: 17-18.) 
Wages; see Labob 
Teachers' Institutes 

1857. Recommendation that supt. of public instruction 
be authorized to hold two teachers' institutes each 
yr., and that apprn. ot $3000 be made to defray ex- 
penses. (7 A.R. supt. public instruction 1857: 6.) 

1859. Again recommended that authority be given to 
state supt. to hold one or more institutes each yr., 
and that small apprn. be made to defray necessary 
expenses. (9 same 1859: 13-14.) 

1861-1871. Rept. on state teachers' institute. (11 same 
1861 (p. 18)— 4 rept. same 1870/1.) 

1865. Legislation recommended making It the duty of 
every co. supt. in each co. where no. of teachers 
exceeds 10, to hold ann. co. institutes for not less 
than 3 days; also making it the duty of teachers to 
attend, and of trustees to allow their wages to con- 
tinue during attendance — the expenses of same 
being drawn from unapportioned co. school fund. 
(1 bienn. rept. same 1864/5: 60-61.) 

. Apprns. recommended for state teachers' Insti- 
tutes and preservation of public docs. (1 same 
1864/5: 66-67.) 

1869-1871. Co. teachers' institutes. (3 same 1868/9 
(p. 11)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1876-1877. Rept. on teachers' institutes. (7 same 
1876/7: 7.) 

1882-1892. Rept. on co. institutes. (10 same 1880/2 
(p. 30)— 15 same 1890/2.) 

Text-Books 

See also Public Printing. 

1855. List of books recommended to be used In public 
schools. (5 A.R. supt. public instruction 1855: 
13-16.) 

1855-1856. See also above, under Education; these 
dates. 

1861. Restoration of law of 1800, empowering bd. of 
education to fix upon a uniform system of text- 
books recommended, the same having been re- 
pealed in 1861. (11 A.li. supt. public instruction 
1861 (pp. 24-25)— 12 same 1862.) 

1803-1867. State series of textbooks; comments on 
text-books adopted. (13 same 1803 (pp. 29-35) — 
2 bienn. rept. .same 1806/7.) 

1806-1875. List ot state series of text-books. (3 bienn. 
roi)t. same 1860/7 (pp. 285-286)— 6 same 1874/5.) 
Not found In 1K70/1. 

1809. Favorable comment on uniform text-book law. 
(3 same 1808/9: 21.) 

1871. Comment on state text-book system. (4 same 
1870/1: 50-59.) 

1875. The text-book question; cost of text-books, too 
many, needed reforms. (0 same 1874/5: 30-55.) 

1870. Memorial of A. L. Bancroft & Co., praying that 
their contract with bd. of (Mhicatlon for supplying 
text-lionUs for public schools be recognized and 
made valid. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 21 Bess. v. 5 un- 
num. doc.) 



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97 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Text-Books — cont'd 

1877. Free text-books; extract from rept. of supt. of 
public instruction of Wise, exliibiting present 
status of tree textbook question. (7 blenn. rept. 
supt. public Instruction 1S7G'7: 8: 53-56.) 

1878. Minority rept. of Asseni. comralttee on education 
re. substitute for Assem. bill 289. 5 pp. (App. to 
Jols. 22 sess. [doc. 181.) 

Re. text-books. 

. Rept. of committee on education on Sen. bill 51. 

13 pp. (.Same 22 sess. v. 4 [tioc. 471) 

To foster liomi" Inrtuslry In publication of text-books 
and re. Bancroft contract. 

1883. Special rept. of the supt. on cost of school books, 
estimates of cost to state of compiling and publish- 
ing free text-books. 8 pp. (Same 25 sess. v. 3 doc. 
[71.) 

1884-1896. Rept. of work of lid. of education in carry- 
ing out the amdmt, to constitution, requiring them 
to compile, adopt, and cause to be prtd. a uniform 
series of text-books for use of public schools. (12 
rept. supt. public instruction 1884/6 (pp. 33-38) — 
17 same 1894/6.) 

1884-1904. Review of legislation re. state text-books. 
(21 same 1902/4: 26-28.) 

1885. Rough estimate of cost of text-books made by 
Supt. Welcker and Prof. Allen. (Sen. jol. 26 sess. 
pp. 219-220.) 

1886. Recommendation for apprn. of $20,000 for state 
school text-books. (Blenn. rept. state controller 
1884/6: 39.) 

1886-1895. Facts and figures regarding school text- 
books published by state, compiled by secy, of state 
[being rept. made to gov. for submission to state 
bd. of education]. 20 pp. (App. to Jols. 32 sess. 
V. 7 doc. [7].) 

. Summary of text-book sales from Oct., 1886, to 

July, 1895. (17 rept. supt. public instruction 
1894/6: 38-40.) 

. Detailed stmt, of publication, sales, etc., of state 

text-books from beginning. (17 same 1894/6: 45- 
50.) 

1888-1890. Favoring free text-books. (13 same 1886/8 
(pp. 49-50)— 14 same 1888/90.) 

1888-1896. Tables showing no. of books ordered prtd., 
no. sold, and amt. of money reed. (13 same 1886/8 
(p. 48)— 17 same 1894/6.) 

1890. Proposed co. high school and free text-book bills. 
(14 same 1888/90: 199-203.) 

. Act of useless and extravagant legislation com- 
mitted during last sess. in appropriating $15,000 for 
purchase of plates of Cooke's Entomology, a work 
not intended for use of children in school room; 
recommended that ann. rept. of hortic. comn. be 
placed by legislation on every teacher's desk for 
use in lessons on entomology. (14 same 1888/90: 
35-36.) 

1891. Rept. re. apprns. and expenditures for prtg. of 
state school text-books; by F. F. Dunn, expert. 22 
pp. (App. to jols. 29 sess. v. 7 unnura. doc.) 

1894. Suggestion that law be so amended as to allow 
state institutions to purchase books direct from 
state at cost and pay for them as soon as possible 
after receipt. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 
60.) 

1896. Table showing basis upon which prices of text- 
books were fixed, and theory of state bd. of educa- 
tion, upon which basis prices were fixed. (17 rept. 
supt. public instruction 1894/6: 41-42.) 

. Facts and figures regarding school text-books 

published by state. 20 pp. (Secy, of state.) 
Kot seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1898-1904. State text-books; tables showing prices; no. 
sold since beginning, and amt. of money reed.; no. 



EDUCATION— cont'd 
Text-Books — cont'd 

sold (luring past 2 yrs. and amt. of money reed., 
and no. on liand at end of each fiscal yr. (19 rept. 
supt. imblic instruction 1898/00 (pp. 180-181)— 21 
same i;i(l2/4.) 
1902. See above. Conventions; this date. 
1904. Comment on state text-books. (21 rept. supt. 
public instruction 1903/4: 13-14.) 
Fund; see above, School Ft nus 
Vacation Schools 

1877. Vacation schools vs. street education; mechani- 
cal work suggested. (7 blenn. rept. supt. public 
instruction 1876/7: 7-8; 46-47.) 

EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS 
Academic 

LkI.A.NI) ST.\.NhX)RI) JlSNIOR UNIVEHSITY 

1884-1904. Historical sketch of Leland Stanford Junior 
Univ. (20 rept. supt. public instruction 1900/2 
(pp. 30-33)— 21 same 1902/4.) 
University of California 

No attempt has been made to collate the various pub- 
lications of the several schools and depts. of the 
tJnlverslty. Such as had any bearing on the topics 
of this Index are entered under proper topic. The 
bulletins of the Dept. of Geolojiy have been an- 
alyzed as have also the pu1>llcatlons of the Agrlc. 
Experiment Station. 
See also I/and : State. School Lands. Seminary, etc. 
serial 
Secretary's Report 

1 series 

1875. Ann. rept. of bd. of regents for year ending May 
31. With suppl. financial stmts, to July. 

Checklist 
1875. Berkeley, 1875. SO pp., 6 foldg. tables, 17 leaves. 

2 series 

1876-1878. Ann. rept. of bd. of regents for year ending 
June 30. With detailed financial stmts, to July 1. 

Checklist 
1S76. Berkeley, 1876. 15 pp., 5 foldg. tables, 13 leaves. 

1877. San Francisco, 1877. in pp., foldg. tables, 9 

leaves. 

1878. Not seen. 

3 series 

1879-1882. Ann. rept. of bd. of regents of the Univ. of 
Cal. for year ending June 30. 

Checklist 
1870. Berkeley, 1870. .'il pp., 6 foldg. tables, 4 leaves. 

. Appendix, v. p. 

The I'nlverslty library during 1878/9. 8 pp. 
Dr. H. D. Cogswell's endowment of a College of 
Dentistry and a Chair of Moral Philosophy. 18 
pp. 
The Harmon gymnasium. 1 leaf. 
Bulletin no. XI. 4 pp. 



188: 



1880. 


Sacramento, 188(1. 45 pp. 


1881. 


lb., 1881. 


84 pp. 




1882. 


lb., 1882. 


62 pp. 
4 series 




-1901. 


Ann. report of the secy, to the bd. of regents 


of the 


Univ. of Cal. for year 


ending June 30. 






Checklist 




1883. 


Sacramento, 1883. 79 


pp. 


1884. 


lb., 1884. 


65 pp. 




1885. 


lb.. 1885. 


120 pp. 




ISNfi. 


lb.. 1880. 


161 pp. 




1887. 


lb., 1887. 


185 pp. 




1888. 


lb,. 1888. 


160 pp. 




1889. 


lb.. 18H9. 


245 pp. 




1890. 


lb., 1890. 


271 pp. 




1891. 


lb., 1891. 


280 pp. 




1892. 


11)., 1892. 


142 pp. 




1893. 


lb., 1893. 


157 pp. 




1894. 


lb., 1894. 


121 pp. 




189.5. 


lb.. 1895. 


Ix. 285 pp. 




1896. 


lb.. 189fi. 


xlll, 354 pp. 


foldg. table. 


1897. 


Berkelev, 


1898. Ix. 132 pp. 


1898. 


lb., 1898. 


X, 147 pp. 




1899. 


Sacramento. 1899. vlll 


127 pp. 


1900. 


lb., 1901. 


100 pp. 




1901. 


lb.. 1902. 


98 pp. 





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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 

Academic — cont'd 

Uxmasiir OF Calitobxia — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

Regents' Report 

1869. Rept. of bd. of regents of the Univ. of Cal. 

Checklist 

1869. Sacramento. 1S69. 8 pp. 

Also in Collected docs, as follows : 
1869 in App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

2 series 

1870/1. Rept. of regents of the Univ. of Cal. re. opera- 
tions and progress of institution. 

Checklist 
1S70/I. Sacramento, 1872. 23 pp. 

Also in Collected docs, as follows : 
1870/1 in App. to jols. 10 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

3 series 

1872/3-1877/9. Bienn. repts. of the regents of the 
Univ. of Cal. 

Checklist 
1872/3. n. t. p. in copy seen. 69 pp. 
1873/5. Sacramento, 1875. 148 pp. 
1875/7. ib.. 1877. 176 pp. 
1877/9. n. t. p. in copy seen. 114 pp. 

. Supplement. College of Agriculture. 113 pp. 

Also In Collected docs, as follows : 
1872/3 in App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc. 

1873/5 21 " V. 2 

1875/7 " 22 •■ V. 1 

1877/9 23 " V. 2 

. Suppl. in .\pp. to jols. 23 sess. v. 1. 

4 series 

1880. Rept. of regents for yr. endg. June 30. 
Checklist 
1880. Sacramento. 1880. 06 pp. 

Also in Collected docs, as follows : 
1880 In App. to Jols. 24 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

5 series 

1881/2. Univ. of Cal. Rept. of pres. of bd. of regents. 
Checklist 
1881/2. Sacramento, 1882. 76 pp. 

Also In Collected docs, as follows : 
1881/2 in Apo. to jols. 25 sess. v. <! unnum. doc. 

6 series 

1882/4-1902/4. Univ. of Cal. Bienn. rept. of pres. of 
the Univ. on behalf of bd. of regents, to His Excel- 
lency the Governor. 

Checklist 



1882/4. 


Sacramento, 1884. 81 


pp. 




1884/6. 


11)., 18.S0. 


V, (1), 150 


PI). 




1886/8. 


lb., 1889. 


120 pp. 






1888/90 


11)., 1891. 


138 pp. 






1890/3.* 


lb., 1894. 


66 pp. 






1894. 


lb., 1895. 


04 pp. 






1894/6. 


lb., 18;i6. 


81 pp. 






1896/8. 


Herkelev, 


1898. 133 pp. 




1898/00 


11)., 1900. 


194 pp. 






1000/2. 


11)., 1902. 


2.'i3 (1) pp 






1002/4. 


lb., 1004. 


237 pp. 






In Colloctjed doc. 


. as follows : 






1882/4 


n App. to 


jolR. 20 sess. 


V. 1 iinnnm. doc 


1884/6 





" 27 •• 


V. 1 


" 


1886/8 


" " " 


" 28 " 


V. 1 


' 


1888/00 


omitted. 








1890/3 


n App. to 


Jols. 31 sess. 


V. 6 unnum. doc 


1804 


" 32 '• 


V. 4 doc. 


m. 


1894/0 


'* •* •• 


., 3^ .. 


V. 4 " 


12). 


1896/8-1902/4 omitted. 








Bulletin of the University 








1 series 






1874-1892. 


Bulletin, 


1-37. irreg. 
2 series 






r-'i'i I'm 1 


liiill'tln. 


v. 1-f). quarterly. 





* In 1H92 I here was no preHldent to a»Bume the duly 

of mnklni; n rept. The Inxt three repts, are also 

publlHhed as folliiwH : 

1898/00. Cnlv. of Cnl. Iliillellns, n. s. 

1900/2. Rupiil. lo V. 5 t'niv. Chronicle. 

1002/4. Univ. Cbrunlcle v. 7, no. 1 extra no. 



2, no. .1. 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Academic — cont'd 

University of Califobxia — cont'd 
serial — cont'd 
California University Chronicle 
1S9S-1904. Cal. Univ. Chronicle, an official record. Pub- 
lished by the Univ. of Cal. v. 1-7. 

Visiting Committee 

See above serial group under Education, same under 
Public Buildings and Grounds and under Mainte- 
nance. 

non-serial 

18(?). Rept. [of bd. of regents 1 on the water supply 
of the Univ. of Cal. 12 pp. 

18(?). The State Univ. Memorial by bd. of regents. 
Disastrous effects of passage of Carpenter bill — 
its unconstitutionality. 2 11. 

1850. Corresp. re. plan for organization of state univ. 
(Legisl. jol. 1851: 759-762.) 

1853-1900. The Univ. of Cal.: historical sketch, perma- 
nent plans, relation to other public schools of state, 
students' enrollment and expenses, financial stmt. 
(19 rept. supt. public instruction 1899/00: 161-177.) 

1854. Establishment of state univ. at earliest moment 
recommended. (4 A.R. same 1854: 5.) 

1857. Urging immediate establishment of state univ. 
and military inst., setting forth leading features of 
Univ.. such as Cal. needs; direct apprn. of $100,000 
recommended. (7 same 1857: 9-12.) 

1859. Again urging immediate establishment of state 
univ. on military plan and recommendation that 
Monterey Redoubt be secured from U. S. for site 
of same. (9 same 1859: 28-36.) 

1860. Rept. recommending establishment of state univ. 
(Assem. jol. 11 sess. pp. 354-355.) 

1862. Rept. on so much of govs. mess, as relates to a 
state univ. (Same 13 sess. p. 642.) 

1864. Rept. re. establishing a state univ. 29 pp. 
(App. to Jols. 15 sess. v. 2 unntim. doc.) 

1864-1904. Comparative table giving summary of de- 
grees conferred in Colle.ge of Cal. from 1864-1869; 
and in academic colleges of Univ. of Cal., 1870- 
1904. (21 rept. supt. public instruction 1902/4: 
46-52.) 

1867. Rept. of secy, of college of agric, mining, and 
mechanical arts re. site given by College of Cal., in 
Oakland, and proposition by latter for foundation 
of a univ. there. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 2 
[doc. 101.) 

1868. Acts to create and organize and endow the Univ. 
of Cal. (3 bienn. rept. supt. public Instruction 
1868/9: 190-201.) 

1869-1871. On progress of State Univ.; the Agric. Col- 
lege. (3 same 1868/9 (pp. 25-31)— 4 same 1870/1.) 

1869/70-1903/4. Comparative tables giving summary of 
officers of instruction ami research in Univ. of Cal. 
and enroIlni(>nt In acadmuic and professional col- 
leges and Lick Observatory for series of vrs. (21 
rept. same 1902/4: 40-45.) 

1869/71. Rept. of regents of Univ. of Cal. re. opera- 
tions and progress of institution. (App. to jols. 19 
sess. V. 2 unnum. doc.) 

[1870.1 Univ. of Cal. Circular. Organization of the 
Univ. 

. Rept. [adverse] of committee on state univ. to 

whom was ipferrcd memorial of Mechanics' Insti- 
tute of S. F. tliat several colleijcs connected with 
the Univ. at licrl<oley lie removed thence to S. F. 
6 pp. (Api). to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [77 |.) 

. Ropt. I favorable 1 of Sen. finance committee re. 

endowment of state univ. 5 pp. (Same 18 sess. 
V. 2 unuum. doc.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THR STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



99 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Academic — cont'd 
U.NivEiisiTY Of California — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1870-1875. Kept, of Univ. of Cal. (4 blenn. rept. supt. 
public Instruction 1870/1 (pp. 181-198)— 6 same 
1874/5.) 

1870-1898. Table showing no. of teachers and students 
each yr. (Rept. of committee to make examination 
of state institutions 1S99: 34.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1872. Rept. on " unlv. site" at Berl<eley. (Sen. jol. 
19 sess. p. C37.) 

. Rept. (favorable) on state univ. bids., now in 

course of construction at Berkeley, the water sup- 
ply, etc. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 19 sess. v. 2 doc. [5].) 

[1874.1 The Univ. and its nianaKers, before the people 
and the law; by Prof. Wm. Swinton. 15 pp. 
Not scon : i-ntry from T'.owkcr. 

. Rept. of Assem. committee re. construction of 

College of Letters, charging Dr. Merritt, to whom 
was delegated the power vested in bd. of regents of 
State Univ., with squandering public moneys by 
overpaying contractors, and the regents with being 
accessories after the fact; also testimony taken 
during investigation of alleged frauds, including 
deeds of site of College of Cal. 11, 464 pp. (App. 
to jols. 20 sess. v. 4 docs. [9, 10].) 

. Rept. of jt. committee apptd. to examine into 

mngmt. of Univ. of Cal., incl. administration of 
trusts confided to regents thereof. 3, 109 pp. 
(Same 20 sess. v. 6 [doc. 1].) 

Rept. of commlttoe. toxt of fostlmony; memorial of 
recents requesting an investigation. 

. Same; rept. minus testimony. (Assem. jol. 20 

sess. pp. 1165-1168.) 

. Rept. of Sen. committee on public bldgp. and 

grounds. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 6 [doc. 

11].) 

Apptd. under Sen. re.s. of .Tan. to Investigate manner 
In which money appropriated at last sess. for 
bidg. purposes at State t'nlverslty was expended. 

. Stmts, of the regents .... to jt. committee of 

legisl., Mch. 3. 70 pp. 

Perhaps privately prtd. Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

. Preamble and resolution of the jt. committee 

from the State Grange, Mechanics' State Council, 
and Mechanics' Deliberative Assem., and reply of 
the regents of the Univ. 8 pp. 
1875. Stmt, of progress and condition of Univ. of Cal.; 
prepared at request of the regents . . . ; by D. C. 
Gilman, pres. 56 pp. 
[1876.] Rept. to finance committee of bd. of regents, 
Univ. of Cal. 15 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
. Rept. of Sen. special committee on certain ques- 
tions re. regents of state univ. 4 pp. (App. to 
jols. 21 sess. V. 5 unnum. doc.) 
. Rept. of Assem. committee re. state univ., nor- 
mal school, and institute for deaf and dumb and 
blind. 5 pp. (Same 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

. Memorial of bd. of regents of Univ. of Cal. to 

Sen. and House of U. S. [praying for grant of pub- 
lic lands]. 5 pp. (Bull. Univ. of Cal. no. 25.) 
1878. Mess, of gov. ace. by communication of Hon. S. 
C. Hastings. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 
[doc. 15].) 

Re. Mr. Hastings' proposal to give to state sum of 
money to found a College of Law to l>ecome a 
dept. of State T'niversity. 

. Rept. on condition of domain of State Univ. 

(Assem. jol. 22 sess. pp. 779-780.) 

. Memorial from bd. of regents. Disastrous effects 

of passage of Curtis bill; its unconstitutionality. 
11 pp. (Univ. of Cal. Bull. 30.) 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Academic — cont'd 

U.NIVKR.SITY OF C.VI.Il'OH.NIA — COnt'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1880-1890. Rept. of state supt. on State Univ. and Its 

branches. (9 rept. supt. public instruction 1879/80 

(pp. 28-38)— 19 same 1888/90.) 
1881. Memorial of regents of unlv. of apprns. 2 11. 

(App. to jols. 24 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1883. Special mess, of Gov. Stoneman transmitting 
rept. of state engr. on sewerage of deaf, dumb, and 
blind asylums and the State Univ. 7 pp. (Same 
25 sess. V. 1 doc. (5].) 

1884. Regents' manual of laws, orders, etc., governing 
Univ. 256 pp. 

1885. Petition of bd. of regents to legisl. submitting 
schedule of apprns., Jan. 1. 6 pp. 

1886. Academic history of each member of teaching 
force of the Univ. of Cal., Oct. 1, 1886, and of some 
of the ex-mombers. (Bienn. rept. pres. of Unlv. 
1886: 119-138.) 

1886-1888. List of published writings of officers of the 
Univ. (Same 1888: 109-117.) 

1887. Rept. [favorable] of Sen. committee on the nor- 
mal school and the State Univ., suggesting need of 
ann. permanent income for latter. 4 pp. (App. to 
jols. 27 sess. V. 8 doc. [14].) 

. The present and future of the Univ.; address 

delivered by ,1. F. Swift. 10 pp. 

. Repts. to academic council by committee on cur- 
ricula, committee on higher degrees, committee on 
jt. regulations; together with rules for govt, of 
library which have been established by regents of 
Univ. 49 pp. 

1887-1890. Growth of the Univ. of Cal. Comparative 
chart of attendance and income. (To ace. bienn. 
rept. of regents 1894/6.) 

1889/90-1897/8. Table showing no. of graduates each 
yr. from State Univ. (Rept. of committee to make 
examination of state institutions 1899: 34.) 

1890-1893. List of published writings of officers of the 
Univ. (Rept. of pres. of Univ. 1893: 48-65.) 

1891. Rept. of bd. of health on sanitary condition and 
mngmt. of State Univ., etc. (12 bienn. rept. bd. 
health 1890/2: 21-26.) 

1892. Rept. on condition of State Univ. and normal 
schools. (15 rept. supt. public instruction 1890/2: 
34-35.) 

1892/3-1901/2. State Univ.; historical sketch, its 
scopes, govt., increase in enrollment, and univ. ex- 
tension. (20 same 1900/2: 18-21.) 

1895. Adolph Sutro's letter to the regents of the 
Univ on the selection of a site for the affili- 
ated colleges. 

[1897?] Rept. of reception, preparation, and judgment 
of plans submitted in preliminary concourse for 
Phoebe A. Hearst architectural plan for Univ. of 
Cal. 3 pp., plate. 

. Prospectus for the Phoebe Hearst architectural 

plan. 7 pp. 4°. 

. Programme for International competition for 

Phoebe A. Hearst architectural plan of Unlv. of 
Cal., Berkeley, Dec. 3. 40 11. 4°. 

1898. Address of Regent .1. B. Reinstein at special mtg. 
of regents " for purpose of suggesting and discuss- 
ing matters necessary to prosperity of Univ," Jan. 
15. 41 pp. 

. The accrediting of secondary schools. 13 pp. 

. Relation of Unlv. to secondary schools; addresa 

delivered by F. Slate, Nov. 10. 19 pp. 

1899. Rept. on State Univ. (Rept. of committee to 
make examination of state Institutions 1899: 33- 
35.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 



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EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Academic — cont'd 
Uxn-EBSiTY OF Califobxia — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1899. International competition for Phoebe A. Hearst 

architectural plan tor Univ. of Cal. obi. 4°. 152 pp. 
[1900.] Funds of Univ.: rept. of committee apptd. by 

Council of Associated Alumni. 
1902-1904. Rept. of progress of State Univ. during 

past 2 yrs. (21 rept. supt. public instruction 

1902/4: 29-39.) 
1904. Table showing percentage of students of class of 

1904 at Univ. of Cal. (11 bienn. rept. labor sta- 
tistics 1902/4: 99.) 

Fund 
1862-1863. Rept. on univ. fund; immediate passage of 

law to provide for transfer of bonds due from 

school fund to seminary fund, recommended (12 

A.R. supt. public instruction 1862 (pp. 17-18) — 13 

same 1863.) 
1867/9-1884. State Univ. fund receipts and payments. 

(A.R. state treasurer 1867/9 (p. 23) — bienn. rept. 

same 1882/4.) 
1871-1904. Stmt, of condition of univ. fund. (Bienn. 

rept. state controller 1869/71 (pp. 98-99) — same 

1902/4.) 
1871/3. Univ. endowment fund; receipts and pay- 
ments. (A.R. state treasurer 1871/3 (p. 21) — 

bienn. rept. same 1877/9.) 
1871/3-1884. See above, School Fund: these dates. 
1873-1879. Stmt, of condition of univ. endowment fund. 

(Bienn. rept. state controller 1S71/3 (pp. 130-131) 

— same 1877/9.) 
1879. Rept. on condition of certain funds, etc., re. state 

univ. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 23 sess. v. 5 unnum. 

doc.) 
1879/80-1884. Receipts and payments on consolidated 

perpetual endowment fund, Univ. of Cal. (A.R. 

state treasurer 1879/80 (p. 10) — bienn. rept. same 

1882/4.) 
1880-1890. Stmt, of condition of consolidated perpetual 

endowment fund of Univ. of Cal. (coin acct.). 

(Bienn. rept. state controller 1879/80 (p. 43) — 

same 1888/90.) 
1888-1904. Stmt, of condition of state univ. fund. 

{Same 1886/8 (p. 80)— same 1902/4.) 
1894/6-1904. Stmt, showing transaction in bonds and 

bonds on hand, held in trust by state treasurer for 

Univ. fund. (A.R. state treasurer 1894/6 (p. 46) — 

Bienn. rept. same 1902/4.) 

I'e<-'ii)tft and Kj-jiciiditurcH 
1871-1873. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 

each apprn. made by law, amt. expended iinder 

each, and balance unexpended for state univ. 

(Bienn. rept. state controller 1869/71 (p. 53) — 

same 1871/3.) 
1882-1904. Same. (Same 1880/2 (p. 64)— 4'07)?e 1902/4.) 
1891-1898. Table showing ann. aggregate cost of main- 
tenance. (Rept. of committee to make examina- 
tion of state Institutions 1899: 34.) 

. Same In App. to Jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1903/4. Itemized stmt, of receipts and disl)ursemonts 

of Univ. of Cal. (21 rept. supt. public instruction 

1902/4: 57-66.) 
Industrial and Technical 
CAi.ifon.MA Poi.YTKciiNir Sfiiooi,, Sa.n LriR Onispo 

1903. Rept. on Cal. Polytechnic School, etc. (Assam, 
jol. 35 HBHS, pp. 373-377.) 

1903/4. Rept. of director of Cal. Polytechnic School. 
(21 rept. Hupt. public Instruction 1902/4: 255-258.) 

1904. Rept. on work of Hchool I'HialillKhcd at Ran I.uIh 
Obispo for teaching agrlc, mechanics, and domcatlc 
science. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortlc. 1903/4: 203- 
204.) 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Industrial and Technical — cont'd 

California Polytech.nic School, San Luis Obispo — cont'd 
1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, Cal. Poly- 
technic School. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1902/4: 119.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 

apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for Cal. Polytechnic 
School. (Same 1902/4: 95.) 

. Cal. Polytechnic Institute at San Luis Obispo. 

(21 rept. supt. public instruction 1902/4: 9-10.) 
Cogswell Polytechnic School 

1890. The Cogswell Polytechnic School in S. F. (14 
rept. supt. public instruction 1888/90: 35.) 
Normal Schools 

CHICO 
serial 
1890/2-1902/4. Rept of trustees of State Normal 
School, Chico. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
18f>0/2 In App. to jols. 30 sess. v. 7 unnum. doc. 

18!12/4 31 " V. fi 

1804/6 ■■ 32 " V. 5 doc. [5]. 

1806/8-1808/00 not found. 

1900/2 in App. to Jols. 35 sess. v. 2 doc. [13]. 

Visiting Committee 

See under Tublic Buildings and Grounds, serial group, 
also under Maintenance : State. 

non-serial 

1889. Rept. on investigation of charges agst. trustees 

of Normal School at Chico. (Sen. jol. 28 sess. p. 

624.) 
. Testimony taken before jt. special committee 

apptd. to investigate certain charges in connection 

with the erection of the branch state normal school, 

Chico, Butte Co. 48 pp. (App. to jols. 28 sess. 

V. 7 doc. [2.1) 
1891-1898. Table showing no. of graduates, total cost 

of maintenance, and cost per student each yr. 

(Rept. of committee to make examination of state 

institutions 1899: 37.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1899. Rept. on state normal school at Chico. (Rept. 

of committee to make examination of state institu- 
tions 1899: 35-39.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 soss. v. 2. 

1900-1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, Chico 

state normal school. (Bienn. rept. state controller 

1898/00 (p. 107)— sawe 1902/4.) 

LOS ANttELES 
serial 
1890/1-1902/4. Rept. of trustees of state normal school, 
Los Angeles. 

In Collected docs, a.s follows : 
1 800/1 In App. to Jols. 20 sess. 
1801/2 " •' " " 20 •• 

1802/4 30 " 

1894/0 32 •■ 

1800/8-1808/00 not found. 
1900/2 In Ap|). lo Jols. 35 sess. 

Visiting Committee 

See serial Kroup, under I'iil)llc Buildings and Grounds ; 
also Maintenance : State. 

non-serial 

1881-1882. Rept. of slate supt. on branch normal school 

at Los Angeles established In 1881. (10 rept. supt. 

public Instruction 1880/2 ( pi). 42-43)— 12 sam.e 

1884/0.) 
1883. Rocomniendatlon for branch normal school In 

Los Angeles to be siippll(>d with an actual rather 

than a nominal i)rlnrlpal. ( Itept. bd. trustees of 

state normal schools 1882/4: 15.) 



7 unnum. doc. 

7 " " 

6 

,1 doc. [41. 

2 doc. [141. 



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EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 

Normal Schools — cont'd 

l.OS ANCKLKS— cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1883-1898. Table showing no. of pupils each yr.; do. 
teachers and officers; do. salaries. (Kept, of com- 
mittee to make examination of state institutions 
1899: 43.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1884. See under San Jose, below; this date. 

1884-1898. Table showing no. of graduates, total cost 
of maintenance, and cost per student each yr. 
(Kept, of committee to make examination of state 
institutions 1899: 42.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1895. Rept. on state normal school bldg. at Los Ange- 
les. (Sen. jol. 31 sess. pp. 371-373.) 

1899. Rept. on state normal school at Los Angeles. 
(Rept. of committee to make examination of state 
institutions 1899: 39-4G.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

Fund 

1900-1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, Los 
Angeles state normal school. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1898/00 (p. 107)— some 1902/4.) 
F€f€ii)ts and Expenditures 

1882. Rept. of receipts and expenditures for bldg. 
branch normal school at Los Angeles. (Rept. bd. 
trustees of state normal schools 1880/2: 14.) 

1882-1883. Rept. of expenditures from apprn. for fur- 
nishing the branch normal school bldg., for 34th 
fiscal yr. (Same 1882/4: 12.) 

1882-1884. Rept. of receipts and expenditures for com- 
pletion of branch normal school bldg., Los Angeles. 
{Same 1882/3: 27.) 

1883-1888. Financial rept. of branch normal school, 
Los Angeles, for yr. endg. June 30, 1883. (Same 
1882/4 (pp. 10-11)— same 1887/8.) 

1883/4. Rept. of expenditures from apprn. for im- 
provement of grounds, branch normal school. 
(Same 1882/4: 28.) 

1886-1894. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state normal 
school at Los Angeles. (Bienn. rept. state control- 
ler 1884/6 (p. 73)— same 1892/4.) 

SAN DIEGO 
1902-1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, San 
Diego State Normal School. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1900/2 (p. 104)— same 1902/4.) 

SAN FIIANCISCO 
1902-1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, S. F. 
State Normal School. (Bienn. rept. state control- 
ler 1900/2 (p. 104)— same 1902/4.) 

SAN JOSE 
serial 
1890/2-1902/4. Rept. of trustees of state normal school, 
San Jose. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1890/2 In App. to Jols. 30 sess. v. 7 unnura. doc. 
1892/4 " •• " '• .tl " V. 6 

1894/6 .S2 " V. 5 doc. [.■?]. 

1896/8 " 33 " V. 2 " [4]. 

1898/00 35 " V. 2 " [L!]. 

1900/2-1902/4 not found. 

Visiting Committee 
See serial group under Education, above ; also under 
Public Buildings and Grounds and under Mainlf- 
nance : State. 

non-serial 
1861. Communication from committee of State Educa- 
tion Convention upon state normal school, com- 
mended to consideration of legisl. (11 A.R. supt. 
public Instruction 1861: 15-17.) 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Normal Schools — cont'd 

SAN JOSE— cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1862. Apprn. of $(:000 recommended to be made for 
support of State Normal School during ensuing yr. 
(12 same 1862: 23.) 

1863. Rept. of bd. of trustees of Cal. state normal 
school. (13 same 1863: 185-188.) 

1863-1871. Rept. on state normal school. (13 same 
1863 (pp. 49-55)— 4 bienn. rept. .same 1870/1.) 

1863-1877. Rept. of principal of state normal school. 
(13 same 1863 (pp. 191-214)— 7 bienn. rrpt. .some 
1876/7.) 

1866. Rept. of Assem. committip on education re. state 
reform school, normal school, and asylums. 4 pp. 
(App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 

1866-1867. Rept. of bd. of state normal school trustees. 
(2 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 1866/7' 
102-117.) 

1870. Majority and minority repts. of jt. committee on 
permanent location of state normal school. 4 pp., 
1 1. (App. to jols. 18 sess. V. 3 doc. [171.) 

. Proceedings of jt. convention to select a perma- 
nent site for location of state normal school, Mch 
10. 17 pp. (Same 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [26].) 

. Act establishing state normal school at San 

Jos6. (3 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 
1868/9: 186-189.) 

1872. Rept. of Sen. committee on construction of state 
normal school bldg. at San Josg, work has cost 
more than the estimate, involving a trustee and 
the supt. of construction in charge of having an 
interest in a contract for materials. (App. to jols. 
19 sess. V. 4 doc. [1].) 

. Supplementary rept. of committee on public 

bldgs. re. state normal school. 4, 149 pp. (Same 
19 sess. V. 4 unnum. doc.) 

. Rept. of Assem. committee on construction of 

state normal school at San Jos6, imputing fraud in 
one transaction betw. a trustee and supt. and a 
contracting firm, etc. (Same 19 sess. v. 4 docs. 
[2, 3].) 

1874. Rept. of bd. of comrs. of state normal school 
bldg., San Jos6. 11 pp. (Same 20 sess. v. 5 [doc. 
18].) 

1875. Same. 5 pp. (Same 21 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1876. Rept. on state normal school bldg. and recom- 
mendation for apprn. to complete structure. (Sen. 
jol. 21 sess. p. 304.) 

. Repts. of Sen. committee on education re. Assem. 

bill 374 abolishing bd. of trustees of normal school, 
the bd. of regents of the Univ., and creating one 
elective bd. to manage common school dept., nor- 
mal school, and the unlv. 6, 16 pp. (App. to jols. 

21 sess. V. 5 unnum. doc.) 

. Rept. of Assem. committee re. state normal 

school, etc. 5 pp. (Same 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

1878. Rept. of committee on education; visiting com- 
mittee on state normal school, etc. 5 pp. (Same 

22 sess. V. 4 [doc. 43].) 

1878/9. Rept. of trustees of state normal school, Dec. 

31. (Same 23 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 
1879/80-1884/6. Rept. of state supt. on state normal 

school. San Jos6. (9 rept. supt. public Instruction 

1879/80 (pp. 40-46)— 12 same 1884/6.) 
1881. Rept. of committee on public bldgs., on state 

normal school, etc. 12 pp. (App. to jols. 24 sess. 

V. 3 unnum. doc.) 
1883. Rept. on conditions of univ., deaf, dumb, and 

blind asylum, and San Jos6 state normal school. 

(Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 375-377,) 



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EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 

Normal Schools — cont'd 

SAX JOSE — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1884. Estimates of apprns. needed to carry on schools 
for coming 2 yrs. at San Jose and branch normal, 
Los Angeles. (Rept. bd. trustees of state normal 
schools 1882/4: 3.) 

1887. Rept. on Univ. and San Jos6 normal school. 
(Sen. jol. 27 sess. pp. 140-141.) 

. Rept., favorable, of Sen. committee on normal 

school and the state univ. 4 pp. (App. to Jols. 27 
sess. V. 8 doc. [141.) 

1889. Historical sketch .... with catalogue of grad- 
uates and record of their work for 27 yrs. 283 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bnwker. 

1893. Rept. on normal school bldg. at San Jos6. (As- 
sem. jol. 30 sess. pp. 308-309.) 

1899. Rept. on state normal school at San Jos§. (Rept. 
of committee to make examination of state insti- 
tutions 1899: 46-52.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1903-1904. The San Josg state normal school: inaugu- 
ration of the movement. (21 rept, supt. public in- 
struction 1902/4: 98-101.) 
Fund 

1869/71-1879. State normal school bldg. fund, receipts 
and payments. ( Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1869/71 
(p. 20)— same 1877/9.) 

1871. Stmt, of condition of normal school bldg. fund. 
(4 bienn, rept. supt. public instruction 1S70/1: 178- 
179.) 

1873-1879. Stmt, of condition of state normal school 
bldg. fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1871/3 
(pp. 128-129)— same 1877/9.) 

1900-1904. Stmt, of condition of contingent fund, San 
Jos6 State Normal School. (So»ie 1898/00 (p. 107) 
—same 1902/4.) 

Receipts and Expendittirca 

1865-1873. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. exi)endcd under 
each, and balance unexpended for state normal 
school. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1863/5 (p. 
40)— same 1871/3,) 

1865/6-1870/1. Stmt, of ann. expenditures of state nor- 
mal school. (2 bienn. rept. supt. public instruction 
1866/7 (p. 112)- 4 same 1870/1.) 

1870-1898, Table showing cost of bldgs. and improve- 
ments. (Rept. of committee to make examination 
of state institutions 1899: 51-52.) 

, Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1871. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn, made by law. amt. expended under each, and 
balance unexpended for state normal school bldg. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1809/71: 77.) 

1881. Rept. of receipts and expenditures for bldg. at 
San Jos6 and for support of school. (Rept. bd. of 
trustees of state normal schools 1880/2: 7.) 

1882. Same; for impiovement of Normal School 
Square, San .)os6. (Same 1880/2: 11.) 

1882-1888. Financial stmt, of state normal school at 
San Jo86 for yr. endg. June 30. (Same 1882/4 (pp. 
7-9)— some 1887/8.) 

1883. Rept. of expenditures from apprn. for improve- 
men of Normal School Square, San JosC, 33d and 
34th yrs. (Same 1882/4: 13.) 

1890/M897/8. Table showing per capita cost of luiplls 
per annum. (Rept. of committee to make examina- 
tion of state Institutions 1899: 51.) 

. Same In App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

. Tables showing aggregate nnn. cost of mainte- 
nance and cost per graduate. (Heiil. of coniniilli'c 
to make examination of state Institutions 1899; 
49.) 

. Same In App. to jols, 33 sess, v. 2, 



EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS— cont'd 
Sectarian 

1S70. Petition for relief of free school of Presentation 
Convent of S. P. 2 11. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 
unnum. doc.) 

EEL RIVER; see RIVER CONSERVANCY 

EL DORADO COUNTY (1850) 

Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Assessors; see Ta.xation: State 
Brookite in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Bullion Production 
1S85. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Copper Mining 

1892/4-1894 6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per: these dates. 
Debt; see that title 

Diamonds in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Geology; see Natural Resources 
Gold Mining 

1888. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; this 

date. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 

Gold Production 

1879-1880. See Natural Resources. Mineral; these 
dates. 

1881. See same; this date. 

1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
Indian Wars; see War Expenditures 
Lime in; see Natural Resources, Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines 

1879/80. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Produc- 
tion; this date. 

Mines and Mining 

1S89/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 
Octahedrite in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Quicksilver Mining 

1892/4-1894/0. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Quick- 
silver; these dates. 
Rainfall; see Climate 
Roads; see that title 
Silver Production 

1892-1895. Sec Natural Resources. Mineral; these 
dates. 
Slate in; sec Natural Resources. Mineral 
Steatite and Serpentine in; sec Natural Resources, Min- 
eral 
Surveyor; see Land 

ELECTION REWARD FUND; see FINANCE: STATE, 
FUNDS 

ELECTRUM; sec NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

EMERY; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

EMIGRATION; see POPULATION, MIGRATION 



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EMINENT DOMAIN; see LAND: STATE. MINERAL (under 
date of 1857) 

Kor tlio water-fruut coiitrovorstes iu S. F. uiid I'lsf- 
whero, see Land. Waterfront Property. 

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 
Insurance; see Insurance 

EMPLOYMENT; see LABOR 

EMPLOYMENT BUREAUS; see LABOR 

ENGINEER 

Reports; see Public Works 

EPIDEMICS; see PUBLIC HEALTH 

EQUALIZATION; see TAXATION: STATE 

ESCHEATS; see LAND 

EUCALYPTUS; see NATURAL RESOURCES FORESTS 

EUREKA 
Climate; see that title 

EVENING SCHOOLS; see EDUCATION 

EXAMINERS, BOARD OF 
Expenditures for; see Finance: State 
Reports; see Debt: State. Claims 

EXECUTIVE MANSION; see PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
GROUNDS: STATE 

EXHIBITIONS 
Agricultural; see Agriculture. Fairs 
Educational; see Education 
Industrial; see Industries, etc. 
Mineral; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Vinicultural; see Industries, etc. Liquor 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS 
Agricultural; see Agriculture 
Forestry; see Natural Resources. Forests 

EXPORTS; see COMMERCE, ETC. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

1860. Rept. on memorial of sureties of Pacific Express 
Co. for release. (Assem. jol. 11 sess. pp. 243-24S; 
Sen. jol. pp. 220-226.) 

FAIRS 

Agricultural; see Agriculture. Fairs 

FARMERS' ALLIANCE; see AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES 

FARMERS' INSTITUTES; see AGRICULTURE. EDUCA- 
TION 

FEATHER RIVER; see RIVER CONSERVANCY 

FEDERAL TAX FUND; see FINANCE: STATE. FUNDS 

FEEBLE-MINDED 

Maintenance; see Maintenance: State 

FEES, COMMISSIONS, ETC. 

1854. Reduction of officers' fees urged. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1854: 29.) 

1855. Same. (Same 1855: 12-13.) 



FEES, COMMISSIONS, ETC.— cont'd 

1S5S. Veto of act nmondatory and suppl. to act to regu- 
late fees of offlcc. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. pp. 681-682.) 

1892-1S94. I'lilform fee lilU tlirounhout whole state rcc- 
onunonded; rate of compensation for collection of 
state taxes In each co. not the same — sugRestion 
that If compensation Is to be given for this work 
each CO. receive Its just proportion. (Rept. atty. 
gen. 1891/2 (pp. 5-6)— same 1893/4.) 

1894. Comments on atty. fees, and recommendation 
that law be amended so that no state officer, bd., or 
comn. will have any authority to incur any Indebt- 
edness for attys. without authority from bd. and 
such Indebtedness cannot be allowed by 1x1. unless 
permission is given in writing, signed by all mem- 
bers of bd. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 53.) 

1896. Recommendation for amdmt. of sec. 416, politi- 
cal code, re. fees. (Bienn. rept. state dept. 1894/6: 
16-17.) 
County Officers 

1860. Rept. on act to regulate fees of co. clerks of Los 
Angeles and San Diego cos. (Assem. jol. 11 sess. 
pp. 494-497.) 

1861. Rept. on act to amend act to regulate fees in 
office of Yuba Co. (Same 12 sess. pp. 263-264.) 

1868. Rept. of committee on fees and salaries on com- 
pensation of CO. officers. 5 pp. (App. to jols. 17 
sess. V. 3 fdoc. 18].) 

. Rept. [favorable] of Assem. special committee 

on adoption of uniform system of fees for all cos. 
of state. 5 pp. (.Same 17 sess. v. 2 [doc. 321.) 

1877. Comments on repts. of fees of co. officers. 
(Bienn. rept. state dept. 1875/7: 20-21.) 

Expenditures for 

1852-1855. Controller's stmt, of state expenditures for 
lawyers' fees. (Assem. jol. 1855: 692-693.) 
Insurance Companies; see Insurance. Revenue 
Revenue 

1862-1865. Stmt, giving amt. of cash reed, by secy, of 
state on acct. of fees, certificates of incorporation, 
etc. (A.R. secy, of state dept. 1862 (p. 8)— bienn. 
rept. same 1864/5.) 
1873-1877. Bienn. stmt, of receipts into state dept. on 
acct. of fees and revenue stamps. (Bienn. rept. 
state dept. 1871/3 (pp. 5-6)— same 1875/7.) 
1879. Stmt, of amts. reed, for fees, sale of codes. Cal. 
repts., copies of geological survey, ballot paper, 
statutes, and amdmts. to codes, 1877-1878. from 
date of last rept., July 1, 1877, to June 30, 1879. 
(Same 1877/9: 3-4.) 
1886-1902. Stmt, giving mo. receipts from all sources 
(Same 1884/6 (p. 37)— same 1900/2.) 
UnclassKlod ; mo. aKgrecatcs. 
Land Office; see Land: State. Revenxje 
Tax Collectors; see Taxation 
GnniTnl Matorlal. 

FENCE LAW; see AGRICULTURE 

FERRIES 

1869. Comrs. recommend such modification of law as 
will place ferry owners on same footing with other 
occupants of water-front. (Bienn. rept. harbor 
comrs. 1867/9: 9.) 

SAN FRANCISCO 
Sec Railroads. Depots. 

FERTILIZATION 

Soil; see Agriculture. Soils 

FERTILIZERS 
Commercial; see Industries, etc. 



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FIBER PLANTS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS 

FIDELITY INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

FIG 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

FINANCE: COUNTY 

1849/50. Comments on payments of certain co. expen- 
ditures out of state treasury, which should be paid 
by COS. themselves. (A.R. state comptroller 1849/ 
50: 543.) 

Facing from Collected docs. 

1862. Recommendation that " act concerning duties of 
CO. treasurers " be repealed, and that mileage al- 
lowed CO. treasurers be so established as not to ex- 
ceed $150 in any individual case. (Same 1861/2:5.) 

1868. Rept. of special committee re. financial condi- 
tion of cos. in Cal. [Tabulated statistics.] 16 pp. 
(App. to jols. 17 sess. V. 3 [doc. 61.) 

1869-1892. Stmt, showing financial condition of cos. 
of state, Nov. 1. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1867/9 (pp. 172-173)— same 1890/2.) 

1873. Comments on adjustment of balances and stmt, 
showing balance due from each co. (Same 1871/3: 
12-14.) 

. Summary stmt, of repts. of auditors of several 

cos. (A.R. equalization bd. 1872/3: 78-79.) 

SACR.\MENTO COUNTY 
1851. Memorial and docs. re. bad financial condition of 
Sacramento Co.. with review of causes of same. 
(Legisl. jol. 1851: 862-865.) 

1857. Unfavorable rept. on act to authorize funding of 
certain warrants drawn by auditor of Sacramento 
Co., on treasury of said co. prior to Nov. 1, 1855. 
(Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 656-657; Assem. jol. pp. 660- 
661.) 

1876. Veto of act to enable bd. of supervisors of Sacra- 
mento Co. to refund certain moneys claimed to 
have been paid into co. treasury by ex-sherifi and 
ex-tax-collector, in excess of what was required by 
law to be paid. (Sen. jol. 21 sess. p. 567.) 

FINANCE: MUNICIPAL 

SACn.\MENTO 
1868. Rept. [minority] of judiciary committee re. 
Assem. bill 216 authorizing legislation, by voters of 
Sacramento City, of a certain portion of the state 
funds into the city treasury. 2 U. (App. to jols. 
17 sess. V. 2 [doc. 35].) 

SAN rUANCISCO 

1858. Veto of act to authorize bd. of supervisors of city 
and CO. of S. F. lo direct auditor of said city and 
CO. to audit, and treasurer of same to pay certain 
claims therein mentioned. (Son. jol. 9 sess. |ip. 
173-174.) 

FINANCE: STATE 

MII.ITAIiY finVEUNMENT, 1840-184!> 

1846-1847. Review of peculiar conditions existing In 
Cal. at time of original collection of civil fund, col- 
lected by U. S. revenue ofllcers In ports of state 
prior to its admission. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 
11-1.3.) 

1846-1849. Rept. re. disposal and amt. of civil fund, as 
Bhown by accts. of various ofllcers of mllllarv govt. 
8 pp. (App. to Ren. jol. 1853 doc. 7:',.) 

1840-1850, Rept. and corresp. ro. history, amt. and 
legitimate disposal of civil fund collected In Cal. 
ports by II. S. revenue ofllcers ijrlor lo admission of 
state to Union. (Legisl. jol. IK49/.50: 817-828.) 

1848-1849. Neglect of federal govt, to provide terri- 
torial organization for Cal. during time Cal. cltl- 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

MILITAHY r.OVEUXMENT, 1846-1849 — cont'd 
zens were being taxed by said govt., quoted as im- 
portant cause of financial difficulties of state. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 6.) 
1848-1850. Govs. mess, transmitting accts. current of 
civil fund collected by U. S. revenue officers in Cal. 
ports prior to admission and drawn upon for ex- 
penses of military govt. 8 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1853 doc. 53.) 

1849. Review of injustice of federal act for collection 
of revenues in ports of Cal. prior to admission to 
Union. (Govs. ann. mess. 1S51.) 

1849-1850. Rept. re. state's right to surplus revenue 
collected by U. S. in Cal. ports prior to its admis- 
sion. (Legisl. jol. 1851: 866-867.) 

1850. Majority and minority repts. of committee on 
res. re. public domain, mineral lands, custom 
houses, branch of U. S. mint, and certain moneys 
rightfully belonging to state of Cal. (Same 1849/ 
50: 802-817.) 

. Adoption of measures looking to early estab- 
lishment of custom houses and branch of U. S 
mint urged by committee on res. re. same. (Same 
1849/50: 813.) 

. Prosecution of claim to revenues collected in 

Cal. ports by U. S. prior to admission to Union, 
urged by committee on res. re. same. (Same 
1849/50: 813-814.) 

1851. Refunding to state of duties collected by U. S. 
previous to recognition of state govt, delayed in 
Congress. (Govs. ann. mess. 1851.) 

. Rept. of committee re. civil fund. (Legisl. jols. 

1851: 865-867.) 

1852. Govs. mess. re. erroneous impression prevailing 
as to extent of Cal. claim agst. U. S. for civil fund 
collected by U. S. revenue officers in Cal. ports 
prior to admission, urging investigation and rept. 
re. same as basis for claim for full reimbursement 
thereof: reviewing general administration of said 
fund during military govt. (Sen. jol. 1853: 185- 
186; Assem. jol. pp. 223-224.) 

. Action urged with view to obtaining reimburse- 
ment for revenue collected by U. S. in Cal. ports 
prior to admission to Union. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1852.) 

. .It. res. of legisl. of Cal. re. civil fund, Feb. 6. 

2 pp. (U. S. 32 Cong., 1 sess., House misc. doc. 27; 
Sen. misc. doc. 58.) 

Text not printed In Cnl. .iols. 

1855. Suggestion to memorialize Congress for reim- 
bursement of amt. expended by state for civil govt. 
betw. Dec. 15, 1849, and Sept. 9, 1850, in view of 
decision of U. S. Supreme Court a.gst. state claim 
to civil fund collected in Cal. ports by U. S. reve- 
nue officers prior to admission. (Govs. ann. mess 
1855: 10-11.) 

STATE OOVEHNMENT, 184!)-datc 

serial 
Controller 
1 series 
1849/50-1864/5. Ann. rept. of comptroller for vr. endg. 
June 30. 

In Collcctrd ilncs. iis follows: 
18-U)/''''0 In .Si-n. Join, isr.l :r>inr)40. 

" Assem. jols. 18,11 : 077-1004. 
18.''.l/2 •• App. to Sen. Jols. is:,:\ doc. 1. 

185:1/4 " (1 SPSS, unnuni. doc. 

18r):t/4 ' Assem. " « " 

18r.4/.') Sen. •' 7 " 

18,''.,''i/n Assem. " 8 " 

ISr.n/O Sen. " 8 ■• 

IS.IT Assem. " il •■ 

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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

STATIC liOVKUNMKNT, 1849-datc — cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

Controller — cont'd 

2 series 

1857/8-1864/5. Ann. rept. of controller for yr. endg. 

June 30. 

In (\>IIoot(»d does, as follows : 

l.SoT/S In A|)|). t« Assem. Jols. 10 sess. unnum. doc. 

1857/S Sen. " 10 " 

" " Asspm. " 11 " " 

•• Sen. •■ 11 " 

" •' Assem. " 12 " " 

■• Si-n. ■• 12 " 

App. lo Jols. 13 sess. unnum. doc. 



1S58/9 • 
IN.%8'9 ' 
ls."!i i;o • 

IS.MI lil( ' 
18ti(l 1 ■ 
1861/2 • 
1862/3 ' 
1863/4 • 
1864/5 ' 



14 

15 
16 
10 



V. 1 unnum. doc. 



3 series 
1865/7-1877/9. Blenn. rept. of controller. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
1865/7 In App. to Jols. 17 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 



1867/9 " 


r- .. -.. 18 •• 


V. 1 " * 


1869/71 " 


19 " 


V. 1 " ' 


1871/3 •' 


20 " 


V. 1 " 


1873/5 '■ 


21 '• 


V. 1 " ' 


1875/7 •■ 


22 " 


V. 1 " 


1877/9 " 


23 • 


V. 1 " ' 



4 series 

1879/80. Rept. [ann.] of controller [for yr. endg. June 
30]. 

In Collected docs, a.** follows : 
1879/80 In App. to Jols. 24 sess. T. 1 unnum. doc. 

5 series 
1880/2-1902/4. Bienn. rept. of controller. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1880/2 In App. to Jols. 25 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 



1882/4 •• •' 


.. .. 26 •• 


V. 1 




1884/6 •• " 


•• '■ 27 •■ 


V. 1 




1886/8 " '• 


.. .. 28 " 


V. 1 




1888/90 ■■ " 


.. ,. 29 " 


V. 1 




1890/2 " " 


" " 30 ' 


V. 1 




1892/4 " " 


•' " 31 •' 


V. 1 




1894/6 " 


" •• 32 • 


V. 1 




1896/8 " " 


'• " 33 " 


V. 1 doc. 


[41. 


1898/00 " '• 


" •' .■!4 '■ 


V. 1 •' 


[61. 


1900/2 " 


•■ " 35 • 


V. 1 " 


[7|. 



Treasurer 
1 series 
1849/50-1862/3. Ann. rept. of treasurer for yr. endg. 
June 30. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1840/50 In Sen. Jols. IS.^l : 553-558. 

" Assem. Jols. 1851 : 897-902. 
" App. to Sen. Jols. 1852 : 511-515. 
1853 doc. 2. 
Assem 



1850/1 

1851/2 

1852/3 

1853/4 

1853/4 

1854/5 

1854/5 

1855/6 

1855/6 

1856/7 

185B/7 

1857/8 

1857/8 

18.58/9 

18.')8/9 

1859/60 

1859/60 

1860/1 

1861/2 

1862/3 



5 sess. 1855 doc. 3. 



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** Assem. 
" Sen. 
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" Assem. 
" Sen. 
*' Assem. 
" Sen. 
'* Assem. 
" Sen. 
'* Assem. 
Sen. 



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6 

7 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 
10 

11 
11 

12 
12 



doc. 3. 
" 3. 
'• 3. 
■• 3. 

unnum. doc. 



' Jols. 13 sess. unnum. doc. 

■ " 14 
. „ 1- 

2 series 



1863/5-1877/9. Bienn. rept. of treasurer. 
In Collected docs. a.s follows : 
1863/5 In App. to Jols. 16 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 



18C5/7 
1867/9 
1869/71 ' 
1871/3 ' 
1873/5 ' 
1875/7 ' 
1877/9 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



1 

v. 1 

V. 1 

V. 1 

T. 2 

T. 1 

V. 1 



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20 •• 


V. 




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27 •• 


V. 




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29 " 


V. 




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V. 




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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

STATIC (loVICK.NMlCNT, 1849-date— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 

Treasurer — cont'd 

3 series 
1879/80. Rept. [ann. J of treasurer. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1879/80 In App. to Jols. 24 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

4 series 

1880/2-1902/4. Blenn. rept. of treasurer. 

lu Collected docs, as follows : 
lSKO/2 In App. to Jols. 
1SS2/4 ■' •' •' " 
1884/0 " " " '• 

1886/8 ' " 

1888/90" " " " 

1890/2 

1892/4 " " •• " 
1894/6 " " " ■• 

1896/8 •' 

1898/00" " " " 
1900/2 '• " " " 

no7i-serial 

1849. Keeping out of debt and meeting all obligations 
promptly cited as means of securing prosperity. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1849.) 

1849-1850. Review of causes leading up to creation of 
large state debt; formation of state with empty 
treasury and without intermediate process of terri- 
torial govt., immediate necessity for providing cur- 
rent funds at ruinous rates, transient and untax- 
able character of first immigration and adoption of 
cumbersome and expensive form of govt, as pro- 
vided by constitution, etc. {Same 1856: 3-6.) 

1849-1853. Revenue inadequate to meet demands on 
treasury. {Same 1856: 5.) 

1850. Majority and minority repts. of committee on 
res. re. public domain, mineral lands, custom 
houses, branch of U. S. mint, and certain moneys 
rightfully belonging to state of Cal. (Legisl. jol. 
1849/50: 802-817.) 

. Deficiency in revenue reviewed. (Govs. ann. 

mess. 1851.) 

. Review of defects in system of accounting betw. 

treasurer's and comptroller's offices, showing pos- 
sibility of controller's issuing unlimited amt. of 
warrants on treasury without evidence of same ap- 
pearing in any office but his own; and possibility 
of moneys being placed in treasury without being 
accounted for in controller's office, as result of 
operation of foreigti miners' tax act, and act creat- 
ing office of state assayer. (A.R. comptroller 1850.) 

1850-1852. Finances of state neglected and heavy lia- 
bilities, repeatedly contracted, beginning to grow 
burdensome. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 

1850-1855. Heavy expenses incurred by state as result 
of expensive and cumbersome system of govt, pro- 
vided for by constitution, (.s'awie 1856: 5.) 

1851. Rept. re. feasibility of securing reimbursement 
from U. S. of expenses of organizing Cal. govt. 
(Legisl. jol. 1851: 849-851.) 

. Practice of Incurring debt to meet ordinary ex- 
penses of govt, condemned, and reduction of ex- 
penditures with increase of taxation suggested as 
remedy for deficiency in revenue. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1851.) 

1852. Legisl. heretofore not successful in providing 
for wants and necessities of state. (Govs, special 
mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. General review of causes of unsatisfactory con- 
dition of state finances, with specific suggestions 
for improvement of same. {Same Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. $158,000 annually saved to state by retrenchment 

act of sess. of 1851, and further enactments urged 
along same lines. (Same Jan. 30, 1852.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

STATE COVERNMENT. 1849-date — cont'd 
non-serial — cont'd 

1852. Recommendation to repeal all laws authorizing 
any monej's to be paid into or drawn from state 
treasury except by warrant from comptroller in all 
cases. (A.R. state comptroller 1S51/2: 50.) 

. Suggestion for substitution of bienn. instead of 

ann. sess. of legisl. as matter of economy. {Same 
1S51/2: 42.) 

. Suggestion for apptmt. of committee to examine 

books of treasurer and comptroller, at early period 
sess. of Gen. Assem. (Same 1851/2: 50.) 

. Comments on legislative retrenchment. (Same 

1851/2: 41-42.) 

1853. Change necessary in financial policy to prevent 
destruction of state credit and further involving 
state interests. (Govs. ann. mess. 1S53.) 

. Introduction of bienn. instead of ann. sess. of 

legisl. urged as measure of economy. (Same 1853.) 

. General reduction of expenditures of govt, urged. 

(Same 1853.) 

. Review of injustice and impolicy of requirement 

for payment of state dues in gold and silver only, 
urging provision for making comptroller's war- 
rants tax receivable. (Same 1853.) 

. Recommendation re. repeal of all laws authoriz- 
ing receipt of any moneys, or redemptions, or 
drafts from treasury, without prtd. or written or 
warrant of controller. (A.R. state comptroller 
1852/3: 49.) 

1853/4-1855. General balance of treasurer of state in 
acct. with state. (A.R. state treasurer 1853/4 (pp. 
6-7)— sawie 1855/6.) 

1853/4-1857. Cash book. (Same 1853/4 (pp. 28-38) — 
same 1856/7.) 

1854. Bienn. sess. urged as measure of economy. 
(Govs, special mess. May 8, 1854.) 

. Treasurer's certificates of balance issued. (A.R. 

state treasurer 1853/4: 23.) 

. Recommendation that treasurer be required to 

rept. mo. to comptroller complete operations of 
treasury, specifying amts. reed., from what sources, 
amts. expended in redemption of bonds, warrants, 
coupons for interest, etc., and balance on band in 
treasury to credit of various funds. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1853/4: 34.) 

. Recommendation for apjirn. to meet any unex- 
pected or contingent expenses that may arise. 
(Same 1853/4: 33.) 

. Review of changes to be made in constitution as 

means of reducing expenses; with list of reduc- 
tions of expenditure to be effected. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1854: 13-15.) 

1854-1856. Trial balance. (A.R. state treasurer 1853/4 
(pp. 2()-2\)—same 1855/6.) 

1855. Communication of treasurer with reference to 
condition of treasury. 37 pp., 1 1. (App. to Assem. 
Jol. 6 sess. doc. 18.) 

. Communication from comptroller re. deficiencies 

from Feb. 1, 1854, to Feb. 1, 1855. 4 pp. (App. to 
Sen. jol. 6 sess. doc. 9.) 

. Reduction of expenditures necessary as precau- 
tionary measure agst. retarding state prosperity by 
continued excess of disbursements over receipts. 
(Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 6.) 

. Material prosperity of state greatly advanced 

during yr. (Same 1856: 7.) 

. Stmt, of assets and liabilities on Dec. 31. (Same 

1856: 11.) 

. Reduction of legislative expenses urged. (Same 

1855: 12.) 

■ Stmt, of sums to be saved to stale by itroposed 
constitutional amdrnts. for reduction of .salaries, 
limiting sess. to 90 days and making them blcnn. 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

ST.\TE GOVEHNMENT, 184n-date — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
and reducin.g cost of transportation of prisoners. 
(Same 1855: 11-12.) 

1856. Observance of rigid economy and abolition of all 
useless oflicers urged. (Govs, inaugural address 
1856.) 

. Review of constitutional provisions restricting 

expenditures, showing same to have been disre- 
garded in incurring existing state indebtedness. 
(Same 1856.) 

. Reduction of expenditures urged in various 

depts. of state. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 10.) 

. Bienn. sess. urged as saving $175,000 to state 

annually. (Same 1856: 10.) 

. Communication from comptroller, with stmt, of 

deficiencies for which no apprn. was made. (Assem. 
jol. 1856: 725.) 

— - — . Rept. of special committee re. proposed bill mak- 
ing apprns. for deficiencies, showing extrava.gance 
of various depts., especially in enormous expendi- 
ture through contingent funds, and fraudulent 
overcharges in state prtg. and furnishing state 
capitol. (Sen. jol. 1856: 426-428.) 

. Rept. re. failure to remove invalid laws from 

statute books, and inconvenience and expense 
forced upon citizens as result of same. (Sen. jol. 
1856: 223-225.) 

. Comptroller's stmt, of deficiencies accruing up to 

Feb. 1. (Same 1856: 201.) 

1856/7. Certificates of balance. (A.R. state treasurer 
1856/7: 18-19.) 

1857. Rept. of committee on public expenditures stat- 
ing amt. of money in state treasury. (Sen. jol. 
8 sess. pp. 149-150.) 

. Rept. on amt. of money in treasury .Tan. 24. 

(Assem. jol. 8 sess. p. 169.) 

. Rept. of committee on public expenditures and 

accts. on condition of public offices. (Same 8 sess. 
pp. 183-188.) 

. Stmt, showing deficiencies in apprns. to various 

offices. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 311.) 

. Ropt. on investigation of manner and mode in 

which provisions of act for better protection of 
state treasury has been carried out and obeyed and 
charges agst. controller of misdemeanor in office. 
(Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 200-208.) 

. Rept. on amt. of money in treasury .Ian. 31. 

(Same 8 sess. p. 219.) 

. Rept. of committee on accts. and expenditures 

on various claims of several depts. of govt, pre- 
sented to them for allowance, with stmt, of accts. 
allowed, 1855-1857. (Same 8 sess. pp. 831-834.) 

. Minority rept. of jt. committee to ascertain amt. 

of coin and treasure in treasury. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. 
pp. 117-119: Assem. jol. 131-132.) 

. Same; majority rept. (Sen. jol. 8 sess, pp. 119- 

120.) 

1859. Stmt, of rewards offered by gov. which have not 
been paid because of no specific apprn. being made 
therefor. (Assem. jol. 10 sess. pp. 143-144; Sen. 
jol. p. 127.) 

. Minority rept. of finance committee on act In 

provide revenue for support of govt, of state. (Sen. 
jol. 10 sess. pp. 409-419.) 

1862. Stmt, concerning the state finances by state 
treasurer. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 13 sess. fdoc. 17].) 

. Rept. of controller re. financial condition of 

state. 12 PI). (Same 13 sess. (doc. 16].) 

1863-1865. Detailed stmt, of U. S. notes in state treas- 
ury; receipts and expenditures. (Bienn. reiit. stale 
treasurer 1863/6: 29-;!0.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



10? 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

STATi: IIOVKKNMENT. 184n-date — confd 
non-serial — cont'd 
1863-1869. Stmt, of deficiencies for fiscal yr. (A.R. 
state controller 1862/3 (p. 103) — blenn. rept. sa»ie 
1867/9.) 
1863-1871. U. S. notes In state treasury; receipts and 
expenditures. (Bienn. rept. state treasury 1863/5 
(p. 28)— some 1869/71.) 

1864. Mess, of gov. on' financial condition of state. 11 
pp. (App. to jois. 15 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 

1865. Stmt, of acct. of eacli co. with state during fiscal 
yr. (A.R. state controller 1864/5: 50-73.) 

1867-1869. Stmt, of transactions in state stamps. 
(Bienn. rept. same 1865/7 (p. 160)— .same 1867/9.) 

1869. Recommendation tliat bd. of examiners be di- 
rected to adju.st balances on boolis of treasurer and 
controller, and ttiat treasurer be required to 
specify, in mo. rept. to controller, date, no., and 
arat. of warants redeemed by him. (,8aine 
1867/9: 9.) 

1872. List of vouchers delivered by controller to Jas. 
E. Hale and Thos. N. Nosier. 216 pp. 

Not soon : entry from liowtier. 

1873. Comments on retrenchment. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1S71/3: 22-23.) 

. Comments on stationery, fuel, and light; recom- 
mendation that law be so amended as to give bd. of 
examiners power to malie all purchases, advertis- 
ing for proposals, and awarding contract to lowest 
bidder. {Same 1871/3: 9.) 

. Stmt, of condition of consolidated balance sheet. 

(Same 1871/3: 150-151.) 

. Amt. of assets held by state .Tune 30. (Bienn. 

rept. state treasurer 1871/3: 31.) 

1877. Stmt, of deficiencies for 27th, 28th. and 29th 
fiscal yrs. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1875/7: 
133.) 

. Comments on retrenchment, and recommenda- 
tion that legist. maVte no apprns. except such as are 
absolutely necessary, and to reduce every apprn. 
to lowest possible limit. (Same 1875/7: 19.) 

1879-1894. State debt and Itind of money in treasury. 
June 30. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1877/9 (p. 
16)— some 1892/4.) 

1891. In reference to certain duties of auditors and 
tax collectors. Sept. 7; opinion 137 atty. gen. 
(Hart). 3 pp. 

Not seen ; nntry from Bowkor. 

. Rept. on Investigation of various comns. of state. 

(Assem. jol. 29 sess. pp. 585-586.) 

1893. Govs, mess.: deficiencies in excess of apprns. in 
state offices, exemption of treasurer's and control- 
ler's warrants from examination, etc. (Sen. jol. 
30 sess., pp. 542-543; Assem. jol. pp. 516-518.) 

1894/6. Stmt, showing amt. of cash in treasury, not 
credited to any fund, and not included in any pre- 
vious cash stmt. (Blenn. rept. state treasurer 
1894/6: 17.) 

1895. Stmts, showing financial condition of state. 
(Sen. jol. 31 sess. pp. 1166-1168.) 

1896. Stmt, showing cash on hand, being money in 
treasury vault at close of business, June 30. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1894/0: 12.) 

1896-1904. Stmt, showing cash balance in state treas- 
ury at close of business, June 30. (Same 1894/6 
(p. 11)— same 1902/4.) 

1897. Govs. mess. re. his inability to approve any bill 
for further apprns. on acct. of heavy taxes imposed 
on people of state. (Sen. jol. 32 sess. pp. 1247-1248.) 

1898/00. Stmt, showing amt. of cash in treasury, not 
covered into any fund and not included in any pre- 
vious cash stmt. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1898/00: 12.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

.slwrK i;i)VIOIt.\Mi:NT. 1849-dnte — cont'd 
nun-serial — cont'd 
1899. Govs. mess. re. condition of state finances. 

(Assem. jol. 33 sess. pp. 840-841.) 
1900-1904. Stmt, showing liinds of money on liand. in 
treasury vault. June 30. (Bienn. rept. state treas- 
urer 1898/00 (p. 9)— same 1902/4.) 
Appropriations 

1850-1852. Tabular stmt, showing separately whole 
amt. of each apprn. of money made by law. amt. 
paid under same, and balance remaining unex- 
pended. June 30. (A.R. state comptroller 1849/50 
(p. 533)— same 1851/2.) 
rn;;iii;; from ("olloctod duos. 

1854. Veto of act maliing apprns. to meet civil expen- 
ditures of state. 1854-1855. (Sen. jol. 1854: 562.) 

1855. Rept. of secy, of state re. apprns. of present sess., 
with stmt, of same for deficiencies of 1854 and for 
1855 resp. (Same 1855: 858-863.) 

1856. Exhibit of all apprns. made by acta of 1856. 
(Same 1856: 874-876.) 

1857. Veto of act mailing apprns. to defray civil ex- 
penses of govt, from Feb. 1 to June 30, 1857. (Same 
8 sess. pp. 430-431.) 

1859-1862. Stmt, showing apprns. made. (A.R. state 
treasurer 1861/2: 16.) 

1863. Recommendation that Assem. committee of ways 
and means and Sen. finance committee keep accu- 
rate acct. of all apprns. made by legisl. so that in 
preparing revenue bills, the means provided and 
apprns. will agree in amt. (A.R. state controller 
1862/3: 11-12.) 

1881. Veto of act making apprns. to pay expenses of 
extra sess. (Sen. jol. 24 sess. pp. 560-561.) 

1887. Rept. of select committee re. alleged errors in 
engrossment of general apprn, bill finding that 
they are unable to determine cause of errors. 4 pp. 
(App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8 doc. [18].) 

1889. Stmt, of moneys appropriated. 8 pp. 

1891. Stmt, of bills involving apprns. (Assem. jol. 29 
sess. pp. 335-336.) 

1893. Rept. on amt. of apprns. recommended. (Same 
30 sess. pp. 662-663.) 

1893-1899. Amt. of general and special apprn. bills. 

(Blue book 1899: 213.) 
1895. Stmt, of apprn. bills passed. (Sen. jol. 31 sess. 

pp. 338-340.) 
1897-1899. List of special apprn. bills approved. (Blue 

book 1899: 210-212.) 
. List of special apprn. bills vetoed and pocketed. 

(Same 1899: 208-209.) 
Auditor 

1858. Auditor's estimate of apprn. needed for con- 
tingencies of his office. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 310.) 

Board of Examiners 

1887/8-1890. Recommendation for creation of state bd. 
of examiners, whose duty it shall be to audit all 
claims agst. state, and to inaugurate thorough busi- 
ness system throughout all depts. of state govt, 
and compel its introduction and personally investi- 
gate all expenditures of state's money, for what- 
ever purpose appropriated. (A.R. bd. examiners 
dated 1889 (pp. 38-39)— some 1888/90.) 

1892. Recommendation that law be so amended that 
secy, of bd. bo made an ex-officio memt)er of bd. 
with power to act only in absence from state capi- 
tol of two of other members. (Same dated 1893: 
44.) 

1894. Recommendation that name " Bd. of Examiners " 
be changed to " State Bd. of Auditors." (Same 
dated 1895: 62.) 

1895. Recommendation that legisl. make some pro- 
visions for expert to state bd. of examiners. (8am.e 
dated 1897: 23-24.) 



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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Board of Examiners — cont'd 

1900. Recommendation for adequate apprn. for neces- 
sary permanent clerical force of office, and travel- 
ing expenses of bd. and its expert. {Same dated 
1901: 11.) 
Expenditures; see below, that title 
Reports; see Debt: State 

Controller's OfiSce 

See also below, Treasurer's OfBce. 

1S58. Comptroller's estimate of apprn. needed for con- 
tingencies of his ofiBce. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 311.) 

1865. Letter of controller re. charges agst. himself and 
revenue officers of Trinity Co. (Same 16 sess. p. 
79; Assem. jol. p. 107.) 

1885. Majority rept. recommending that act providing 
money for contingent expenses of controller do not 
pass. (Assem. jol. 26 sess. pp. 254-255.) 

. Same; minority rept. {Same 26 sess. pp. 211- 

212.) 

1886. Recommendation for two additional clerks for 
controller's office and that ?1000 per yr. be appro- 
priated for traveling expenses. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1884/6: 38.) 

1894. Recommendation for sufficient apprn. to refit 
controller's office with modern and fire-proof cases, 
book-racks, etc. (Sa>ne 1892/4: 33-34.) 
Expenditures; see below, that title 
Estimates 

1849/50-1871. Estimate of receipts and expenditures 
for ensuing yr., with comments. (A.R. state comp- 
troller 1849/50 (pp. 525-530) — bienn. rept. same 
1869/71.) 

TaglnE from Collected docs. 

1854-1855. Estimated contingent expenses of treasury 
dept. (controller and treasurer) Feb. 1, 1854, to 
Feb, 1, 1855, for payment of which no provision 
has been made; made pursuant to Sen. res. adopted 
Jan. 10, 1853. (Sen. jol. 1855: 103-104.) 

1873. Comments on estimate of expenditures, and sug- 
gestion that committee on apprns. keep acct. of 
amts. required by different apprn. hills as they are 
approved: by adding anit. to estimate for general 
apprn. bill total sum to be raised and rate of 
taxation ran be ascertained at any time during 
sess. (Bienn. rept state controller 1871/3: 21.) 

1873-1904. Stmt, giving estimate of expenditures for 
ensuing vr. (Same 1871/3 (pp. 200-203)— same 
1902/4.) 
Expenditures 

Sec also below. Revenue and Expenditures. 

1849/50. Stmt, showing amt. of warrants unredeemed, 
June 30, and comments on same. (A.R. state comp- 
troller 1849/50: 523-525.) 
raping from Collected docs. 

1849/50-1861/2. Classified stmt, of expenditures from 
treasury. (Same 1861/2: 52-56.) 

. Misc. expenditures. (Same 1849/50 (p. 522) — 

same 1861/2.) 

PnKlnK from Collected docs. 

1850. Table of controller's warrants drawn on treas- 
urer July 1 to Dec. 13, and amt. uncondemned Dec. 
15. fSuppl. rept. comptroller 1850.) 

. Rept. of comptroller on classified expenditures to 

Apr. 15 (from Jan. 1?), with estimated expendi- 
tures Apr. 15 to Dec. 31. (Leglsl. jol. 1849/50: 
1174-1179.) 

1850-1851. Comptroller's stmt, of amt. of warrants 
drawn on treasurer Dec. 15 to March 18. (Same 
1851: 720.) 

1850-1852. Rei)t. re. contingent cxpcnseH of stale ofll- 
cers, reviewing legi.slallon re. contingent cxpen.toH 
and urging greater restriction of same, with stmts, 
and ace. docs. (Assetn. jol. 1852: 470-477.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 

1S50-1S53. Stmt, of ann. expenses of each of three 
depts. of state govt. (App. to govs. ann. mess. 
1854: 34.) 
1850-1857. Cumulative comparative table of expendi- 
tures of treasury. (A.R. state comptroller 1853/4 
(p. 12)— same 1856/7.) 

1851. Suggestion to make comptroller's warrant re- 
ceivable in payment of all state dues. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1851.) 

. Comptroller's stmt, of warrants drawn on treas- 
ury for contingent expenses of comptroller, secy, of 
state, treasurer, surveyor gen., and atty. gen., resp., 
up to Jan. 18. (Legist, jol. 1851: 962-965.) 

1851/2-1852/3. Itemized stmt, of payments out of state 
treasury. (A.R. state treasurer 1851/2 (pp. 5-6) — 
same 1852/3.) 

1852. Suggestion to make comptroller's warrants re- 
ceivable for state dues, as measure for increasing 
state revenue. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1852-1853. Stmt, of apprns. for special objects, uncon- 
nected with administration of govt. (App. to govs, 
ann. mess. 1854: 33.) 

1854-1855. Treasurer's stmt. re. amt. of comptroller's 
warrants outstanding Feb. 1, 1855, and amt. re- 
deemed Dec. 20, 1854 to Feb. 1, 1855. (Sen. jol. 
1855: 242.) 

. Stmt, of civil expenditures accruing Feb. 1, 1854, 

Feb. 1, 1855, for payment of which no provision 
made. (Same 1855: 155.) 

1854-1856. Warrants drawn from July 1 to Dec. 20. 
(A.R. state comptroller 1853/4 (p. 30) — same 
1855/6.) 

. Stmt, of Comptroller's warrants, showing amt. is- 
sued and outstanding and reedemed at state treas- 
ury. (Same 1853/4 (p. 27)— same 1855/6.) 

1854-1861. Tabular stmt, of amt. of each apprn. made 
by law, amt. audited under same, and balance unex- 
pended at close of yr. June 30. (Same 1853/4 (pp. 
13-15)— snme 1860/1.) 

1855. Stmt, of disbursements on acct. of deficiencies of 
previous yr. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 11.) 

1855-1856. Treasurer's communication, with stmt, of 
controller's warrants issued, redeemed and out- 
standing 1855, and outstanding Feb. 15, 1856 (show- 
ing amt. of same issued for state prison). (Assem. 
jol. 1856: 355.) 

1855/6. Tabular stmt, of expenditures out of state 
treasury for yr. (A.R. state treasurer 1855/6 n. p.) 

1858-1862. Stmt, of amt. of warrants issued. (A.R. 
state controller 1857/8 (p. 31)— same 1861/2.) 

1858/9-1884. Tabular stmt, of expenditures of state 
treasury. (A.R. slate treasurer 1858/9 (foldg. 
sheet) — bienn. rept. same 1882/4.) 

1861. Reply of atty. gen. to request of controller for 
advice re. drawing of warrants demanded by state 
capitol comrs. for purpose of settling with late con- 
tractor; as remedy for evil suggested therein, pas- 
sage of act recommended, providing that control- 
ler shall not draw his warrant for payment of any 
money out of any apprn. made by law until money 
for same is in state treasury; also recommended 
that special fiiiiil for iiayniont of current expenses 
of govt, be created, and that treasurer be required 
to set apart, each mo., siifriclent sum. If same be In 
treasury, to meet demands \ipon that fund, before 
paving anv other claims, (A.H. atty. gen. 1861: 
10-12.) 

. List of warrants destroyed. (Sen. Jol. 12 sess. 

pp. 852-853; Assem. jol. pp. 895-897.) 

1865-1904. Stmt, showing nmt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law. nmt. exix-nded \inder 
each, and balniu'e uin>xpended of executive dept. 
which Included govs, offlco, secy, of state, control- 



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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 

ler, treasurer, supt. public Instruction, surveyor 
gen., register of state land, atty. gen., adj. gen. 
(A.R. state controller 1864/5 (pp. 34-38)— some 
1902/4.) 

. Recapitulation giving aggregate amt. ot expendi- 
tures. [Hame 1864/5 (p. 48)— A-awe 1902/4.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 

each apprn. made by law. amt. ex|)ended under 
each, and balance unexpended for misc. purposes. 
{.Same 1864/5 (p. 45)— snwe 1902/4.) 

18C7. Recommendation that act be passed directing 
cancellation of any warrant that remains uncalled 
tor In controller's office for over yr. after Issued. 
(Same 1865/7: 9.) 

1869-1873. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for expenses for 
compilation of laws. (Satne 1867/9 (p. 63) — same 
1871/3.) 

1871. Recommendation that law be enacted directing 
registration and cancellation of all warrants which 
remain uncalled for one yr. from date of issue, and 
that bd. of examiners be authorized to adjust bal- 
ances on books of treasurer and controller, and that 
treasurer be required to specify, in his mo. rept. to 
controller, no., date, and amt. of all warrants re- 
deemed by him and fund out of which same are 
paid. (Satne 18G9/71: 15-16.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 

each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for restitution of 
moneys. (.Same 1869/71: 72.) 

. Same; for sale of legal tender notes. (Same 

1869/71: 58.) 

1882-1884. Same; for stationery, fuel, lights, etc. 
(Same 1880/2 (p. 67)— same 1882/4.) 

1882-1896. Same; for official advertising. (Same 
1880/2 (pp. 67-68)— some 1894/6.) 

1882-1904. Same; for rewards. (Same 1880/2 (p. 67) 
—same 1902/4.) 

1885-1904. List of warrants canceled, to whom issued, 
and date of issue when canceled, fund, and amt. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1886/8 (p. 31) — sam,e 
1902/4.) 

1886. Comments on hotel and traveling expenses; rec- 
ommendation for placing limit upon amt. to be ex- 
pended per day for hotel expenses subject to pay- 
ment by state. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1884/6: 33.) 

1887-1899. Tabular stmt, of exhaustions of gen. fund 
and transfers of money. (Assem. jol. 33 sess. pp. 
29-31.) 

1889. Rept. on investigation of expenditures of public 
moneys. (Same 28 sess. pp. 980-981.) 

1892-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for transfer acct. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1890/2 (p. 69)— some 
1902/4.) 

1893/5-1895/7. Table comparing increase of state ex- 
penditures. (Blue book 1895: 83.) 

. Same; decrease. (Same 1895: 83.) 

1894/6. Stmt, showing payments out of state treas- 
ury. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1894/6: 22-32.) 

1896-1898. Stmt, showing amt. of state warrants re- 
maining unpaid and outstanding at close of busi- 
ness, June 30. (Same 1894/6 (p. 14)— some 
1896/8.) 

1896-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for code comrs. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1894/6 (p. 65)— some 
1902/4.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 

1900-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. ot 
each apprn. made by law, amt. of expenses under 
each, and balance. (Same 1898/00 (p. 88) — same 
1902/4.) 
. Stmt, showing amt. of state controller's war- 
rants remaining outstanding and unpaid at close 
of business ,Tune 30. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1898/00 (p. 12)— some 1902/4.) 
AuRKUi/ri'RAL Societies; see that title 
AaiiK dltuke; see that title 
AsYLu.Ms; see Maintenance: State 

Attou.ney Genebal's Office; see Administbation op Jus- 
tice. Receipts, etc. 
Blind; see Maintenance: State 
BoAKi> of Examiners 

1891/2-1904. Financial stmt, of expenses ot state bd. of 
examiners and expert. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 
1893 (p. 45)— some 1902/4.) 
1904. Stmt, showing amt. ot expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended by state bd. of examiners. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1902/4: 00-61.) 
Bounty 

Agriculture ; see that title. 
Animal ; sefi Bounty. 
Bridges; see that title 

Building and Loan Associations; see that title 
Bureau of Labor Statistics; see Labor 
California Labor Exchange; see Labor. Expenditures 
Capitol; see Public Buildings and Grounds: State 
Charities and Corrections; see Maintenance: State 
Citrus Fairs; see Agriculture. Receipts, etc. 
Controller's Office 

1858. Stmt, of warrants drawn upon contingent fund 
of controller's office from Oct. 10, 1858, to Jan. 1^ 
1859. (Assem. jol. 10 sess. p. 86; Sen. jol. pp. 87.) 
1875. Stmt, showing manner in which apprn. tor con- 
tingent expenses in controller's office was expended 
by J. J. Green (controller), July 1 to Dec. 6. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1875/7: 22.) 
1875/7. Same; for contingent expenses in office ot con- 
troller was expended from Dec. 6, 1875, to June 
30, 1877, incl. (Same 1875/7: 21.) 

. Same; for postage and expressage. (Same 

1875/7: 20-21.) 
. Same; for prtg. and engraving controller's war- 
rants. (Same 1875/7: 22.) 
1877-1904. Stmt, showing in detail the manner in 
which apprns. in controller's office were expended. 
(Same 1877/9 (pp. 14-16)— same 1902/4.) 
1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for controller. 
(Same 1880/2 (p. 57)— same 1902/4.) 
Corrections and Charities; see Maintenance: State 
Dairy Bureau; see Industbies, etc. Daisy 
Docks; see Wharves and Docks 
Drainage; see River Conservancy 
Education; see that title 
Elections 

1849. Rept. re. advisability of paying claims for Nov. 
election expenses, as being authorized by power 
other than state, with review of proclamation of 
Gov. Riley, Aug. 3, recommending formation ot 
state and authorizing incurrence of expenses of 
same. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 976-979.) 
1886. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. ot 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for presidential elec- 
tors. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1884/6: 62.) 
Employment Bureau; see Labor. Expenditures 
Engineer; see Public Works: State 



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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Equalization Board; see Taxation: State. Expendi- 

TCBES 

Escheats; see Land 

Estates of Deceased Pebsons; see Land. Escheats 

Executive Mansion; see Public Buildings and Grounds: 

State 
Fees; see that title 

Fish Commission; see Fish and Game 
FoLSOM State Prison; see Maintenance: State Indrid- 

UAL Institutions 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Game; see Fish and Game. Receipts, etc. 
General Fund 

1851/2-1861. Itemized stmt, of general fund payments 
for yr. (A.R. state treasurer 1851/2 (pp. 9-11) — 
same 1860/1.) 
1864/5-1869. Misc. apprns. paid from general fund. 
(Bienn. rept. same 1863/5 (p. 32)— same 1867/9.) 
Geological Survey; see Natural Resources. Geology 
Go^'ernor; see that title 
Harbors; see that title 
Health Board: see Public Health 
High Schools; see Education. Expenditures 
Horticulture; see Agriculture. Receipts, etc. 
Indian Hostilities; see War Expenditures 
Insane; see Maintenance: State 
Insurance; see that title 
Judicial Department; see Administration of Justice. 

Receipts, etc. 
Labor; see that title 
Legislatibe 

1849/50-1862. Expenditures of legislative dept. (A.K. 
state comptroller 1849/50 (p. 521)— same 1861/2.) 
I'aginK from Collected docs. 
1850-1853. Tabular stmt, showing ann. legislative ex- 
penditures. (Same 1852/3: 42-43.) 
1852-1853. Legislative expenditures enormous: reduc- 
tion urged. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 15.) 
1855. Legislative expenses for clerical service alone 

over $100,000. (Same 1856: 10.) 
1865-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, anit. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended of legislative dept. 
(Bienn. rept. controller 1804/5 (p. 38)— some 
1902/4.) 
1871/2-1875/6. Comparative stmt, of contingent ex- 
penses of legisl. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 5 
unnum. doc.) 
1873. Comments on contingent expenses of legisl.; 
also recommendation that incoming members of 
legisl. observe more closely strict incoming rules. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1871/3: 8-9.) 
1873-1884. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Sen. and 
Assem. (Same 1871/3 (pp. 188-197)— same 1882/4.) 
1888. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for extra sess. of 
legisl. (.Same 1886/8: 46.) 
1896. Rept. on various expenditures of legisl. (Sen. 
jol. 32 8888. pp. 121-130.) 

ASSEMBLY 
1850. Tabular stmt, showing Assem. contingent fund. 
(A.R. state comptroller 1849/50: 539.) 
I'liKinK from Collected docH. 

1859. Stmts, of arcts. for sundry expenses of House. 
(Assem. jol. 10 sess. pp. 153; 220; 299; 340; 400; 
422; 446; 452; 503; 529; 568; G91; 713; 730-731.) 

1860. StmtB, of various accts. to be paid out of con- 
tingent fund of Assem. (Same 11 soss. pp. 209; 
276; 282; 413; 515; 585; 030; 660; 091: 702.) 

1871/21875/6. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Assem 
for Feb.. also stmt, for Dec, Jan., and Feb. (Same 
21 8C88. pp. 428-431.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Legislature — cont'd 

ASSEMBLY — cont'd 
. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Assem. for en- 
tire sess.; also stmt, of amt. paid for stationery 
furnished members, etc. {Same 21 sess. pp. 696- 
698.) 
1871/2-1877/8. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Assem. 

(Same 22 sess. p. 304.) 
1876. Repts. of special committee on contingent ex- 
penses of Assem. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 21 sess. t. 5 
unnum. doc.) 
1877/8. Stmt, of amts. paid for Assem. stationery and 
contingencies. (Assem. jol. 22 sess. pp. 822-825.) 
LEGISLATIVE FUND 
1863. Stmt, of condition of legislative fund. (A.R. 

state controller 1862/3: 86-87.) 
1864/5-1869. Legislative fund, receipts and payments. 
(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1863/5 (p. 19)— same 
1867/9.) 

MILEAGE 
MlIeaKC of committees to visit asylums, prisons, etc., 
entered under Maintenance : State. Expenditures. 

serial 
1857-1901. Rept. on mileage due each member of House. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 



1857 


in Assem. jols. 8 sess. 132-134. 


lS.=i8 


•• " 9 " 91-93. 


is.'jn 


" 10 " 86-88. 


1S60 


11 " 24-25. 


1861 


12 " 156-1.'>7. 


18G2 


13 " 116-118. 


1863 


14 " 80-81. 


1864 


not found. 


1865 


in Assem. Jols. 16 sess. 43-44. 


1867 


•• 17 " 109-110. 


1869 


18 " 97-99. 


1871 


19 " 141-142. 


1873 


20 " 232-234. 


1875 


" 21 " 68-69. 


1877 


' 22 " 115-116. 


187!) 


not found. 


1881 


in Assem. Jols. 24 sess. 43-44 ; 496-497 


1883 


not found. 


1884 


In Assem. Jols. 25 sess. 24. 


1885 


" 26 •■ 66-67. 


1886 


" 26 extra sess. 7-8 95 


1887 


27 sess. 62-63. 


1889 


28 •' 35-:W. 


1891 


•' 29 " 100-101. 


1893-1895 not found. 


1897 


In Assem. Jols. 32 sess. 54-56. 


1899 


33 " 69-60. 


1901 


" 34 " 47-48. 


1857-1895. Rept. on mileage due each Senator. 


In Collected docs, as follows : 


1S57 


in Sen. Jols. 8 sess. 100-101. 


l.s.'-iS 


9 •• 83-84. 


1859 


10 " 101. 


18(10 


not found. 


1861 


In Sen. Jols. 12 sess. 21. 


1862 


13 •■ 93-94. 


1863 


14 '■ 72-73. 


1864 


not found. 


ISO.') 


In Sen, Jols. 16 sess. 29-30. 


1867 


17 " 113-114. 


1.S(I9 


1871 not found. 


18-:! 


in .Sen. Jols. 20 .sess. 171-172. 



187.% 
1877 
1880 
1881 



not found. 



23 



00. 
40. 
05. 



1883 in Son. Jols. 25 sess. 34. 



1884 
1885 
18.S(i 
1887 
1889 
1891 
1893 
181)5 



25 '• 27-28. 

26 •■ 130. 

26 extra sess. 27. 
7 sess. 25. 



28 
20 
30 
31 



73-74. 
22-23. 
18-19. 
48-49. 



iion-xcrial 

1855. Veto of act roqulrlng payment of iier diera and 

mileage of members of legisl. (o nmt. of $1000 each, 

as calling for more money than Is In treasury, with 

suggcBtlon to fund civil warrants outstanding, and 



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111 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Ltxiisi.ATiRE — cont'd 

iiOH-A'crinZ— cont'd 
to require controller's warrants to be registered 
and paid in order of registry; with stmt, of aggre- 
gate general fund and special funds, resp.. In treas- 
ury. (Sen. Jol. 1S55: 215-217.) 

1859. Stmt, of amt. of mileage due special committee 
to visit S. F. (Assem. jol. 10 sess. p. 435.) 

1868. Rept. of Sen. committee re. additional allow- 
ances. 4 pp. (App. to Jols. 17 sess. v. 2 | doc. 291.) 

1881. Rept. on amt. of mileage due committee on irri- 
gation, water rights, drainage, and mining debris. 
(Sen. jol. 24 sess. pp. 179-180.) 

SENATE) 
1849/50. Stmts, of operations of special contingent 

fund of Sen. (A.R. state treasurer 1849/50: 555- 

557.) 

Paging from Collected docs. 
1850-1851. Tabular stmt, showing condition of Sen. 

contingent fund. (A.R. state comptroller 1849/50 

(p. 539)— same 1850/1.) 
raging from Colleoted docs. 
1858. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Sen. (Sen. jol. 

9 sess. p. 118.) 
. Stmt, of accts. to be paid out of contingent fund. 

(Same 9 sess. pp. 301; 4G6; 637.) 
. Stmt, of amts. due from Sen. contingent fund. 

{Sayne 9 sess. p. 206.) 

1860. Stmts, of amts. paid out of Sen. contingent fund. 
(Same 11 sess. pp. 235; 262; 278; 302; 409; 511; 
565; 654; 741; 816-817.) 

1871/2-1875/6. Stmt, of amt. expended for Sen. station- 
ery to Mch. 31. (Same 21 sess. pp. 618-619.) 

. Same; to Mch. 1. (Same 21 sess. pp. 368-369.) 

. Stmt, of contingent expenses of Sen. (Same 21 

377-378.) 

of amts. expended for stationery from 
of sess. to Dec. 22. (Same 21 sess. pp. 



sess. pp. 
-. Stmt. 

opening 

96-98.) 
-. Stmt. 

Jan. 31. 
-. Stmt. 



of amts. expended for Sen. stationery to 
(Same 21 sess. pp. 210-211.) 
of contingent expenses of Sen. for Mch. 
(Same 21 sess. pp. 622-624.) 

Stmt, for 1871/2 Is for April also. 
1886. Rept. of Sen. committee on attaches, contingent 
expenses and mileage, on amts, due officers of Sen. 
(Sen. jol. extra sess. 1886: 59, 83-84.) 
SEROEAXT-AT-ARSIS 
1850. Stmt, of acct. of sergeant-at-arms to Apr. 3. 

(Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 1227.) 
1856. Rept. of sergeant-at-arms, with stmt, of expenses 
for forwarding mail, docs., etc., of Assem. from 
Jan. 7-26. in response to res. of 7 sess. (Assem. jol. 
1856: 197-198.) 
Leprosy; see Public He.^i.tii. Expenditures 
Maintenance; see that title 
Mabysvili.e Reform School; see Maintenance: State 

Individual Institution.s 
Mineral Cabinet; see Natural Resources. Museums 
Mining Bitieau; see Nati'ral Resources. Mineral 
Normal Schools; see Education. Expenditures 
Orphans and Abandoned Children; see Maintenance: 

Private 
Pacitic Railroad; see Railroads: I.VDrviDUAL 
Poor; see Maintenance: State 
Preston School of Industry; see Maintenance: State 

Individual Institutions 
Prisons; see Maintenance: State 
Public Aid: see that title 
Public Buildings; see Public ButLDiNos and Grounds: 

State 
PuBuc Pbintinq; see that title 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Puiii.U' WoHK.s; see that title 
Raii.uoai) Co.mmi.ssion; see Railroads 
Reliek Pnti'osEs; see Public Aid 
Roads; see that title 

San Quentin State Prison; see Maintenance: State In- 
dividual Institutions 
Schools; see Education. Expenditures 
SEcitETAitY of State 

1855. Exhibit of contingent expenses of office of secy, 
of state Feb. 1 to Nov. 5, as required by act of Apr. 
27, 1855, making apprns. (Assem. jol. 1856: 164.) 
Secy, of State resigned Nov. .'J. 

. Stmt, of secy, of state re. contingent expenses 

Feb. 1 to Nov. 5, pursuant to act passed Apr. 27, 
1855. (Sen. jol. 1856: 157-158.) 
1857. Copy of accts. paid from contingent fund of secy. 

of state. (Same 9 sess. p. 94.) 
1859. Stmt, of accts. paid out of apprn. for contingent 
expenses of secy, of state. (Same 11 sess. pp. 31- 
32.) 
1861-1862. Stmt, of expenses of secy, of state's office. 

(A.R. state treasurer 1861/2: 15.) 
1862-1890. Amt. disbursed by office, out of apprn. for 
stationery, lights, fuel, etc., to several offices and 
depts. (A.R. secy, state 1862 (p. 5) — same 
1888/90.) 
1871-1888. Fund for contingent expenses. (Bienn. 

rept. same 1870/1 (p. l)—same 1886/8.) 
1875-1884. Comparative stmt, showing difference in ex- 
penses and receipts. (Same 1877/9 (p. 11) — same 
1882/4.) 
1882. Stmt, of receipts and disbursements. (Same 

1880/2: 3.) 
1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for secy, of state. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 57) — 
same 1902/4.) 
1891. Secy's, rept. re. condition of different funds of 

his dept. (Sen. jol. 29 sess. p. 167.) 
1892-1904. Financial stmts. (Bienn. rept. state dept. 

1890/2 (pp. 15-17)— same 1902/4.) 
1896. Stmt, of apprns. and expenditures. (Same 
1894/6: 9-10.) 
Seed and Plant Distribution; see Agriculture. Re- 
ceipts, etc. 
Silk Culture; see Industries, etc. Silk Culture 
State Library; see Libraries 

State Veterinarian; see Agriculture. Receipts, etc. 
Si'PREME Court Library; see Libraries 
Swamp Land; see Land: State 
Taxation; see Taxation: State 

Telegraph; see Telegraph and Telephone Companies 
Treasurer's Office 

1857. Rept. of accts. and expenditures committee re. 
state treasury office. 9 pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 
8 sess. doc. 19.) 

1858. Stmt, of acct. of treasurer for amts. paid for 
contingent expenses of his office during yr. (Sen. 
jol. 10 sess. pp. 107-110.) 

. Stmt, of amt. of contingents required for treas- 
urer's office. (.Same 9 sess. p. 303.) 

1859. Stmt, of contingent expenses of treasurer's 
office. (Same 11 sess. pp. 144-145.) 

1877/9-1898. Stmt, showing how apprns. for postage 
and expressage were expended. (Bienn. rept. state 
treasurer 1877/9 (p. 18)— sarne 1896/8.) 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for treasurer. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (pp. 57-58) — 
same 1902/4.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Teeasubeb's Office — cont'd 
1898/00-1904. Stmt, showing detail of expenditures of 
treasurer's contingent fund. (A. R. state treas- 
urer 1898/00 (pp. 82-83)— bienn. rept. some 1902/4.) 
United States Steamship " Mabiox " 

1900. Expenditures on acct. U. S. S. " Marion." (Bienn. 
rept. adj. gen. 1898/00: 31.) 
Veteraxs' Home of Califobxia; see Maintenance: State 

Individual Institutions 
Vigilance Committee; see Riots, etc. 
VmcuLTURAL Boabd; see Agbicultuee. Expenditubes, 

ETC. 

Was Expenditubes ; see that title 

Whaeves; see Whabves and Docks 

Whittieb Refobm School; see Maintenance: State In- 

viDUAL Institutions 
YosEMiTE Valley; see Pabks: State 
Fiscal Year 

1853. Change of fiscal yr. urged to begin Dec. 15 in- 
stead of July 1. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 
Funds 

1849/50-1850/1. Recapitulation of balances to credit of 
different funds. (A.R. state treasurer 1849/50 (pp. 
556, 558)— same 1850/1.) 
Paging from Collected docs. 
1855-1863. Stmt, of different funds. (A.R. state comp- 
troller 1854/5 (p. 24)— sa»«e 1862/3.) 
1856/7-1861. Copies of comptroller's orders to transfer 
funds. (A.R. state treasurer 1856/7 (pp. 39-41, 53) 
—same 1860/1.) 

1862. Veto of act to transfer certain funds. (Sen. 
jol. 13 sess. pp. 355-358.) 

1863. Same. (Same 15 sess. p. 110.) 

1864. Stmt, showing balances in all funds and total 
balance in state treasury, July 1. (A.R. state 
treasurer 1863/4: 7.) 

1865-1869. Suppl. stmt, showing balance in all funds, 
and amt. total in state treasury, Oct. 31. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1864/5 (p. 35) — same 1867/9.) 

1865-1884. Recapitulation showing balances in all 
funds, and total balance in state treasury, June 30. 
(Bienn. rept. same 1863/5 (p. 27)— some 1882/4.) 

1867-1871. Same; Nov. 4. (Bienn. rept. state control- 
ler 1865/7 (pp. 168-169)— some 1869/71.) 

1873. Stmt, of errors discovered in adjusting balances 
of several funds, under act of Feb. 20, 1872. (Same 
1871/3: 206-217.) 

1879-1880. Stmt, showing balances in several funds, 
amt. of warrants outstanding, and balances in state 
treasury, June 30. (Same 1877/9 (p. 74) — same 
1879/80.) 

1882. Stmt, of controller's ledger balance of several 
funds, amt. of warrants outstanding, and balances, 
aggregate of which show total amt. of money in 
state treasury at close of yr., June 30. (Same 
1880/2: 8.) 

1882-1904. Review of condition of principal funds. 
(Same 1880/2 (pp. 10-20)— some 1902/4.) 

1884-1892. Ann. stmt, of state controller, showing con- 
dition of several funds. In the aggregate. (Same 
1882/4 (pp. 75-76)- some 1890/2.) 

1884-1904. Comparative exhibit showing controller's 
ledger balances of several funds, amt. of outstand- 
ing warrants and balances, the aggregate of whiib 
show total amt. of money In treasury at close of 
fiscal yrs. endg. June 30; also excess of money In 
treasury at close of yr. (Same 1882/4 (p. 8) — 
same 1902/4.) 

1884/6-1902. Stmt, showing reccli)tH, payments, and 
tranHactlon In each fund during yr. (Bienn. rept. 
state treasurer 1884/6 (p. 7)— some 1900/2.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

Funds — cont'd 

1890/2. Recommendation for act permitting and re- 
quiring surplus funds in treasury to be loaned. 
(Same 1890/2: 6-7.) 

AoNEws State Hospital; see Maintenance: State Indi- 
vmuAL Institutions 

Assembly Contingent Fund; see above, Expenditubes. 
Leoislatube 

Bank Commissionebs' Fund; see Banks 

Building and Loan Inspection Fund; see Building and 
Loan Associations 

Capitol Funds; see P'ublic Buildinqs and Gbounds: 
State 

Chinese Fund; see Population. Receipts and Expendi- 
tures 

Civil Fund; see above, Finance: State. Military Gov- 

EBNMENT 

Condemnation Funds 

1877/9-1884. Receipts and payments on condemnation 
fund. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1877/9 (p. 12) 
—savie 1882/4.) 
1879-1886. Stmt, of condition of condemnation fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1877/9 (p. 67) — same 
1884/6.) 
1904. Stmt, of condition of San Luis Obispo condemna- 
tion fund. (Same 1902/4: 118.) 
Contingent Funds 

Special continsent funds are entered under specific 
headings, as gov's, contingent fund under Governor, 
etc. 
1850/1. Stmt, of operations of special contingent fund 
of state. (A.R. state treasurer 1850/1: 514.) 
I'agin^ from Collected docs. 
1862. Stmt, of payments from contingent fund. (Same 

1861/2: 39.) 
1900. Comments on emergency funds, and recommen- 
dation that state should make some provision for 
erection of new bidgs. in case state institutions are 
destroyed by fire; same suggestion will apply to 
National Guard. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1898/00: 24-25.) 
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Asylum Contingent Fund; see 

Maintenance: State Individual Institutions 
Deposit Funds 

Banks ; see Banlis : Receipts, etc. 
Dissolved Savings Bank Fund; see Banks. Savings 

Bank Fund 
Drainage Constbi'ction Fund; see River Conservancy 
Election Reward Fund 

1871/3-1884. Election reward fund; receipts and pay- 
ments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1871/3 (p. 22) 
—same 1882/4.) 
1873-1894. Stmt, of condition of election reward fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1871/3 (pp. 148-149) 
—same 1892/4.) 
Estates of Deceaskd Persons FHjnd; see Land. Escheats 
Federal Tax Fund; see below, Revenue. Federal Gov- 
ernment 
Fish Commissioners' Fund; see Fish and Game. Re- 
ceipts, etc. 
Poi.BoM Branch Prison Fund; see Maintenance: State 

Indiviiiiial Institutions 
Game Preservation Fund; see Fish and Game. Receipts, 

etc. 
General Fund 

Sec also below, Uevenue an<l Expendlturos. 
1849/50-1850/1. Stmts, of operation of general fund In 
aggregate. (A.R. state treasurer 1849/50 (pp. 553- 
554, 556)— same 1S50/1.) 
rncl'ii.' from Collected docs. 
ISSO-IKHI. Tabular slnil. .showing condition of general 
fund. (A.U. state comptroller 1849/50 (p. 38) — 
same 1853/4.) 

I'agluK frum Collected docs. 



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113 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Funds — cont'd 
GENER.VL FuM) — Cont'd 
1855. Treasurer's communication re. anit. of money In 
general fund, showing embarrassment of dept. as 
result of failure of cos. to settle and res. prohibit- 
ing payment of legislative pay certificates to any 
but members of legist. (Assem. Jol. 1855: 858-859.) 
1857-1861. Balances In following funds, on June 30: 
general fund, hospital fund, school fund, military 
fund, etc. (Same 1S5G/7 (p. 38)— same 1800/1.) 
1861-1904. Stmt, of condition of general fund, .Tune 30. 
(A.R. state controller 1860/1 (pp. 28-29)— bienn. 
rept. same 1902/4.) 
1865-1884. Stmt, showing transaction In general fund 
for yr. endg. June 30. (Blenn. rept. state treasurer 
1863/5 (p. 10)— same 1882/4.) 
1892/4. Frequent exhaustion of general fund, sugges- 
tion that apprns. should be cut down or tax levy 
raised to meet Increased demands. (Same 1892/4: 
4.) 
Harbob Protection Fund; see Harbors 
Home for Feeble-minded Contingent Fund; see Mainte- 
nance: State Individual Institutions 
Hospital Fund; see Maintenance: State. Receipts, etc. 

Poor 
Insurance Commissioner's Special Fund; see Insurance. 

ExrENDITURES 

Interest Fund 

1852. Receipts on Interest fund of 1852. (A.R. state 

treasurer 1851/2: 18.) 
1852/3-1857. Receipts and payments on Interest fund 
of 1851. (Same 1852/3 (pp. 20-22)— .same 1856/7.) 

. Same; fund of 1852. (Same 1852/3 (pp. 22-23) 

— same 1856/7.) 
1855/6-1857. Interest fund of 1855, in acct. with state 
treasurer. (Same 1855/6 (pp. 12-13)— same 
1856/7.) 
1856/7. Same; 1856. (Same 1856/7: 16-17, 34-36.) 
Interest Tax Fund; see Taxation: State. Revenue 
Legislative Fund; see above, Expenditures. Legisla- 
ture 
Leprosy Fund; see Public Health. Expenditures 
Line Officers' Fund 

1864/5-1869. Line officers' interest lund, receipts and 
payments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1863/5 (p. 
14)— same 1867/9.) 
1865-1869. Stmt, of condition of line officers' interest 
fund. (A.R. state controller 1864/5 (pp. 82-83) — 
blenn. rept. same 1867/9.) 
1865-1873. Same. (Same 1864/5 (pp. 82-83)— bienn. 

rept. same 1871/3.) 
1865/7-1875. Line officers' fund, receipts and payments. 
(A.R. state treasurer 1865/7 (p. 20)— bienn. rept. 
savie 1873/5.) 
Marine Hospital Fund 

1852/3. Stmt, of S. F. state marine hospital fund pay- 
ments. (A.R. state treasurer 1852/3: 34.) 
1854-1856. Stmt, of state marine hospital fund in acct. 
with state treasurer. (Same 1853/4 (pp. 18-19) — 
same 1855/6.) 
1857-1861. See above, military fund; these dates. 
Mendocino Insane Asylum Fund; see Maintenance: 

State Individual Institutions 
Military Fund; see Militia. Expenditures 
Military Recruiting Fund; see Militia. Expenditures 
Mining Bureau Fund; see Natural Resources 
Napa State Hospital; see Maintenance: State Indi- 
vidual Institutions 
Pacific Railroad F'und; see Railroads: Individuai 

8 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Funds — cont'd 
Pious Fund 

The cnap of this fund wns thp drat to he hnnrd before 
till' IIiiRm' Trllmtinl. The rept. with pIciidlnKS, 
I'xhilills. Iiilif nud 11 iccm-d of tlii' piocei'dlngs wa.s 
pilnti'd h.v the II. S. (;ovt. In 1002. 
1735-1851. Rept. on establishment and operation of 
pious fund, showing unwarranted control over 
same assumed by Mexican govt, and urging U. S. 
investigation re. same with view to its restora- 
tion to Cal. for carrying out Us original object of 
religious education. (Leglsl. Jol. 1851: 7:!0-733.) 
1851. Rept. on the pious fund of Cal. (App. to Sen. 
jol. 2 sess. pp. 730-733 doc. FF.) 
Public Building Fund; see Public Buildings and 

Grounds: State 
Public Building Land Fund; see Land: St.\te. Public 

Building Lands 
Railway Tax Fund; see Taxation: State. Revenue 
Reoi.stkation Fund 

1858-1860. Registration fund. (A.R. state treasurer 
1857/8 (pp. 30-31)— sa??!e 1859/60.) 
Revolving Jute Fund; see Labor. Convict Labor 
RocK-cRusuiNQ REVOLVING Fund; See Labor. Convict 

Labor 
Sacramento State Hospital Fund; see Maintenace: 

State Individual Institutions 
San Francisco Depot Fund; see Railroads. Depots 
Savings Bank Fund; see Banks. Savings 
School Fund; see Education 
School Land Fund; see Land: State 
Se.minaby Land Fund; see Land: State. School Land 
Soldiers' Bounty Interest Fund; see Militia. Expendi- 
tures 
Soldiers' Relief Fund; see Militia. Expenditures 
Southern California Insane Asylum Fund; see Mainte- 
nance: State Individual In.stitutions 
State Library Fund; see Libraries 

State Printing Fund; see Public Printing. Expendi- 
tures 
State Prison Fund; see Maintenance: State Individual 

Institutions 
State Property Fund; see Land. Marsh and Tide 
Supreme Court Library Fund; see Libraries 
Trust Funds 

1884/6-1894. Stmt, showing bonds held In trust by 
state treasurer. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 
1884/6 (p. 21)— same 1892/4.) 
1896-1904. Stmt, showing bonds on hand, June 30, 
held in trust for other state funds, by state treas- 
urer. (Same 1894/6 (p. 47)— some 1902/4.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. of Interest reed, by state 

treasurer on bonds held In trust, and funds Into 
which it was paid. (Same 1894/6 (pp. 48-49) — 
same 1902/4.) 

SADLTRY FDND 
1882/4. Bonds held In trust for relief of Jas. Saultry. 

(Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1882/4: 17.) 
. Receipts and payments on Jas. Saultry fund. 

(Same 1882/4: 14.) 
1884-1904. Stmt, of condition of Jas. Saultry fund. 

(Blenn. rept. state controller 1882/4 (p. 87)— same 

1902/4.) 
1890. History of bonds purchased for relief of family 

of Jas. Saultry. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1891: 6.) 
1904. Comments on Saultry heir bonds. (Same dated 

1905: 10.) 
Veterans' Home of California Fund; see Maintenace: 

State Individual Institutions 
War Loan Fund; see War Expenditobes 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

Funds — cont'd 

Whabf and Dock Fund; see Whabtes and Docks 

Whittieb Refobm School Fdnd; see Maintenance: State 

iNDrviDUAL Institutions 
YosEMiTE Vallet Fund; see Pabks: State 
Laws 

1887. Laws in force governing the dept. of state, bd. 
of examiners, and bd. of capitol comrs. 58 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Suppl. Cat. Law Dept. Cal. State 
Library, 1893. 

Misappropriation of Public Funds 

1851. Govs. mess. re. robbery and defrauding of state 
by q. m. gen. (Legisl. jol. 1851: 773.) 

1856. Rept. of select jt. committee to ascertain what 
amt. of revenue was paid into state treasury during 
yr. re. frauds upon same. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 
239-241; Assem. jol. pp. 309-311.) 

1857. Rept. on whereabouts of certain moneys illegally 
paid out and abstracted from state treasury. (As- 
sem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 804-807.) 

. Rept. of special committee apptd. to ascertain 

whereabouts of certain moneys illegally paid out 
and abstracted from state treasury. 6 pp. (App. 
to Assem. jol. 8 sess. doc. [17].) 

. Rept. of select committee apptd. to investigate 

matters pertaining to state treasury dept.; prefers 
charges agst. treasurer. 41 pp. {Same 8 sess. 
doc. 7.) 

— — . Rept. on defalcation in payment of interest fall- 
ing due July 1, 1856, upon civil bonds of state 
loaned to Palmer, Cook & Co. by state treasurer. 
(Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 142-143.) 

. Articles of impeachment preferred by Assem. 

agst. H. Bates, treasurer of state for misdemeanor 
in office. (Same 8 sess. pp. 297-303; Assem. jol. 
pp. 324-330; 341-342.) 

. Testimony and corresp. re. frauds upon state 

revenue by treasurer. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 242- 
252.) 

. Answer of H. Bates, treasurer of state, to 

charges of misdemeanor in office. (Same 8 sess. 
pp. 408-410.) 

. [Adverse] rept. of special committee on "act 

for better protection of state treasury"; investiga- 
tion into manner in which act has been obeyed. 
14 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 8 sess. doc. [18].) 

. Same; 2d rept. 12 pp. (Same 8 sess. doc. 

[15].) 

. Rept. on investigation of charges agst. controller 

of misdemeanor in office, etc. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. 
pp. 206-208.) 

. Controller's answer to charges which he deems 

unjust, agst. him for misdemeanor in office. (Same 
8 sess. pp. 214-215.) 

. Articles of impeachment preferred by Assem. 

agst. G. W. Whitman, controller, for misdemeanor 
In office. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. pp. 340-346; Assem. jol. 
pp. 375-379.) 

. Answer of G. W. Whitman, comptroller, to ar- 
ticles of Impeachment preferred agst. him. (Sen. 
jol. 8 sess. pp. 438-447.) 

1860. Rept. of judiciary committee re. sureties on Pa- 
cific Express bond, .Ian. 30, 1860; recommending 
release of sureties on bond of said co., fraudulently 
accepted by treasurer of state to conceal a deficit In 
his accts. 9 pp. (App. to Son. jol. 11 sess. doc. 
(151.) 

1864. Short acct. of suit brought agst. stnto controller 
Warren and his sureties for collection of amt. of 
defalcation In his accts. (A.U. atty. gen. 1865: 
4.) 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Misappropriation of Public Funds — cont'd 
1866. Rept. of special jt. committee on affairs pertain- 
ing to state controller's office acquitting him of 
charges of alleged fraud published by C. E. Wil- 
liams, in S. P. Daily Examiner, in connection with 
foreign miners' licenses and tax, but suggesting 
that tax collectors have seriously defrauded state by 
collusion with Chinese; with testimony and state- 
ment of licenses issued for 1863/4. 5, 1 11., 108 pp. 
(App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 2 doc. [10].) 

1884. Comments on defalcations; also recommenda- 
tion for ann. additional apprn. made for contingent 
expenses of controller's office, of $2500. together 
with traveling expenses of $500 per annum, and 
apprn. for postage, expressage, etc., be increased to 
$500 per yr. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1882/4: 
28-29.) 

1884-1890. Stmt, showing list of receipts of late treas- 
urer, January, held by state treasurer, date of is- 
sue, to whom issued, amt. and date of redemption. 
(A.R. bd. examiners dated 1889 (p. 36) — same 
1888/90.) 

1885. Rept. on investigation of defalcations in office of 
late treasurer. (Sen. jol. 26 sess. pp. 397-398.) 

. Rept. of Sen. special committee to investigate 

alleged defalcation in office of state treasury under 
administration of W. A. January, in connection 
with embezzlement of either state or co. funds 
charging A. D. January with the crime; with testi- 
mony. 50 pp. (App. to jols. 26 sess. v. 6 doc. [3].) 

1904. Defalcation at Southern California State Hos- 
pital; see Maintenance: State Individual Institu- 
tions. 

Revenue 

1849/50-1904. Receipts into state treasury, by cos., 
from various sources. (A.R. state comptroller 
1849/50 (p. 520)— bienn. rept. same 1902/4.) 
Paging from Tubllc docs. 

1850-1851. Treasurer's stmt, of amt. of revenue reed, 
into treasury, Dec. 15 to Mch. 19. (Legisl. jol. 
1851: 724-725.) 

1850-1857. Cumulative comparative table giving re- 
ceipts into treasury for each of series of yrs., by 
cos. (A.R. state comptroller 1853/4 (pp. 10-11) — 
same 1856/7.) 

1851/2-1852/3. Itemized stmt, of receipts Into state 
treasury for yr. (A.R. state treasurer 1851/2 (pp. 
4-5)— some 1852/3.) 

1851/2-1861. Itemized stmt, of general fund receipts 
for yr. (Same 1851/2 (pp. 7-8)— same 1860/1.) 

1852. Supplemental table of receipts into state treas- 
ury from July 1 to Dec. 29, 1852. (A.R. state comp- 
troller 1851/2: 14.) 

1852-1853. Comptroller's stmt, of receipts into treas- 
ury from July, 1S52, to Fob. 26, 1853, In response 
to res. for Information. 3 pp. (App. to Assem. 
jol. 1853 doc. 24.) 

1854. Stmt, of amt. of revenue rood, in state treasury 
from various cos. from organization of state govt, 
to July 1, 1854. (A.R. state treasurer 1853/4: 26- 
27.) 

1854-1856. Stmt, of receipts Into treasury. (Sen. jol. 
10 sess. pp. 152-154.) 

1854-1862. Tabular stmt.'f. of receipts Into treasury 
from various sources and from cos. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1856/7 (foldg. tablos)— so?»e 1861/2.) 

. SuiJiJlonicntal stmts, of receipts into state treas- 
ury from July I. 1854. to Dec. 20, 1854, Inclusive. 
(Same 1853/4 (foldg. table)— ,vn?ne 1861/2.) 

1854/5-1904. Tabular slmt. of receipts Into state treas- 
tiry for yr. (A.R, state treasurer 1853/4 (foldg. 
tablo) — blenu. rept. same 1902/4.) 



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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

Revenue — cont'd 

1858. Exhibit of revenue paid Into state treasury by 
different cos., with expenses of collection, and per 
cent thereon for yr. endg. Dec. 31. (Assem. ]oI. 10 
sess. pp. 52-53; Sen. jol. pp. 44-45.) 
1863-1879. Recapitulation of receipts, by cos., from all 
sources of revenue. (A.R. state controller 1862/3 
(p. 38) — blenn. rept. same 1877/9.) 
1884/6-1902/4. Stmt, showing amt. paid Into state 
treasury by co. treasurers during yr. (Blenn. rept. 
state treasurer 1884/6 (p. 8)— same 1902/4.) 
B.\NK Licenses; see Banks 

BuNn, Institution for; see Maintenance: State 
Convict Labor; see Labor 
DtrosiTS 

For Bank Deposits, see Bunks : Receipts, etc. For 
Insurance eo. Deposits, see Insurance : Revenue. 
Escheats; see Land 
Federal Government 

1853. Comments on claims of state on general govt. 

(A.R. state comptroller 1852/3: 46-48.) 
1878-1886. Repts. to gov. on certain claims of state 
agst. U. S.; by J. Mullan, agt. and counsel for Cal. 
580 pp. (App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8.) 

Sec. 332, Political Code, authorized contract with 
Mullan for collection of Cal. state claims apst. 
IT. S. These claims comprise the 5 per cent claim, 
direct tax claims, Modoc war claims, Indian hostili- 
ties expenditures, civil war claims, claim for 
Interest on Indian and civil war diiit. and fees 
paid U. S. by Cal. on federal land grants. 
Pages 1-52 are reprinted Id the stmt, of 1889 re. these 
claims, pp. 14-61. 
1889. Stmt, of J. Mullan, agt. and counsel of Cal. to 
special Jt. committee, re. unpaid claims of state 
agst. U. S. in 4 pts. 75, 33, 38, 7 pp. {Same 28 
sess. v. 8 unnum. doc.) 

DIRECT TAX 
1886. stmt, of condition of direct tax accts. of several 
states and territories and D. C. under acts of Aug. 
5, 1861. and June 7. 1S62. Rept. of agt. and counsel 
of Cal. to gov. tor claims agst. U. S. 1886: 159; 164; 
209; 219. (App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

CALIFORNIA 

1862/3-1867. Stmt, of condition of federal tax fund. 
(A.R. state controller 1861/2 (pp. 70-71)— blenn. 
rept. same 1865/7.) 

1863. Majority and minority rept. of special commit- 
tee apptd. to inquire into conduct of state controller 
and treasurer in connection with payment in legal 
tender notes of state's quota of federal direct tax. 
22 pp. (App. to jols. 14 sess. unnum. doc.) 

. Rept. of testimony before special committee re. 

conduct of controller and treasurer in connection 
with payment in legal tender notes of state's quota 
of federal direct tax. 82 pp. {Same 14 sess. 
unnum. doc.) 

. Communication from gov. with corresp. re. pay- 
ment of Cal's. quota of direct tax, apportioned by 
act of Congress, Aug. 5, 18G1. 8 pp. {Same 14 
sess. unnum. doc.) 

1864/5-1867. Federal tax fund, receipts and payments. 
(Blenn. rept. state treasurer 1864/5 (p. 20) — same 
1865/7.) 

1884. Stmt, by U. S. register of aggregate amts. cov- 
ered Into treasury on acct. of direct tax to credit of 
several states and territories and D. C. Rept. of 
agt. and counsel for Cal. to gov. for claims agst. 
U. S., 1886:139. (App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

1886. Cal. direct tax claim; rept. of agt. and counsel 
for Cal. pp. 16-29; 121-280. {Same 27 sess. v. 8; 
580 pp.) 

The exhibits, pp. 121-280, contain texts of state and 
federal laws and resolutions, state and federal 
correspondence, tabular matter, etc 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Revenue — cont'd 
Federal Government — cont'd 

CALIFORNIA— cont'd 
1886. Rppt. of U. S. comn. on direct tax accts. Rept. 
of agt. and counsel of Cal. to gov. for claims agst. 
U. S. 1886: 250-276. {Saine 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 
1892. Opinion as to whether direct tax paid into state 
treasury under act of Congress, Mch. 2, 1891, 
should remain permanently in general fund or be 
refunded to persons who originally paid tax. 
(Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2: 10-11.) 
Fees, Commissions, etc.; see that title 
Fees: Insurance; see Insurance. Revenue 
Hariior Dues; see Commerce. Whabves, etc. 
Insurance Companies; see Insurance 
Land; see Land: State 

License, Insurance; see Insurance. Revenue 
Licenses; see License 

Passenger Tax; see Population. Receipts and Expendi- 
tures 
Railroads; see that title 
Revenue Stamps; see Taxation. Revenue 
San Francisco Water Lots; see Land 
Secretary of State; see Fees, etc. 

See also Finance : State Expenditures. Secy, of State. 
State Institutions; see Maintenance: State 
State Property; see Land. Wateb Front Property 
Swamp Land; see Land: State 
Taxation; see Taxation: State 
Revenue and Expenditures 

1849/50-1850/1. Stmts, of operations in aggregate of 
treasury. (A.R. state treasurer 1849/50 (pp. 553, 
556)— same 1850/1.) 

Paging from Collect<>d docs. 
1849/50-1856/7. Table showing ann. aggregate revenue, 
expenditures and ann. aggregate deficit 1st and 7th 
fiscal yrs. (p. 4 of Rept. of committee of ways and 
means on stamp act, etc. App. to Assem. jol. 8 
sess. unnum. doc. [9].) 

. Same. (p. 501 Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 501-507.) 

1849/50-1877. Recapitulation of receipts and expendi- 
tures. (A.R. state comptroller 1849/50 (pp. 522- 
523) — bienn. rept. same 1875/7.) 
Paging from Collected docs. 
1850. Suppl. rept. of comptroller showing receipts and 
expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 15. (Leglsl. jol. 1851: 
547-552; 1004-1010.) 
1850-1853. Comptroller's stmt, of ann. and total re- 
ceipts from and expenditures for cos., from organi- 
zation of state govt, to May 1, 1853. 5 pp. (App. 
to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 69.) 

Page 5 Is mistakenly printed as page B of doc. 71. 
1850-1863. Comparative stmt, showing receipts and ex- 
penditures into state treasury. (A.R. state treas- 
urer 1862/3: 59-72.) 
1852. SuDpl. rept. of operations of treasury, from July 

1 to Dec. 29, 1852. {Same 1851/2: 21-23.) 
1854/5. Comptroller's stmt, of receipts and expendi- 
tures of treasury from July 1 to Mch. 1. 7 pp. 
(App. to Assem. jol. 6 sess. doc. 17.) 
1855-1856. Rept. of comptroller giving aggregate re- 
ceipts into state treasury from July 1, 1855, to Jan. 
20, 1856, incl., detailed stmt, of expenditures, and 
all controller's warrants issued during same period, 
etc. 22 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 7 sess. doc. 9.) 

. Same. (Sen. jol. 1856: 255-272.) 

. Abstr. of receipts into, and expenditures out of 

state treasury, from July 1, 1855. (A.R. state 
treasurer 1854/5 (p. 30)— same 1855/6.) 
1855-1857. Exhibit of actual expenditures of state 
govt., and receipts exclusive of Interest on public 
debt. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 41; Assem. jol. p. 58.) 



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FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 

Revenue and Expenditures — cont'd 

1857. Rept. of jt. committee on treasure in state treas- 
ury; stmt, of receipts and expenditures from Jan. 
1, 1856, to Jan. 13, 1857, incl. 5 pp. (App. to Sen. 
jol. 8 sess. doc. [11].) 

1857-1858. Recapitulation of receipts and expenditures. 
(A.R. state treasurer 1856/7 (pp. 36-37)— some 
1857/8.) 

1857/8-1861. Stmt, giving mo. receipts and expendi- 
tures. (Same 1857/8 (pp. 6-7)— same 1860/1.) 

1862. Stmt, of receipts and payments. (Same 1861/2: 
5-14.) 

1882-1904. Summary showing principal sources of 
revenue, various funds to which receipts were ap- 
portioned, and total amt. of disbursements. (Bienn. 
rept. state controller 1880/2 (pp. 9-10)— same 
1902/4.) 

1894/6-1904. Comparative stmt, showing mo. receipts 
and payments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1894/6 
(p. 13)— same 1902/4.) 

1902/4. Stmt, showing total cost and transfer receipts 
and balances, cash payments, transfer payments, 
and cash balances, July 1. (So);ie 1902/4: 26-27, 
50-51.) 
Secretary of State 

1858. Secy's, estimate of apprn. needed for contin- 
gencies of his office, for state library and for bd. of 
examiners. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. p. 311.) 

1860. Secy's, estimate of contingent expenses of his 
office for nth fiscal yr. (Sen. jol. 10 sess. p. 213.) 

1884. Rept. on accts. of D. M. Burns, ex-secy, of state. 
132 pp. 

1885. Rept. r favorable] of Sen. special committee 
apptd. to investigate books, etc.. in office of secy, 
of state, Mch. 6. 116 pp. (App. to jols. 26 sess. 
V. 6 doc. [2].) 

ExPENDiTUEKs; See above, that title 
Revenue; see Fees, Commissions, etc. 
State Property 

1853. Rept. [favorable] of committee re. "act to dis- 
pose of interest of state in certain property [with 
minority rept.], and to quiet the title thereto." 
4, 2 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 4 sess. docs. 37, 38.) 

1854. Suggested that law concerning sales of state 
property be amended so as to require settlements 
to be made with comptroller, and proceeds arising 
from such sales paid into treasury upon his order. 
(A.R. state comptroller 1853/4: 34.) 

1855. Minority rept. favoring treasurer's action in re- 
ceiving comptroller's warrants In payment for prop- 
erty sold by state and in depositing state funds 
with various banking houses. (Assem. jol. 1855: 
662-605.) 

1895. Comments on Inventory of state property. (A. 
R. bd. examiners dated 1897: 24-25.) 

1899-1902. Comments on Inventory of state property; 
returns from various ofUcers In state having real or 
personal property In their possession or under thoir 
control. (Same dated 1901 (pp. 10-11) — same 
1900/2.) 
REVENtF. kkom; see above, that title 
Treasurer's Office 

18501852. Rept. of committee apptd. to examine books 
and accts. of treasurer and comptroller, with atmta. 
of taxoH and dnllnquoncles, receipts In treasury, 
public debt, and oxpenseH of loglHl. for 3 fiscal yra. 
endg. June 30, 1852. 13 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1853 doc. 6.) 

1855. Rept. re. Improper conduct on part of treasurer 
In recelvInK rontroller's warrant.M In payment for 
property sold by stale and in making general de- 



FINANCE: STATE— cont'd 
Treasurer's Office — cont'd 

posits of public moneys with various banking 
houses. (Assem. jol. 1855: 609-612.) 

1856. [Adverse] rept. of jt. committee apptd. to exam- 
ine books and papers of late state treasurer, S. A. 
McMeans. 32 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 7 sess. doc. 
[17].) 

. Same. (App. to Assem. jol. 7 sess. doc. [14].) 

. Same. (Sen. jol. 7 sess. 1856: 674-695.) 

1857. Stmt, of expenditures from contingent fund of 
state treasurer from Feb. 20 to June 30. (Same 
9 sess. pp. 75-77.) 

. Rept. on condition of accts. and books of late 

treasurer to Feb. 11. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 471- 
475.) 

. Rept. on examination of treasurer's office dis- 
closing gross neglect and misconduct in business of 
office. (Same 8 sess. pp. 627-632.) 

. Testimony concerning whereabouts of money 

paid by late treasurer to E. A. Rowe. (Same 8 sess. 
pp. 681-682.) 

. Rept. on imperfect and careless manner in which 

books and papers of treasurer's office have been 
kept and recommendations that new set be written 
up. (Same 8 sess. p. 773.) 

• -. Communication from sureties of state treasurer 

giving conditions of obligations. (Sen. jol. 8 sess. 
pp. 164-166.) 

. Rept. of results of investigation of accts. of late 

treasurer. 9 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 8 sess. doc. 
[13].) 

— — . Rept. stating results of examination of treasur- 
er's office, and amts. of deficiencies, etc. 8 pp. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 8 sess. doc. [12].) 

•. Govs. mess, recommending that efficient night- 
watch be provided for state treasury. (Sen. jol. 9 
sess. pp. 115-116.) 

1859. Rept. on condition of late treasurer's books. 
(Same 10 sess. pp. 465-476.) 

. Communication from atty. gen. on examination 

and settlement of accts. of S. A. McMeans, late 
state treasurer. (Same 10 sess. pp. 147-154.) 
1862. Stmt, of repairs for state treasurer's office. (A. 
R. state treasurer 18C1/2: 16.) 
Expenditures; see above, that title 
Misappropriations, etc.; see above. Misappropriation 

FINES 
Illegal Fishing; see Fish and Game. Violations, etc. 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS 

1856. Veto of act to regulate fire dept. of Sacramento. 
(Sen. jol. 1856: 713.) 

FIRE INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

FIRES 

1894. Investigation of causes of fires. (26 A.R. Insur- 
ance comr. 1894: 5.) 

HALTIMOKIO 
1904. Comments on Baltimore and other conflagra- 
tions. (36 A.R. Insurance comr. 1903: 14-15.) 

Forest Fires; see Natural Resources 
Prairie Fires 

1860. Enactment urged by coinmlllee on agrlc. for 
prevention of i)ralrle fires, as being of frequent 
occurrence. (Loglsl. jol. 1849/50: 655.) 

FISCAL YEAR; see FINANCE: STATE 



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FISH AND GAME 

serial 

RKPOUTS 
Under Act of Apr. 2. 1870 
1870/1-1902/4. Blenn. rept. comrs. of fisheries, 1-18. 
In Collected docs, aa follow.^ : 

1. 1870/1 In App. to Jols. in SPSS. V. 2 unnum. doc. 

2. 1872/3 •' '• " •• 20 " v. n (doc. 101. 

3. 1874/5 21 " T. 1 unnum. doc. 

4. 1875/7 22 " v. 3 

5. 1877/9 23 " V. 1 

6. 1880 24 " V. 2 

7. 1881/2 25 " v. 4 

unnum. 1883/4 28 " v. B 

0. 1885/6 27 " V. 1 

unnum. 1SS8/8 28 " v. 2 

1888/90 '• " '■ " 29 " T. 2 

'■ 1891/2 30 " V. 7 

13. 1893/4 31 " V. 4 

14. 1894/6 " 32 " t. 2 doc. [6]. 

IB. 1896/8 33 " v. 2 " [3]. 

16. 1898/00" 34 " v. 2 " 1 2 1. 

17. 1900/2 " 35 •• T. 2 " 13). 

BULLETINS 
1891-1892. Bulls, issued by flsh coinn., 1-6. 
Checklist 
1891 
no. 1. Classification of certain Ush found In Eel Ulver, 

In salt water, during mo. of Sept. Oct. 12. 
no. 2. Classification of trout found In Webber Lake. 

Oct. 12. 
no. 3. Classification of trout found In Klamath Ulver. 
Oct. 24. 

1892 
no. 4. Salmon and trout of the Pacific Coast by D. S. 

Jordan. Feb. 15. 
no. 5. Enforcement of game ordinance of city and co. 

of San Francisco. March 15. 
no. 6. Classification of trout caught In Mt. Whitney 
Creek. July 12. 
None of the above were seen by the compiler as separate 
bulletins. They are all reprinted In Blenn. rept. 
of bd. of flsh comrs. for 1891/2 : 43-80. 

non-serial 
1850-1880. History of flsh culture; dates of apptmt. of 
various fish comns. in this country and Europe 
and apprns. (8 rept. comrs. of fisheries 1883/4: 
21-23.) 

1857. Rept. recommending passage of act amendatory 
of and suppl. to act for protection of game, passed 
May 14, 1854. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 704-707.) 

1858. Veto of act to suppress gaming. (Sen. jol. 9 
sess. pp. 618-619.) 

1871. Recommended that standing committee be apptd. 
In both houses of legisl. on coast and inland fisher- 
ies. (1 bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1870/1: 10.) 

. Plan for importation of new varieties of fish. 

(1 same 1870/1: 14-15.) 

1871-1880. Rept. on fish ways. (1 same 1870/1 (pp. 
6-8)— A.R. same 1880.) 

No rehirns In 1882/3 and 1876/7. 

1871-1900. Cumulative historical table giving stmt, of 
fish planted by bd. of fish comrs. since its organi- 
zation. (13 same 1892/4 (p. 75)— 16 same 1898/00.) 

1873. Suggestions for full and comprehensive law re. 
all kinds of fishing; public interest demands such 
a law during present sess. (2 same 1872/3: 21-22.) 

. Worlf done during past season in restocking 

streams with native flsh. (2 same 1872/3: 18-19.) 

. Aid asked of legisl. to carry out work begun by 

comrs.; fish comrs. receive no salary. (2 same 
1872/3: 23.) 

. Rept. of Mr. Stone on his expedition East to 

secure supply of food fish to stock streams of Cal.; 
the first lot destroyed by a wreck; in a second at- 
tempt he reached Sacramento with a shipment of 
shad under auspices of U. S. fish comn. (2 same 
1872/3: 6-15.) 

. Appm. asked for to allow comrs. to employ 

proper persons to look after violations of fish laws 
and see to their enforcement. (2 same 1872/3: 21.) 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 

noiiscrial — cont'd 

1874. On successful experiment in importation of new 
varieties of flsli from East. (.■! .some 1874/5: 5-7.) 

. Rept. of special committee on flsli and game on 

Jt. res. of legisl. of Ncv. re. protection of flsh in 
Truckee River. 4 pp. (App. to jols, 20 sess. v, C 
[doc, 171.) 

. Rept. of Mr. Stone on expedition of second Cal. 

aquarium car to East for supply of food flsh for 
artificial propagation; list of llslies which arrived 
and waters into which Introduced. (3 bienn. rept. 
comrs. of flsherles 1874/5: 22-32.) 

1875. For preservation of fish in state; apptmt. of 
standing committee by legisl. on subject of fish 
and fisheries advised; legislation advised to regu- 
late shrimp fishing by Cliinese and to prevent In- 
dians from taking fish except in manner to which 
they were accustomed before advent of white men. 
(3 same 1874/5: 13-14.) 

. In Canada, by provision of law, each saw-mill 

is required to have furnace attached for consuming 
sawdust; similar law recommended for Cal. as 
means of fish protection. (3 same 1874/5: 14-15.) 

. Experiments in transportation of salt-water 

flsh. (3 same 1874/5: 15.) 

1876. Rept. of Sen. committee on Sen. bills re. fisher- 
ies. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

1877-1884. Rept. on experiment of transplanting varie- 
ties of fish from Atlantic States — black bass, eels, 
lobsters, etc. (4 bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 
187G/7 (p. 25)— same 1883/4.) 
No returns In 1881/2. 

1878. Petitions of persons engaged in salmon fishing 
to legisl. of state of Cal. 4 pp. (App. to jols. 22 
sess. V. 4 [doc. 29].) 

For close season. 

. Petition of citizens of Siskiyou Co. re. game 

laws of Cal. 4 pp. (Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 2G].) 

1879. Increasing public interest in fish culture; de- 
struction of fish during seasons of reproduction, in 
defiance of law, once considered only a venial 
legal offense, now thought a serious crime. (5 
bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1878/9: [3].) 

1880. Rept. upon edible fish of Pacific coast, U. S. A.; 
by W. N. Lockington. (6 same 1880: 16-66.) 

1880-1884. Distribution of fish each yr. (7 same 
1881/2 (pp. 17-19)— same 1883/4.) 

1880-1894. Location and value of fisheries of Cal. and 
growth since 1880. (13 same 1892/4: 84-91.) 

. Value of Cal. fisheries and increase since 1880. 

(13 same 1892/4: 10-14.) 

1883-1884. Bienn. rept. of deputy fish comr. on viola- 
tions of law. (Some 1883/4: 18-20.) 

1884. Principal varieties of salt water fish used In 
markets of state; In opinion of comrs. catch of all 
kinds of fish will decrease to considerable extent 
in next 5 yrs. if Chinese are allowed to fish with 
bag-nets for purpose of taking shrimp. {Same 
1883/4: 10-11.) 

. Waters have been diverted from original water 

courses across Big Meadows in Plumas Co. — one of 
the finest spawning grounds in state — by the Watt 
Cut, which at certain times of yr., leaves insuffi- 
cient water for fish to ascend over natural falls In 
river, causing just complaint. (.Same 1883/4: 16.) 

. Comment on supply of various food fish to mar- 
kets of state. (9 same 1885/6: 5-9.) 

1886. Chinese spoliations. (9 same 1885/6: 12.) 

. Nets and seines used during yr. (9 same 

1885/6: 11-12.) 

. Public sentiment in favor of maintaining flsh 

laws. (9 same 1885/6: 13.) 

. Appm. of $10,000 asked for. (9 same 1885/6: 

16.) 



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FISH AND GAME— cont'd 

non-serial — cout'd 
1886. Review of supply of fish in various streams of 

state. (9 same 1885/6: 20-21.) 
1886-1890. Dams and fish ladders. (9 same 1885/6 (p. 

15)— same 1888/90.) 
1887-1890. Condition of fishing interests in general. 

(Some 1886/8 (p. 4)— same 1888/90.) 
1888-1896. Distribution of fish by Cal. state fish comn. 

{Same 1888/90 (pp. 45-49)— 14 same 1894/6.) 
1889-1892. Comparative table showing total products 

of Cal. fisheries and value of same. (14 same 

1894/6: 7.) 
1890. Suggestion for apprn. to meet claims that will 

arise during fiscal yrs. chargeable to apprn. under 

law for preservation of fish. (A.R. bd. examiners 

dated 1891: 29.) 
. Passage of law recommended similar to that 

of Wyoming requiring wire screens for irrigation 

ditches. (Bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1888/90: 

5-6.) 
. The food fishes of Cal. fresh waters; by Dr. C. 

H. Eigenmann. (Same 1888/90: 53-65.) 

1892. Recommended changes in game and fish laws re. 
having in possession fish or game at unlawful sea- 
son, cold storage system, close season for salmon, 
wire screens over ditches, protection of game birds, 
right of fish comrs. to take game for propagation 
at any time, increased apprn., and tax on canned 
salmon. (Same 1891/2: 14-16.) 

. Recommended that deep-sea fishing be investi- 
gated and apprn. be made to assist work of U. S. 
comn. in this dept. (Same 1891/2: 16.) 

1892-1893. Statistics re. fisheries of U. S., by states, 
showing value of products, land and water areas, 
amt. of state apprns., and amt. appropriated per 
square mile of land and water areas — value of 
products given for 1892 and apprns. for 1893. 
(13 same 1892/4: 109-110.) 

1892-1894. Opinion re. fishing in state waters; passage 
of law advised forbidding foreigners use of state 
waters for fishing purposes. (Rept. atty. gen. 
1891/2 (pp. 17-18)— same 18B3/4.) 

1893. Cal. fish at World's Fair. (13 bienn. rept. bd. 
fish comrs. 1892/4: 28-29.) 

1894. Favorable comment on work of deputies and 
subordinates individually. (13 same 1892/4: 15-17.) 

. Comment on distribution of fish. (13 so?ne 

1892/4: 27-28.) 

. Folsom fish ladder, a difficult engineering feat. 

(13 same 1892/4: 30.) 

. State sportsmen's clubs render valuable assist- 
ance to fish comrs. (13 same 1892/4: 31.) 

. Extracts from rept. of atty. for bd. of fish comrs. 

(13 same 1892/4: 37-42.) 

1895. Comment on growth of commercial fisheries In 
state. (14 same 1894/6: 6-7.) 

1895-1896. Dally record of spawn taking. (14 same 

1894/6: 74-88.) 

. Importations of fish. (14 same 1894/6: 30-32.) 

1895-1898. Rept. on screens at heads of irrigation 

ditches. (14 same 1894/6 (pp. 19-20)— 15 same 

1896/8.) 
1895-1904. Rept. on enforcement of fish and game laws. 

(14 same 1894/6 (pp. 16-17)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
. Rept. on fish ladders. (14 same 1894/6 (pp. 17- 

19)— 18 same 1902/4.) 

1896. Comment on fry planting. (14 same 1894/6: 29.) 
. Consideration of bcKt methods for game preser- 
vation; suggestion that another comn. for enforce- 
ment of game and game fish laws be establlslKd 
and that bd. of fish comrs. have In charge only 
propagation of fish and Hiipervlslon of commercial 
flflherles. (14 tame 1894/6: 33-39.) 



(14 same 1894/6: 
(15 same 



(16 bienn. rept. 

for enforcement 
(16 same 1898/ 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1896. Rept. on results of game laws. 
20-21.) 

1896-1900. Work of U. S. fish comn. in Cal. 
1896/8 (p. 8)— 16 same 1898/00.) 

1S98. The use of drag nets. (15 same 1896/8: 12.) 

. Request that legisl. empower bd. of fish comrs 

to employ atty. for minor coast cases — expenses 
being drawn from regular apprn. (15 same 
1896/8: 17.) 

. Changes in fish and game laws recommended re. 

catching of steelhead trout, striped bass, lobsters, 
and shrimps; killing of pheasants, protection of 
snipes, and use of nets or traps in capture of birds. 
(15 same 1896/8 (p. 44)— 16 same 1898/00.) 

. Recommendation that game dealers be required 

to take out license and to keep record of game reed. 
(15 same 1896/8: 13.) 

1899 (?). Notes on planting of salmon and trout fry; 
by N. B. Schofield. 23 pp., 2 pis. (Fish comn.) 

1900. Cal. fish at Paris Exposition, 
bd. fish comrs. 1S98/00: 6.) 

. Formation of clubs and assns. 

of game laws has become general. 
00: 9.) 

. Favorable comment on Lacey Act passed by 

Congress May 25, prohibiting interstate traffic in 
game killed in violation of state law. (16 same 
1898/00: 41.) 

. State game convention. (16 same 1898/00: 42- 

43.) 

1900-1904. Increased apprn. asked for. (16 same 
1898/00 (pp. 43-44)— 18 same 1902/4.) 

1901-1904. Litigation arising from enforcement of 
game laws and decisions of Supreme Court relating 
thereto. (17 same 1900/2 (pp. 57-67)— 18 same 
1902/4.) 

1902. Deficiency claims; recommendations as to pay- 
ment of claims in fish cases. (17 same 1900/2: 10- 
12.) 

. Favorable comment on law re. disposition of 

Illegally-used fishing gear, passed in 1901; also re. 
sale of trout, and permits for trapping and trans- 
porting game. (17 same 1900/2: 41-43.) 

. Recommended amdnits. to laws re. fish-ways, 

cost of trials for violation of fish laws, striped bass, 
crabs, screens for ditches, steelhead trout, explo- 
sives. (17 same 1900/2: 46.) 

. The equity of the state game laws; by a "con- 
vert." (17 same 1900/2: 58-63.) 

. Paper on destruction of beneficial birds in Cal. 

(8 bienn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1901/2: 365-369.) 

1904. Passage of bill to protect all song and insectl- 
verous birds urgently recommended. (18 bienn. 
rept. bd. fish comrs. 1902/4: 64.) 

. Favorable comment on operations of law re. per- 
mits for live game. (18 same 1902/4: 65-66.) 

■ . Favorable comment on operations of law passed 

in 1903 re. payment of claims in fish cases. (18 
same 1902/4: 13-14.) 

. Fish and game protective assns. In state. (Same 

1902/4: 07-68.) 

LAKE CUYAMACA 

1891-1896. Rept. on result of planting of fish by U. S. 
comn. In Lake Cuyamaca. (14 bienn. rept. bd. flsh 
comrs. 1894/6; 29-30.) 

LAKE MEUCED 
Sre bolow, MiiscnIIon(;e. 

I.AKIO TULAKH! 
1871. See San Francisco Hay, below; this date. 
1896-1896. Kept, on fishing In Lake Tulare. (14 bienn. 
rept. bd. fish comrs. 1894/6: 13.) 



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FISH AND GAME— cont'd 

MONTEREY BAY 
S*'e also below, Ix)bstor. 
1896. Rept. on Monterey Bay flsherioa and those of 
Southern Cal. (14 bienn. rept. bd. flsh comrs. 
1894/6: 15-16.) 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY 
See also below, Ix)bster, Oyster. 

1871. Extracts from ropt. of two assistants employed 
by fish comrs. to rept. on fisheries of S. F. Bay and 
some of the rivers discharging waters directly into 
Pacific; also of Lake Tulare and Truckee River 
and tributaries. (1 bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 
1870/1: 15-23.) 

1879. Rept. on food fishes of S. F.; by N. M. Locking- 
ton. (5 same 1878/9: 17-58.) 

YOSEMITB VALLEY 

1894. stocking streams of Yosemite Valley. (13 bienn. 
rept. bd. flsh comrs. 1892/4: 26-27.) 

Abalone 

1902-1904. Abalone fishing. (17 bienn. rept. bd. fish 
comrs. 1900/2 (pp. 23-24)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
Awa 
1877. Introduction of awa (chanos cyrinella) and mul- 
let Into state from Hawaiian Islands. (4 bienn. 
rept. comrs. of fisheries 1876/7: 25.) 

Bass 

1882. Rept. of J. G. Woodbury, supt. state fishery, on 

successful introduction of striped bass into state. 

(7 rept. comrs. of fisheries 1881/2: 5-7.) 
1884. Rept. on success of transplanting striped bass in 

Cal. waters. (Same 1883/4: 10.) 

1895. On distribution of small-mouth black bass. (14 
same 1894/6: 30.) 

1897-1904. Black bass work. (15 same 1896/8 (pp. 42- 

43)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
1902-1904. Striped bass from a commercial standpoint; 
recommended legislation re. same. (17 same 1900/2 
(pp. 16-17)— 18 savie 1902/4.) 

Recommended legislation passed In 1003. 
Market; see Markets, below 
Carp 
1875. On adaptability of carp to waters of state. (3 

bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1874/5: 12.) 
1877-1886. Introduction of Japanese and German carp 
into state. (4 same 1876/7 (p. 24)— 9 same 
1885/6.) 
1902-1904. Value of carp. (17 same 1900/2 (p. 30)— 
18 same 1902/4.) 
Mabket; see Markets, below 
Catfish 
1877-1886. Catfish imported and placed in lakes near 
Sacramento have increased to vast extent; rept. of 
further distribution of same. (4 bienn. rept. comrs. 
of fisheries 1876/7 (p. 24)— 9 same 1885/6.) 
Not found In rept. 1881/2. 
1902-1904. On supply of catfish. (17 same 1900/2 (p. 
29)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
Market; see Markets, below 
Crab 

1896. Transplanting of crabs and clams off coast of 
Los Angeles Co. from waters oft S. F. (13 bienn. 
rept. bd. fish comrs. 1892/4: 33.) 

1896-1902. Rept. on crab fishery. (14 same 1894/6 (p. 
14)— 17 same 1900/2.) 
No returns In 1898/00. 
Crayfish 
1892. Fresh water crayfish almost exterminated; sug- 
gestion that law be passed making it misdemeanor 
for period of 3 yrs. to catch same. (Bienn. rept. 
bd. fish comrs. 1891/2: 10.) 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Dace 

1884. The dace, a native of Cal. rivers and lakes, 
nearly extinct; cause unknown; mullet getting 
scarce. (Bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1883/4: 
7-8.) 
Deer 

1890. Recommended that killing of deer be absolutely 
prohibited for next 2 yrs. (Bienn. rept. bd. flsh 
comrs. 1888/90: 6.) 
1894. The Simon Maier deer case In state Supreme 
Court. (13 same 1892/4: 111-124.) 
Game Birds 

1903-1904. Importation of game birds. (Bienn. rept. 
bd. fish comrs. 1902/4: 66-67.) 
Markets; see below, that title 
Grayling 

1904. Introduction of the grayling. (18 bienn. rept. 
bd. fish comrs. 1902/4: 47-48.) 
Hatcheries 

1875-1880. Rept. of distribution of trout from state 
hatching house. (3 bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 
1874/5 (pp. 7-8)— 6 same 1880.) 
1877. Apprn. asked for to erect larger state hatching 
house at more suitable location than Berkeley. (4 
same 1876/7: 26.) 

1883. Shebley hatchery established. (8 same 1883/4: 
14.) 

1884. Review of supply of flsh in principal rivers of 
state; appeal to legisl. for apprn. for two hatcher- 
ies, one for purpose of hatching trout and the other 
for breeding salmon on headwaters of Sacramento; 
U. S. salmon hatchery on St. Cloud River aban- 
doned. (Same 1883/4: 14-17.) 

1888-1890. Bienn. rept. of supt. of hatcheries. (Same 
1888/90: 15-45.) 

1890. The Shebley and Hat Creek hatcheries aban- 
doned; SIsson hatchery a success; new hatchery 
established at Lake Tahoe; U. S. flsh coran. fur- 
nished all eyed salmon eggs possible to be handled. 
(Same 1888/90: 4.) 

1891. Expenses incurred In construction of Bear Val- 
ley hatchery and dam at Bear Valley, Marin Co. 
(Same 1891/2: 41.) 

1891-1892. Extracts from repts. of deputies on patrol 
and hatchery depts. (Same 1891/2 (pp. 17-30) — 
13 same 1892/4.) 

. Rept. on work of hatchery dept. (Same 1891/2 

(pp. 11-13)— 13 same 1892/4.) 

1892. Separate hatchery for Yosemite Valley and sur- 
rounding territory recommended. (Same 1891/2: 
13.) 

. Tables giving mo. mean and extremes of tem- 
perature of water for Bear Valley and SIsson 

hatcheries. (Same 1891/2: 35.) 
1893-1894. Work of Bear Valley hatchery. (Same 

1892/4: 25-26.) 
1894-1904. Work of Tahoe hatcheries. (13 same 

1892/4 (p. 26)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
1895-1898. Rept. on Battle Creek hatchery. (13 same 

1892/4 (pp. 23-25)— 15 same 1896/8.) 
1895-1904. Work of SIsson hatchery. (14 same 1894/6 

(pp. 25-26)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
. Operations of Wawona hatchery, Mariposa Co. 

(14 same 1894/6 (p. 28)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
1897-1898. Operations of Ukiah hatchery. (15 same 

1896/8: 40.) 
1898-1900. Operations at Sims station. (15 same 

1896/8 (p. 41)— 16 same 1898/00.) 
1898-1904. Operations of Eel River hatchery, and tell- 

head propagation. (16 same 1898/00 (pp. 21-22)— 

18 same 1902/4.) 



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FISH AND GAME — cont'd 

Hatcheries — cont'd 

1899-1900. Operations of spawn station on Truckee 
River. (16 same 1898/00: 25-26.) 

1901-1902. Operations at Cottonwood Creek station. 
(17 same 1900/2: 35.) 

1901-1904. Operations at Verdi station. (17 same 
1900/2 (pp. 38-40)— IS same 1902/4.) 
Salmon 

1885. Establishment of state salmon hatchery on Hat 
Creek. (9 rept. comrs. of fisheries 1885/6: 14-15.) 

1887. Location of state salmon hatchery on Hat Creek 
found to be unsuitable; temporary hatchery estab- 
lished at Sisson. (Bienn. rept. same 1S86/8: 5-6.) 

1888/9. Distribution of salmon from U. S. fish comn. 
from McCloud River hatchery. (Same 1888/90: 
50.) 
Whitefish 

1872. Establishment of whitefish hatchery at Clear 
Lake. (2 bienn. rept comrs. fisheries 1872/3: 16- 
17.) 

1875. Donation of whitefish from U. S. govt, placed in 
Tulare Lake; establishment of hatchery at Berke- 
ley. (3 same 1874/5: 7.) 

Inspection 

1900. Work of inspection of shipments of fish and dis- 
position of seized fish and game. (16 bienn. rept. 
bd. fish comrs. 1898/00: 8.) 
Lark 

1900. Res. adopted re. protection of the meadow lark. 
(7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 190.) 

Laws 

1885-1903. Fish and game laws of Cal. 

Checklist 
unnum. 1885. ed. 1 (?). Compiled by S. P. Maslln. 77 

pp. 24°. 
ed. 2-3. Not found. 

cd. 4. 1889. Compiled by S. P. Maslln. 86 pp. 
ed. 5. 1801. Compiled bv S. P. Maslln. 84 pp. 
ed. 6. 1.S93. Compiled bv F. P. Deeilng. 142 pp. 
ed. 7. 180.5. Compiled by A. G. Fletcher. 55 pp. 
ed. 8. 1897. Complied by A. G. Fletcher. 55 pp. 
ed. 0. 1899. 32 pp. 

ed. 10. 1901. Compiled by .T. P. Babcock. 48 pp. 
ed. 11. 1903. Compiled by C. A. Vogelsang. 48 pp. 

Licenses 

1887-1896. Receipts from fishermen's licenses under 

law of Mch. 21, 1887. (Bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 

1886/8 (p. 6)— 14 same 1894/6.) 
1892. Collection of licenses. {Same 1891/2: 7-8.) 

Lobster 

1875. Introduction of lobsters into Bay of S. F. (3 
bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1874/5: 12-13.) 

1892. No definite and reliable Information reed, that 
lobsters placed in Monterey Bay in 1888 have 
thrived. (.Same 1891/2: 10.) 

1896-1904. Rept. on spiney lobster fishery in state. 
(14 same 1894/6 (p. 14)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
Market; see Mabkkts, below 
Markets 

1895/C. Table showing receipts of game liirds in S. F, 
and Los Angeles markets, and cos. from which 
shipped distinguishing protected and unprotected; 
also receipts each mo. of season, and value of each 
variety for season. (14 bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 
1894/6: 40-42.) 

. Tables showing receipts of game birds In S. F. 

and Los Angeles and cos. from which same were 
shipped by (cm., distinguishing protected and un- 
protected. (14 same 1894/6: 89-98.) 

1898. Conditions prevailing in our fishery markets. 
(15 same 1896/8: 11-12.) 

I,OH ANGKT.Ica 

1895-1898. Comparative table showing mo. receipt of 
lobslfTH In Los Angeles market for series of yrs. 
(15 bienn. rept. bd. flah comrs. 189G/8: 28.) 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 

Markets — cont'd 

SAN FRANCISCO 

1880-1882. Stmt, by mos., showing amt. of fresh 
salmon reed, at S. F. and Sacramento from Sept 1, 
1880, to Aug. 1, 1882; amt. of fresh sturgeon, and 
misc. receipts of fish at S. F. co. for same time. 
(7 rept comrs. of fisheries 1S81/2: 15-17.) 

1884/5-1885/6. Stmt, of amt of salt fish reed, by whole- 
sale dealers in S. F.. also tabulated stmt., by mos., 
of amt. of each species reed, by wholesale fish deal- 
ers, Cal. St. market; estimated for other portions 
of state. (9 same 1885/6: 9-11.) 

1892-1900. Cumulative comparative table giving value 
of exports of fishery products from S. F. for series 
of yrs. (14 same 1894/6 (p. 16)— 16 same 1898/00.) 

1893-1894. Stmt, showing, by mos., no. of lbs. of 
salmon, striped bass, shad, carp, and catfish 
handled by six largest dealers of S. F. market. 
(13 same 1892/4: 14.) 

1893-1898. Cumulative comparative table giving no. of 
lbs. of carp and catfish reed, each mo. in S. P. 
market for series of yrs. (14 same 1894/6 (p. 12) 
—15 same 1896/8.) 

. Same; showing, by mos.. no. of lbs. of shad 

reed, in S, F. market for series of yrs.; and com- 
ments. (13 same 1892/4 (p. 11)— 15 same 1896/8.) 

. Same; giving no. of lbs. of striped bass reed, in 

S. F. markets each mo. for series of vrs. ; with com- 
ments. (13 same 1892/4 (p. 12)— 15 same 1896/8.) 

. Same; giving salmon reed, in S. F. market each 

mo. for series of yrs. (13 same 1892/4 (p. 8)— 15 
same 1896/8.) 

1896. Rept on S. F. market. (14 same 1894/6: 15.) 
Inspection; see above, that title 
Muscallonge 

1894. Of the 100,000 muscallonge fry donated by N. Y. 
bd. of fish comrs. and placed in Lake Merced In 
1893 none are found to be alive. (13 bienn. rept. 
bd. fish comrs. 1892/4: 29-30.) 
Oyster 

1870-1891. Rept. of observations re. oyster resources, 
and oyster fishery of Pacific coast of U. S. ; by C. 
H. Townsend. (13 bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 
1892/4: 92-100.) 

1900. Oysters in S. F. Bay. (17 same 1900/2: 25-26.) 

Patrol 

See also below. Wardens. 

1884. Recommended apprn. of $3000 to enable fish 
comrs. to purchase swift steam launch for use in 
patrol; also suggestion that boat license Law be en- 
acted. (8 rept comrs. of fisheries 1SS3 '1: 23-24.) 

1885. Steam launch completed and put into patrol ser- 
vice. (9 same 1885/6: 14.) 

1885-1888. Patrol and protection. (9 saine 1885/6 (p. 
13)— .sninc 18R6/8.) 

1888. Steam launch found to be useless for purpose of 
patrol; disposal of same recommended. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1886/8: 5.) 

1890. Steam launch constructed at cost of $4000 dis- 
posed of for sum of $1100. (Same 1888/90: 3-4.) 

. Sec. 38, act of Mch. 16, 1889, amending co. govt. 

act should be repealed; ajiprn. of $10,000 recom- 
mended for patrol purposes. (Same 1888/90: 5.) 

1892. Comment on work of patrol dept. (Same 1891/2 
(pp. 6-7)— 13 same 1892/4.) 

1897-1904. The launch " Quinnat" (15 same 189G/8 
(pp. 8-9)- 13 same 1902/4.) 

1900. Force of patrolmen Increased by offering re- 
wards of arrests. (16 savic 1898/00: 8-9.) 
Perch 

1884. Cause of scarcity of perch; remedial legislation 
— same applies to chtib and pike. (Bienn. rept. 
comrs. of fisheries 1883/4: 6-7.) 



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FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Pheasants 

1894-1902. Introduction of MonRoUan pheasants. (13 
blenn. rept. bd. flsh comrs. 1S92 '4 (p. 29)— 17 same 
1900/2.) 
Pollution of Rivers; see Water Supply 
Quail 

1904. Recommended amdmts. to laws re. swans or Im 
ported quail, bag limit on ducks and doves, deer, 
tree squirrels, and fines, and prohibitory use of 
poisons In killing certain animals and birds. 
(18 bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 1902/4: G8-69.) 
Receipts and Expenditures 

1894. Comparative apprns. to fish comns. by various 
states. (13 bienn. rept. bd. flsh comrs. 1892/4: 
5-10.) 

California 

1870-1873. Recapitulation of apprns. and expenditures 
since establishment of dept. (2 bienn. rept. comrs. 
of fisheries 1872/3: 26.) 

1880-1894. Cost of flsh comn.; expenditures from 
apprns. made by state and cost of prtg. (A.R. bd. 
examiners dated 1895: 69.) 

1883-1884. Bienn. rept. of treasurer. (Blenn. rept. 
comrs. of fisheries 1883/4: 23-27.) 

1886-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. 
of each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for fish comrs. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1884/6 (p. 55)— same 
1902/4.) 

1888-1890. Expenditure of $2000 apprn. for purchase 
and importation of game birds. (16 bienn. rept. bd. 
fish comrs. 1888/90: 5.) 

1888-1904. Stmt, of condition of fish comrs'. fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1886/8 (p. 88) — same 
1902/4.) 

1890-1898. Stmt, of condition of fish comrs'. fund, pur- 
chase of boats. (Same 1888/90 (p. 93)— some 
1896/8.) 

1902-1904. Stmt, of condition of game preservation 
fund. (Same 1900/2 (p. 105)— some 1902/4.) 
Licenses; see above, that title 
Salmon 

1849-1876. History and habits of salmon (salmo- 
quinnat) in Cal. from observations since discovery 
of gold mines: no remedy for evils of destruction 
of flsh by mining other than by artificial means to 
increase supply in waters that are still resorted to; 
distributions made by comrs. (4 bienn. rept. comrs. 
of fisheries 1876/7: 5-11.) 

1871. On habits of salmon and Importance of state 
legislation for their protection. (1 same 1870/1: 
8-10.) 

1874-1882. Table showing relative catch of salmon in 
Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and trans- 
ported to S. F., Sacramento, and Stockton for yrs. 
during which statistics have been obtained. (5 
same 1878/9 (p. 4)— 7 same 1881/2.) 

1874/5-1879/80. Statistics from Central Pacific R.R. Co. 
of salmon shipped over their lines from various 
points on Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers; 
also estimate of total catch. (3 same 1874/5 (pp. 
11-12)— A.R. same 1880.) 

Aftpr 1877 shipments by rail and steampr clvcn. 

1875. Rept. of Mr. L. Stone on salmon of the Sacra- 
mento, and of increase of wealth that may be de- 
rived from this source; also on operations in 
salmon breeding as per agreement with Cal. fish 
comrs. (3 same 1874/5: 16-21.) 

. Table giving mean and extremes of temperature 

of air and water for Aug. and Sept. at r.r. cross- 
ings of San Joaquin River; this table will be of 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Salmon — cont'd 

service in determining Into what Southern rivers 
San Joaquin salmon may be transplanted. (3 
same 1874/5: 11.) 

1875. On imi>ortanfp of increasing quantity of salmon 
in Sacramento Hiver; much attention given to 
Sacramento salmon by scientists and fish cultur- 
ists in other countries; govt, hatchery on St. Cloud 
River. Shasta Co., largest establishment in the 
world for hatching salmon eggs; increased apprn. 
asked for; Mr. Crocker's experiment of placing 
salmon in rivers having no outlet to ocean; salmon 
of San Joaquin River. (3 same 1874/5: 8-10.) 

1875-1877. Tables exhibiting mean and extremes of 
temperature of water and air at two stations each 
on Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, taken for 3 
yrs. during mos. salmon are passing up to spawn- 
ing grounds. (4 sarne 1876/7: 16-17.) 

1877. Rept. on Illegal fishing; patrol to prevent unlaw- 
ful fishing while salmon are passing up to spawn- 
ing grounds absolute necessity; also protection on 
breeding beds; In addition to making penalties 
more severe for violations of law, amdmt. recom- 
mended making it a misdemeanor to fish for 
salmon with nets or traps betw. sunset on Satur- 
day and sunrise on Monday. (4 same 1876/7: 18- 
22.) 

. Proprietors of canneries and capitalists making 

effort to induce legisl. to alter close season for 
salmon, permitting fishing in Aug. and Sept.; 
change cannot but result in permanent injury. (4 
same 1876/7: 14-15.) 

1878-1879. Rept. of H. D. Dunn employed to see if law 
was obeyed during close season on Sacramento, 
and also to obtain statistics of salmon canning 
establishments; stmt, of money invested in can- 
ning establishments on Pacific Coast and no. of 
cases put up during past yr. (5 same 1878/9 (pp. 
5-8)— 6 rept. same 1880.) 

1878-1886. Rept. on Sacramento salmon. (5 same 
1878/9 (pp. 3-4)— 9 same 1885/6.) 

. Rept. on introduction and distribution of land- 
locked salmon. (5 savie 1878/9 (pp. 11-12)— 9 same 
1885/6.) 

Not found In repts. ISRO and 1881/2. 

1879. Answer to question of practicability of keeping 
up supply of salmon in the Sacramento. (5 same 
1878/9: 8-9.) 

1880. Petitions of fishermen of S. F. and vicinity ask- 
ing abolishment of close season of salmon fishing. 
6, 4 pp. (App. to jols. 23 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc. ) 

1883-1884. Cause of decrease in supply of salmon. 
(Rept. comrs. of fisheries 1883/4: 3-5.) 

. Violation of the law re. salmon. (Same 1883/4: 

3-5.) 

1884. Violations of law by unprincipled men who have 
established fisheries from Fremont to Redding on 
Sacramento River; suggested that state set apart 
section of river betw. Jacinto and the McCIoud and 
Pit Rivers as breeding grounds for salmon. (Same 
1883/4: 13.) 

1885/6. The Sacramento River — table giving tempera- 
ture of water at Sacramento taken at 4 o'clock 
p. m. daily from Sept. 15, 1885, to Sept. 15, 1886. 
(9 same 1885/6: 17-19.) 

1886. Laws recommended that close season of salmon 
be enlarged, that use of Chinese shrimp net and 
sturgeon lines be prohibited with severe penalties, 
remedial legislation to prevent destruction of fish 
by seals and sea lions, repealing of shad close 
season law, that penalties be made uniform and 
allotment of fines defined. (9 same 1885/6: 16.) 



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FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Salmon — cont'd 

1888-1890. Recommended legislation of former comrs. 
re. enlarging close season for salmon and remedial 
action agst. seals and sea lions; further recom- 
mended that license law be amended to declare pen- 
alty for its violation, that law be passed providing 
for confiscation and destruction of all unlawful 
nets or seines taken, that possession of fish out of 
season or of under size be made misdemeanor; 
legislation re. taking of immature fish and defining 
same. (Same 1886/8 (p. 7)— same 1888/90.) 

1888-190-1. Cumulative comparative table giving 
salmon pack of Sacramento River. (14 sarne 
1894/6 (p. 9)— 18 sayne 1902/4.) 

1890. Why salmon are scarce, letter from Dr. H. \V. 
Harkness, pres. Cal. Academy of Sciences. (Same 
1888/90: 66-67.) 

1892. Comment on extraordinary increase in salmon 
run this yr. (Same 1891/2: 8-9.) 

. Salmon and trout of Pacific coast; by Dr. D. S. 

Jordan. (Same 1891/2: 44-65.) 

1894. Same; revised. (13 same 1892/4: 125-142.) 

. Recommended that fish comn. boat fund of 

fllOO be paid into fish comn. fund, that apprn. of 
past 2 yrs. be continued, that extension of close 
season for salmon from Aug. 1 to Oct. 1 is most 
Important change required in fish laws; bill framed 
by convention for revision of game laws indorsed. 
(13 same 1892/4: 31-33.) 

1895-1900. Comment on salmon industry of state. 
(14 same 1894/6 (pp. 7-9)— 16 same 1898/00.) 

1895-1902. Operations at Shovel Creek station. (14 
same 1894/6 (p. 26)— 17 same 1900/2.) 

1896-1898. Salmon distribution in streams other than 
Sacramento and its tributaries. (15 same 1896/8: 
22-24.) 

. Rept. on planting of Quinnat salmon fry in 

short coast streams of Marin Co., with results of 
observations made upon their movements, food, 
rate of growth, enemies, etc.; same with reference 
to Sacramento. (15 same 1896/8: 49-71.) 

1896-1901. The Quinnat salmon — extracts from rept. on 
investigations in Sacramento River; by C. Rutter. 
(18 same 1902/4: 30-31.) 

1898. Favorable comment on law placing trials for 
violations of salmon and set-net laws in superior 
court; code failed to make provision for disposal 
of Illegally possessed fish and game and fishery ap- 
paratus. (15 same 1896/8: 17-18.) 

. Salmon in San Joaquin River. (15 same 

1896/8: 24.) 

1898-1904. Argument in defense of present salmon 
law. (15 same 189G/8 (pp. 25-28)— 18 same 1902/4.) 

1899-1900. Salmon propagation; with advance of in- 
dustries, natural spawning groumls of salmon are 
slowly being destroyed, and in time there will Ijc 
no natural propagation. (16 same 1898/00: 11-12.) 

1900. Investigations of movements and liabits of 
young salmon in fresh water continued. (16 same 
1898/00: 12.) 

1902. Studies in the natural history of Sacramento 
salmon; by C. Rutter, asst. U. S. fish comn. (17 
same 1900/2: 64-76.) 

1903-1904. Pacific species of salmon and trout, and 
parent stream theory of return of salmon; by Dr. 
I). S. Jordan; artificial propagation of salmon In 
Sacramento River; Ity C. Rutter. (18 same 1902/4: 
10.3-107.) 

1904. Introduction of land-locked salmon partial suc- 
cess — first shipment made In 1895, second In 1904. 
(18 same 1902/4: 48-49.) 
Hatchf-rim; see above, that title 
IdAKKcr; see Makketb, above 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Sardines 

1874. Rept. on exhibit of Cal. sardines: a new industry 
in state. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1874: 185-186.) 

Sea Lions 

1899-1900. Depredations of sea lions; corresp. with 
authorities at Washington re. killing them on good 
reservations. (16 bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 
1898/00: 26-40.) 
1902. On matter of reducing herds of sea lions. (17 
same 1900/2: 26-27.) 
Seals 

1875. Recommendation that law for protection of sea 
lions and seals be repealed, and if necessary, again 
re-enacted after nine-tenths have been destroyed. 
(3 bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1874/5: 13.) 

1896. Calling attention to injury to fish industry by 
increased no. of seals near Seal Rocks protected by 
U. S. legislation. (14 same 1895/6: 9-11.) 
Shad 

1871. Importation of shad by M. S. Green, of Roches- 
ter, N. Y., to be turned into Sacramento. (1 bienn. 
rept. comrs. of fisheries 1870/1: 12-14.) 

1873. Legislation needed to prevent the taking of new 
shad as they come in. (2 same 1872/3: 18.) 

1875-1886. Rept. on transplanting of shad to rivers of 
state. (3 same 1874/5 (p. 8)— 9 saine 1885/6.) 

1892. Shad planted by first state comn. 15 yrs. ago 
have become one of most plentiful of fish; trans- 
planting of striped bass equally successful; distri- 
bution of black bass begun. (Same 1890/2: 9.) 

1902-1904. Shad in Cal. (17 same 1900/2 (p. 26) — 
18 same 1902/4.) 
Market; see Markets, above 
Shrimp 

ISSO. Petition re. shrimp fishing by Chinese. 8 pp. 
(App. to jols. 23 sess. v. 5 unnuni. doc.) 

1897-1904. Rept. on investigation of Chinese shrimp 
fisheries; remedial legislation needed. (15 bienn. 
rept. bd. fish comrs. 1896/8 (pp. 18-20)— 18 same 
1902/4.) 
Sturgeon 

1884. Sturgeon steadily on decrease; remedial legisla- 
tion recommended. (Bienn. rept. comrs. of fisher- 
ies 1883/4: 8.) 

1896-1904. Comment on laws passed in 1895 for protec- 
tion of sturgeon and of supply on market. (14 
bienn. rept. same 1894/6 (p. 13)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
Market; see Mabkets, above 
Trout 

1871. Habits of trout in streams; suggestion that flsh- 
ways be constructed over large falls, there being 
no trout in mountain streams above large falls; 
trout fishery of Coiner Pros, on Truckeo River; 
suggestion that persons living near small streams 
or lakes could, at trifling expense and care, provide 
constant supi)ly of fiali by hatching a tew eggs, or 
by turning in young fish. (1 bienn. rei)t. comr. of 
fisheries 1870/1: 10-12.) 

1883-1888. No. of trout distributed from Shebley hatch- 
cry each yr. since its establishment and cost of 
maintenance per mo. (9 same 1885/6 (p. 14) — 
same 1886/8.) 

1884. Unless state of Nev. does something towards 
dam abatement, Truckeo trout will In a short time 
be a flsh of the past. (Same 1883/4: 6.) 

1890. Distribution of trout by private hatcheries. 
(DIenn. rept. same lSS.S/90: 51.) 

1892. See above, Knlinon; this date. 

1894. Att('mi)ted Introduction of golden trout. (13 
same 1892/4: 29.) 

. Description of new varieties of trout; by Dr. D. 

S. Jordan. (13 same 1892/4: 142-143.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



123 



FISH AND GAME— cont'd 
Trout— cont'd 

1894-1895. Table giving no. of lbs. of cutthroat trout 
caught in Lake Tahoe and shipped from Truckee. 
(14 same 1894/6: 13.) 

1896. Comment on law re. stlUhead trout. (14 same 
1894/6: 14.) 

1898. Depleting trout streams. (15 same 1896/8: 10.) 

. Market supply of trout. (15 same 1896/8:34.) 

1900. Unfavorable comment on repeal of ordinance by 
supervisors of Placer and El Dorado cos. prohibit- 
ing taking of trout from Lake Tahoe, or its tribu- 
taries, until June 1. (16 same 1898/00: 24.) 

1902-1904. Eastern brook trout in state. (1.7 same 
1900/2 (pp. 20-22)— 18 same 1902/4.) 

1904. Amdmts. to trout law recommended, making 
May 1 beginning of opening of season, limiting 
maximum weight at which they may be legally 
sold to one lb., and size limit to 5 inches. (18 
same 1902/4: 31-32.) 
Violations of Law 

1895-1904. Summary of arrests made by deputies of 
fish comn., and outcome of cases for each bienn. 
period. (14 bienn. rept. bd. fish comrs. 1894/6 (p. 
22)— 18 same 1902/4.) 

1897/8-1903/4. Comparative table showing Increase in 
no. of arrests from yr. to yr., and arat. of fines 
paid during past 8 yrs. (18 same 1902/4: 11.) 

Wardens 

See also Itbove, Patrol. 
1896. Recommended additions and changes in fish and 
game laws; recommended apprns. and bill creating 
office of state fish and game warden. (14 bienn. 
rept. bd. fish comrs. 1894/6: 43-46.) 
1896-1904. Comment on success of game warden sys- 
tem and necessity of having game warden in each 
CO. (14 same 1894/6 (pp. 21-23)— 18 same 1902/4.) 
Whaling 

1855. Govs. mess. re. steps necessary to secure whaling 
trade, now forced to Honolulu by restrictive laws 
of Cal., with statistics showing value and extent of 
same. (Sen. Jol. 1855: 436-440; Assem. jol. pp. 
486-490.) 
. 750 vessels and 20,000 seamen engaged in whal- 
ing industry on Pacific coast. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1856: 21.) 
Whitefish 

1877-1884. Rept. on distribution of whitefish. (4 
bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1876/7 (pp. 23-24) 
—same 1883/4.) 
H.^TCHEBiEs; see above, that title 
Woodpeckers 

1902. Rept. on woodpeckers in Cal. (8 bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1901/2: 175-178.) 

FIVE PER CENT FUND; see LAND: NATIONAL DOMAIN 

FLAX 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

FLOODS; see CLIMATE 

J FLOUR 

I Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

' Produce; see Industries, etc. 

IFOLSOM 
Rainfall; see Climate 

FOLSOM STATE PRISON; see MAINTENANCE: STATE 
INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS 

FOOD LAW; see INDUSTRIES, ETC. 



FORAGE PLANTS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS 

FOREST FIRES; see NATURAL RESOURCES. FORESTS 

FOREST RESERVATIONS; see NATURAL RESOURCES. 
FORESTS 

FORESTS AND FORESTRY; see NATURAL RESOURCES 

FORT BIDWELL 
Climate; see that title 
Temperature; see Climate 

FORT JONES 

Climate; see that title 

FORT MILLER 

Climate; see that title 

FORT ROSS 

Rainfall; see Climate 

FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS; see BENE- 
FICIARY ORGANIZATIONS 

FREIGHT RATES 
Railroad; see Railroads 
Water; see Commerce, etc. 

FRENCH CHALK 
Quarries; see Natural Resources. Mineral. Chalk 



FRESNO 
Climate; 



see that title 



FRESNO COUNTY (1856) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Asphaltum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 
1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Coal in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Coal; 
these dates. 
Copper in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per; these dates. 
Drainage; see Land. Drainage 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Fruit Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Gold in 
1881. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; this 

date. 
1888. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
Graphite in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Gypsum in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gyp- 
sum; these dates. 
Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
missions 
Iron in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 
Irrigation; see Land. Irrigation 
Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 



124 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



FRESNO COtmXY (1856)— cont'd 

Magnesite in 

1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Magnesite; 
these dates. 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines 

1879/80. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 
Natural Gas in; see Natural Resources 
Oil Wells; see Natural Resources 
Petroleum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Profile of 

1890. See Land. Surveys; this date. 
Railroad Aid; see Railroads. Public Aid 
Silver in 

1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 
Surveyor; see Land 
Temperature; see Climate 

FROSTS; see CLIMATE 

FRUIT 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 
Imports; see Commerce, etc. 
Industry; see Industries, etc. 
Prices; see that title 

FUNDS 

State; see Finance: State 

FUNGI; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

GABBRO; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

GALENA 

Mines; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

GALL LOUSE; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

GAMBLING 

License; see that title 

GAME; see FISH AND GAME 

GEOLOGY; see NATURAL RESOURCES 

GEORGETOWN 

Climate; see that title 
Rainfall; see Climate 

GEORGIA 

Geology; see Natural Resources 

Gold in; see Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold 

GLASS 

Industry; sec Industries, etc 

GLENN COUNTY (1891) 

Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Gold in 

1892/11894/0. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 



GLENN COUNTY (1891)— cont'd 
Iron in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 
Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Min- 
ing; these dates. 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc. ; these 
dates. 
Quicksilver in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Quick- 
silver: these dates. 

GOAT; see AGRICULTURE. LIVESTOCK 

GOLD 

Consumption; see Industries, etc. Consumption 
Deposits; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

GOLD DUST 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

GOLDEN GATE PARK; see PARKS: CITY 

GOOSE LAKE VALLEY 
Climate; see that title 

GOOSEBERRY 
Pests; see Agricultiue. 



Crops. Pests 



GOVERNOR 



1849-1863 

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serial 

1 series 
Ann. mess. 

Polloctpd <locs. as follows : 

Bvnnott In r^E:. I0I. 1 seRs. lS4n/.';0 : .SO-41 : .TOR-GOT. 
Bnrnptt In heg. Jol. 2 sess. ISril : 11-38; 788-81.'5. 
McT^oiieal In I, pp. jol. 2 sess. 1851 : 47. 
Mcnonaal In Sen. jol. .3 spss. 18.')2 : 12-22. 
Mcnoiienl In Ilonsp (ol. ,S soss. 1852 : 12-21. 
Rlirlor In Sen. I0I. S soss. 1852 : 28-.S1. 
rililor In House ,1ol. ^ sesa. 1852 : 27-."?l. 
Blu'ler In Son. Jol. 4 sess. 1S5S: 10-27. 
niirler In .\sseni. I0I. 4 soss, 1853 : 12-2(1. 
ItlKlor In Son. I0I. 5 soss. 1854: 11-42; 51-fil. 
Rk'lor In Assom. iol 5 soss. 1854:11-41; 52-56. 
Biu'lor In Sen. lol.'fi soss. 1855 : 2."?-72. 
Blirlor In Asserii. 1ol. fi sess. 1S55: 22-72. 
ni!.'lor In Son. Iol. 7 soss. lS5fi : 19-84. 
Bifflor In Asseiii. Id. 7 sess. 1856:13-78. 
.Totinson In Sen. iol. 7 sess. 1856 : 8n-fl3. 
.Tolinson In Asseiii. .1ol. 7 soss. 1856 : 82-86. 
.Tolinson In App. to .\ssera. Jol. 7 sess. 1856 doc. 1. 
.Tohnson In Sen. Iol. 8 soss. 1857 : 22-47. 
.Tolinson In Ass"in. Jol. 8 sess. 1857:20-47. 
.Tolinson In Son. Jol. sess. 1858 : 17-40. 
.Tohnson In Assom, Iol. 9 sess. 1858:34-57. 
Wellor In Sen. Iol. '9 sess. 1858:54-60. 
Wi>lliT In Assem, Jol, 9 sess, 1858 : 71-77. 
Woller In Son. fol. 10 sess, 1859: 16-43, 
Wellor In Assom, Jol, 10 sesa, 18.59:24-51. 
Wellor In Sen. Iol. 11 sess. 1800:30-70, 
Wellor In Assem, Iol. 11 sess, 1800:40-74. 
I.nlhnm In Son. Jol. 11 seas. 1800: 104-112. 
T.ntlinni In Assem. 1oI. 11 sesa. 1860:106-114. 
I.nlhnm In Sen. Jol. 12 seaa. 1801 : 29-44. 
I.nlhnm In Assem. Jol. 12 sess, 1801 : 92-107. 
I>o\vnoy In Sen. Jol, 13 seaa, 1802:31-54, 
Downev In Assem, Iol, 13 sess. 1802:31-54. 
Slnnford In Si'n, Iol. 13 sess. 1802:98102. 
SInnford In Assom. Iol. 13 seas. 1802:98-102. 
.Tnn. Slnnford In Sen, |ol. 14 sesa, 1803:27-48, 
.Inn. Slnnford In Assem, Iol, 14 aeas, 1863 : 34-56. 
nee. Slnnford In Sen. Iol. 15 sesa. 1803/4:21-46. 
Iiee. Slnnford In Assom. |ol. 15 sess. 1863/4:47-07. 
Uiw In Sen. Iol, 15 sesa, 1803/4:69-75. 
Ix)w In Asaem. Jol. 15 sesR. 180,3/4 : 94-100. 

2 series 



18G5-18S0. Dlenn. mesa. 

In f'olleeled docs, na followa; 
1805 I.OW In Son. Jol. 16 seaa. 1805/6 : S2-R7. 
1S05 Low In Assem. Jol. 16 aeaa. 1865/0:45-70. 
1807 Low In Sen. Jol. 17 ncsB. 1807/8 : 82-68. 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



126 



iGOVERNOR— cont'd 



serial — cont'd 
2 series — cont'd 



1867 
1807 
1807 
180(1 
1809 
1K71 
1871 
1871 
1871 
1873 
1873 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1877 
1880 
1880 



r-ow In Assoin. Jol. 17 sess. 1867/8 : 35-56. 
llalKhl lu Sen. Jol. 17 sess. 1867/8 : 90-107. 
Ualjiht In Assem. Jol. 17 sos.-i. 1867/8 : 02103. 
IlalKht In Son. Jol. 18 sess. 1809/70:40-59. 
Ilalght In Assem. Jol. 18 sess. 1809/70 : 38-57. 
IlalKht In Sen. Jol. 19 sess. 1871/2 : 34-55. 
IlalKlit In Assem. Jol. 19 sess. 1871/2 : 07-78. 
Uooth In Sen. Jol. 19 sess. 1871/2 : 107-117. 
Booth In Assem. Jol. 19 sess. 1871/2: 119-129. 
Booth In Sen. Jol. 20 sess. 1873/4 : 51-89. 
Booth In Assem. Jol. 20 sess. 1873/4 : 109-148. 
I'acheco In App. to Jols. 21 sess. v. 4 unnuni. doc. 
Irwln In Sen. Jol. 21 sess. 1875/8:20-30. 
Irwin In Assem. Jol. 21 sess. 1875/6: 19-34. 
Irwin In Assem. Jol. 22 sess. 1877/8: 12-40. 
Irwln In App. to Jols. 23 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc. 
Perkins In App. to Jol. 23 sess. T. 5 unnum. doc. 

3 series 



1881. Ann. mess. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1881 Perkins In App. to Jol. 24 sess. v. 1 unnum. 
doc 

4 series 
1883-1903. Bienn. mess. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1883 Perkins In App. to Jol. 25 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

1883 Stoneman In App. to Jol. 25 sess. T. 1 unnum. doc. 

1884 Stoneman In App. to Jol. 25 sess. (extra) unnum. doc. 

1885 Stoneman In App. to Jol. 26 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

1886 Stoneman In Sen. Jol. 26 extra sess., 1880 : 19. 

1887 Stoneman In App. to Jol. 27 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1887 Bartlett In App. to Jol. 27 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1889 Waterman In App. to Jol. 28 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1891 Waterman not found. 107 pp., 1 map. 

1891 Markhara in App. to Jol. 29 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1893 Markham In App. to Jol. 30 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1895 Markham in App. to Jol. 31 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1895 Markham in Sen. Jol. 31 sess. 1895 : 19-36. 
1895 Budd In App. to Jol. 31 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1897 Budd In App. to Jol. 32 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1899 Budd In App. to Jol. 33 sess. v. 1 doc. [1]. 
1899 Budd In Assem. Jol. 33 sess. 1S99 : 16-29. 
1901 Gage in App. to Jol. 34 sess. v. 1 doc. [1], 
1901 Gage In Sen. Jol. 34 sess. 1901 : 21-43. 
1901 Gage In Assem. Jol. 34 se.ss. 1901 : 19-41. 
1903 Gage in App. to Jol. 35 sess. v. 1 doc. [2], 
1903 Gage In Sen. Jol. 35 sess. 1903 : 17-49. 
1903 Gage in Assem. Jol. 35 sess. 1903 : 14-46. 
1903 Pardee In App. to Jol. 35 sess. v. 1 doc. (11. 

Executive Mansion; see Public Buildings and Grounds: 

State 
Expenditures 

1849/50. Stmt, of operations of govs, contingent fund. 
(A.R. state treasurer 1849/50: 555, 557.) 
Paging from Collected docs. 
1849/50-1862. Expenditures of executive dept, (A.R. 
sUte comptroller 1849/50 (pp. 520-521)— same 
1861/2.) 

Paging from Collected docs. 
1850-1852. Tabular stmt, showing condition of govs, 
contingent fund. (Same 1849/50 (p. 539)— «o»ie 
1851/2.) 

Paging from Collected docs. 
1854/5-1856. Govs, special contingent fund in acct. 
with state treasurer. (A.R. state treasurer 1854/5 
(pp. 28-29)— some 1855/6.) 

1858. Stmt, of contingent expenses of govs, office. 
(Sen. jol. 10 sess. pp. 209-210.) 

. Govs, estimates for executive office. (Same 9 

sess. p. 361.) 

1859. Stmt, of contingencies of govs, office, (Same 11 
sess. pp. 232-233.) 

1860. Estimate of contingencies of govs, office for 11th 
fiscal yr. (Same 10 sess. p. 244.) 

1867. Stmt, of amt. expended out of govs, contingent 
fund. (Same 17 sess. p. 139.) 

1871, Stmt, of amts. expended out of apprn. for special 
contingent fund. (Same 19 sess. pp. 95-96.) 

1875. Stmts, of amts. expended out of apprn. for spe- 
cial contingent fund of govs, office. (Same 21 sess. 
p. 14) 



GRAIN 

Crop; see Agriculture, Crops 
Exports; see Commerce, etc. 

GRANGE; see AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES 

GRANITE; see NATURAL RESOURCES, MINERAL 



GRAPE 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

Diseases and Pests; see Agriculture, Crops. 

Prices; see that title 



Pests 



GRAPHITE; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

GRASS VALLEY 
Rainfall; see Climate 

GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS; see AGRICULTURE, 
CROPS 

GRASSHOPPER; see AGRICULTURE, CROPS, PESTS 

GRAYLING; see FISH AND GAME 

GUARANTEE INSURANCE; see INSURANCE 

GUAVA 

Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

GYPSUM 

Deposits; see Natural Resources, Mineral 

HARBOR PROTECTION FUND; see HARBORS, RECEIPTS, 
ETC. 

HARBOR REGULATIONS; see COMMERCE, ETC. 

HARBORS 

See also Wharves and Docks. 
serial 

1 series 
Under Act of April 24, 1883. 

1863/4-1864/5. Ann. rept. of bd. of state harbor comrs., 
1-2. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1-2. 1863/4-1864/5 In App. to Jols. 16 sess. v. 2 unnum. 
doc. 

2 series 



Jols. 17 sess. 


V. 


2 unnum 


.. 18 .. 


V. 


2 


•' 19 " 


V. 


2 


" 20 " 


V. 


3 


•' 21 " 


V. 


2 


•■ 22 " 


V. 


3 


" 23 " 


V. 


1 


3 series 







bd. of state harbor 



doc. 



1865/7-1877/9. Bienn. rept. of 
comrs. for yr. endg. July 1. 
In Collected docs, as follows ; 



1867/9 ■• 
1869/71 " 
1871/3 " 
1873/5 " 
1875/7 " 
1877/9 '• 



1879/80. Ann. rept. of bd. of state harbor comrs. for 
yr. endg. June 30. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1879/80 In App. to Jols. 24 sess. v. 2 unnum. 
doc. 

4 series 
1880/2-1902/4. Bienn. rept. of bd. of state harbor 
comrs. for yr. endg. June 30. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1880/2 in App. to Jols. 25 sess. v. 6 unnum. doc. 



1882/4 •• " 


•• •• 26 


■ T. 1 




1884/6 " " 


" 27 


' V. 2 




1886/8 " " 


" 28 ' 


' V. 2 




1888/90 •' " 


., ,. 29 


' V. 2 




1890/2 " " 


" 30 


' V. 7 




1892/4 " '• 


'• 31 


■ v. 6 




1894/6 " •• 


" ■■ 32 ' 


' V. 5 doc. 


[111. 


1896/8 " " 


■• " 33 ' 


' V. 1 " 


8 . 


1898/00 '• " 


" •• 34 


' V. 4 " 


6 . 


1900/2 •' " 


•• •• 35 ' 


• V. 2 •' 


19J. 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



I 



HARBORS— cont'd 

non-serial 
1864-1904. Kept, of special counsel to bd. of harbor 

comrs. (A.R. harbor comrs. 1863/4 (pp. 17-18) — 

same 1902/4.) 
1873. Rept. on the preservation of timber. (Bienn. 

rept. same 1871/3: 19-32.) 
1883. Rept. of jt. committee on investigation of harbor 

comrs. and pilot comrs. (Assem. jol. 25 sess. pp. 

395-398; Sen. jol. pp. 207-210.) 

1886. Recommendation that secys. and asst. secys. 
bond be increased. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 
1884/6: 12.) 

1887. Rept. of Sen. river, harbor, and coast defenses 
committee finding that fortifications of S. F. are 
out of date, and inadequate; suggesting that navy 
yards be fitted for maliing cannon; and urging that 
Congress make a sufficient apprn. to protect Gal's, 
harbors agst. all foreign invasions. 5 pp. (App. 
to jols. 27 sess. V. 8 doc. [12].) 

. Same; with special reference to Fort Mann. 

1889. (Sa7ne 28 sess. v. 8 doc. [10].) 

1898. Comments on preservation of piles and timber. 
(Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1896/8: 6-8.) 

1899. Rept. on state bd. of harbor comrs. (Rept. of 
committee to make examination of state Institu- 
tions 1899: 179-183.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1904. Summary of principal improvements, etc., for 2 
fiscal yrs. ended June 30, 1904. (Bienn. rept. har- 
bor comrs. 1902/4: 8-9.) 

. Stmt, of work contracted for and completed 

within yrs. endg. June 30, 1902, and July 1, 1904. 
{Same 1902/4: 76-86.) 

. Stmt, of work contracted for since June 30, 

1902, but not yet completed. {Same 1902/4: 87.) 

. Stmt, of work under way at date of last bienn. 

rept. and since completed. {Same 1902/4: 66-75.) 
Expenditures; see below, Receipts and Expenditures 
Humboldt Harbor 

ISoT. Rept. recommending passage of act to prevent 
owners of saw-mills and other persona from ob- 
structing channels of Humboldt Bay and harbor. 
(Assem. jol. 8 sess. p. 254.) 
Laws, Rules and Regulations 
Laws 

1876. Act to create state bd. of harbor comrs. for port 
of S. F., as amended; approved Feb. 28. 28 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Laws relating to bd. of state harbor comrs. 
Not .seen ; entry from Howkcr. 
Same. 

Not .seen; entry from Bowker. 

Laws and statutes relating to the bd. of state 
harbor comrs., Sept. 1. 92 pp. 
Rules and Rmulatio.nh 

1878. Rules, regulations, and rates adopted by lul. of 
state harbor comrs.. May 15. 15 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Same. 29 pp. 
Same. 34 pp. 
Same. 32 pp. 
Same. 30 pp. 
Same. 32 pp. 
Leases; see Wharves and Docks 
Oakland Harbor 

1899. Rept. on act to create harbor of Oakland. (As- 
sem. Jol. 33 sess. p. 614.) 
Receipts and Expenditures 

1863-1898. AKKrogato receipts and expenditures of bd. 
of harlior comrH. (Rept. of committee to make ex- 
amination of Hiato InHtltiillonH 1899: 180.) 
. Same In App. to JoIh. 33 hosh. v. 2. 



1891. 
1893. 
1899. 



1889. 
1891. 
1893. 
1898. 
1902. 



HARBORS— cont'd 

Receipts and Expenditures — cont'd 

1863-1904. Comparative stmt, of receipts and disburse- 
ments for series of yrs. (Bienn. rept. harbor 
comrs. 1873/5 (p. 26)— same 1902/4.) 

1864-1873. Recapitulation of receipts and disburse- 
ments. (A.R. same 1863/4 (p. 14) — bienn. rept. 
same 1871/3.) 

1864-1904. Stmt, of receipts and disbursements. {Same 
1863/4 (pp. 7-9)— bienn. rept. same 1902/4.) 

1865-1902. Balance sheet for series of yrs. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1884/6 (p. 27)— same 1900/2.) 

1873. Rept. on books and accts. of state harbor comrs. 
(Sen. jol. 20 sess. pp. 133-139; Assem. jol. pp. 189- 
195.) 

1873/5. Stmt, of amt. paid on acct. of construction and 
repairs. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1873/5 (pp. 
18-20)— some 1892/4.) 

1874/5-1904. Comparative stmt, of cost of dredging. 
{Same 1875/7 (p. 10)— sai?ie 1902/4.) 

1875. Stmt, of steam dredger acct. for fiscal yr. ending 
June 30. (Sa?ne 1873/5: 25.) 

1879-1886. Comments on new work done and its con- 
tract cost. {Same 1877/9 (pp. 4-5)— so?He 1884/6.) 

1883. Rept. of J. Pettee, expert, on accts. of state har- 
bor comrs. (official term of J. S. Grey, secy.) 20 
pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1884. Stmt, giving current disbursements. (Bienn. 
rept. harbor comrs. 1882/4: 4-5.) 

1886-1904. Summary of receipts and disbursements. 

{Same 1884/6 (p. 3)— same 1902/4.) 
1890-1904. Examination of books and accts. by expert 

accountant. {Same 1888/90 (pp. 12-13) — same 

1902/4.) 
1891-1898. Classified stmt, of aggregate rents reed, by 

state bd. of harbor comrs. (Rept. of committee to 

make examination of state institutions 1899: 180.) 

. Same in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1896-1904. Stmt, of construction accts. nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 

5, 6. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1894/6 (pp. 14- 

24)— sajue 1902/4.) 
1904. Itemized stmt, of receipts and disbursements for 

2 fiscal yrs. endg. June 30. {Same 1902/4: 12-54.) 
. Stmt, of deferred payment draft acct. for 2 fiscal 

yrs. endg. June 30. (Same 1902/4: 59-64.) 

HAUnOR PllOTECTlO.N FuND 

1867-1877. Stmt, of condition of harbor protection 
fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1865/7 (pp. 
104-105)— same 1875/7.) 

18G7/9-1877. Harbor protection fund; receipts and pay- 
ments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1867/9 (p. 21) 
—satne 1875/7.) 

SAN DIKOO HARBOR 

1889-1898. Tables showing receipts and expenditures 
of state bd. of harbor comrs. for San Diego Bay 
each yr. (Kept, of committee to make examination 
of state institutions 1S99: 169-170.) 

. Same in App. to Jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1890-1898. Financial stmt, of receipts and disburse- 
ments. (Bienn. rept. San Diego harbor comrs. 
1889/90 (pp. 3-4)— some 1896/8.) 

1892-1904. Stmt, of condition of San Diego harbor Im- 
provement fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1890/2 (p. 99)— same 1902/4.) 

KAN KUANCISCO IIAHBOU 

1863-1904. Stmt, of S. F. harbor improvement fund, 
Nov. 4, 1863, to Juno 30, 1904. (Bienn. rept. har- 
bor comr.s. 1902/4: 57.) 

1867. Stmt, of S. F. harbor protective fund. {Same 
1865/7: 18-19.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFOIINIA 



IS? 



HARBORS— cont'd 

Receipts and Expenditures — cont'd 
Harhur Pwitkction Fund — cont'd 

SAN KUANCISrO UAKBOU — contM 

1871. stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for construction of sea- 
wall. (Blenn. rept. state controller 1809/71: 57-58.) 

1873/5. Stmt, of S. F. harbor protection fund. (Bienn. 
rept. harbor corars. 187S/5: 24.) 

1875/7-1884. Receipts and payments on S. F. harbor 
improvement fund. (A.R. state treasurer 1875/7 
(p. 14)— bienn. rept. same 1S82/4.) 

1877-1904. Stmt, of condition of S. F. harbor improve- 
ment fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1875/7 
(p. 82)— some 1902/4.) 

. Stmt, of S. F. harbor improvement fund. (Bienn. 

rept. harbor comrs. 1875/7 (pp. 10-16) — same 
1902/4.) 

1879/80-1891/3. Stmt, giving cost of completed sea- 
wall. {Same 1902/4: 65.) 

1884. Stmt, exhibiting sources from which current re- 
ceipts, as distinguished from receipts from S. F. 
harbor improvement fund, have been derived. 
(Same 1882/4: 4.) 

1898-1902. Exhibit showing condition of S. F. harbor 
improvement fund, June 30. (Same 1896/8 (p. 17) 
—same 1900/2.) 

San Diego Harbor 

serial 
1889/90-1902/4. Bienn. rept. of bd. of state harbor 
comrs. for bay of San Diego. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
unniim. 1S.S9/00 In App. to Jols. 29 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

2. l.sno/2 30 " V. 7 

unnum. 1892/4 " " " " .SI " v. 6 " 

1894/6 32 " V. 5doc [121. 

1896/8 33 '■ V. 1 " [9]. 

1898/(10 not found. 

1900/2 In App. to jols. 35 sess. V. 2 doc. [8]. 

non-serial 

1868. Rept. of federal relations committee concerning 
improvement of harbor of San Diego; recommend- 
ing turning of San Diego River into False Bay. 
5 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 2 [doc. 25].) 

1890. Recommendation that $195,000 be appropriated 
for construction of sea-wall and thoroughfare, and 
piers, at points on city front where most urgently 
needed. (Bienn. rept. San Diego harbor comrs. 
1889/90: 8.) 

. Comments on sea-wall; necessity and construc- 
tion of same. (.Same 1889/90: 4-7.) 

1890-189G. Rept. of atty. for bd. of state harbor comrs. 
for bay of San Diego. (Same 1889/90 (p. 9) — 
same 1894/6.) 

1892. Bd. desires special attention to necessity of such 
legislation as will enable it accurately to determine 
limits of bay on landward side, and extent of juris- 
diction of bd.; to fact that means should be pro- 
vided for effectually establishing this jurisdiction 
and settling at once question at issue betw. state 
and all other claimants. (Same 1890/2: 5.) 

. To amend " act to establish political code " ap- 
proved Mch. 12, 1872, by amdg. sees. 2589, 2595, 
2605, and 2606 of said code, re. establishing bd. 
of state harbor comrs. for bay of San Diego. (Batne 
1890/2: 9-10.) 

. Recommendation for apprn. to force issue of 

legal contests now standing betw. bd. and revenue, 
and to give control of water front which belongs to 
state, rental of which would furnish all means re- 
quired by bd. and provide sinking fund sufficient to 
repay apprn. at early date; etc. (Same 1890/2: 6.) 

1898. Recommendation for sufficient apprn. to con- 
struct suitable wharf upon bay; income derived 
therefrom would be source of revenue to state to 



HARBORS— cont'd 
San Diego Harbor — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
such an extent that bd. could continue improve- 
ments of harbor so that they would finally be ade- 
quate to wants of present commerce. (Same 
1896/8: 5.) 
1899. Rept. on bds. of harbor comrs. of port of Eureka 
and for San Diego Bay. (Rept. of committee to 
make examination of state institutions 1899: 169- 
170.) 

. Same In App. to Jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1904. Recommendation that legislation be enacted giv- 
ing bd. authority to expend limited sum for neces- 
sary incidental expenses, and necessary cost and 
expense of protecting rights of state in bay and 
tide lands, bd. to acct. proper authority for such 
expenditures. (Bienn. rept. San Diego harbor 
comrs. 1902/4: 14.) 

. Comments on fortifications and quarantine. 

(Same 1902/4: 11.) 

. Comments on sea-wall and pier head lines. 

(Same 1902/4: 10-11.) 
ExpENUiTUBEs FOR; seo above, Receipts, etc. 
San Francisco Harbor 

For tlie water-lot controversy, see Land. 

1857. Rept. on act re. sea-wall or bulkhead for S. F. 
(Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 867-869.) 

1858. Rept. on necessity of sea-wall or bulkhead being 
constructed in front of S. F. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. pp. 
453-456.) 

1859. Rept. on bill re. sea-wall or bulkhead in S. F. 
harbor. (Same 10 sess. pp. 263-264.) 

. Repts. on immediate necessity of erection of a 

bulkhead or sea-wall in front of S. F. (Assem. jol. 
10 sess. pp. 426-432.) 

1860. Veto of act re. sea-wall or bulkhead in S. F. 
(Sen. jol. 11 sess. pp. 668-672.) 

. Rept. of special committee on act re. sea-wall or 

bulkhead in S. F. (Same 11 sess. pp. 467-469.) 

. Majority rept. of special committee on the bulk- 
head; recommending passage, with amdmts., of bill 
allowing construction, by private co., of bulkhead 
along water front of S. F., involving its extension, 
which, it is claimed, will prevent " filling in " ma- 
terial from sliding into docks, and thereby elevat- 
ing water of harbor to such an extent that ships 
cannot come within convenient distance of ware- 
houses. 6 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 11 sess. doc. [13].) 

. Same; minority rept. 37 pp. (Same 11 sess. 

doc. [14].) 

. Rept. on act to provide for better protection of 

water front of S. F. (Assem. jol. 12 sess. pp. 813- 
814.) 

. Veto of act re. water front adjacent to block no. 

9, in S. F. (Sen. jol. 12 sess. pp. 746-747.) 

1866. Rept. of T. R. Brooks, . . . and table of sound- 
ings along the water front of city of S. F., Mch. 
8 pp. 

. Same. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1865/7: 40- 

43.) 

1867. Specifications for bldg. sea-wall along water 
front of S. F. (Satne 1865/7: 1-6.) 

1868. Rept. [favorable] of jt. committee proceedings 
re. state harbor comrs. [with particular notice of 
the sea-wall of S. F.] 20 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. 
v. 2 [doc. 7].) 

1869. Map of water front of S. F. from south line of 
Chestnut St. to north line of Harrison St. (Bienn. 
rept. harbor comrs. 1867/9.) 

1869-1902. Comments on sea-wall along water front of 
city and co. of S. F. and works appertaining there- 
to. (Same 1867/9 (pp. 3-12)— same 1900/2.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



HARBORS— cont'd 

San Francisco Harbor— cont'd 

1871-1873. Kept, of engr. of sea-wall. {Same 1869/71 

(pp. 21-25)— same 1871/3.) 
1873. Rept. to bd. of state harbor comrs. on water 
front of city of S. F.; by J. T. Arnold, engr. of 
sea-wall, S. F. 20 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

Surmised by compiler to be a reprint of pp. 9-32 of the 

Bienn. rept. of the harbor comrs. for 1871/3, being 

the regular blenn. rept. of T. J. Arnold, engr. of 

the sea wall, and a special rept. by Arnold on the 

preservation of timber. 

1878. Rept. of bd. of state harbor comrs. on new water 

front line of S. F. 16 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. 

V. 4 [doc. 49].) 

. Petition in relation to harbor front, S. F. 2 11. 

(Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 24].) 
North Beach Improvement. 
1880. Comments on urgent repairs and opinion of bd. 
that whole width of roadway along water front 
should be kept in repair by state. (Bienn. rept. 
harbor comrs. 1879/80: 8.) 
1882. Rept. of bd. of engrs. apptd. to examine into mat- 
ter of measurement of material used in construc- 
tion of sea-wall and embankment at S. F. 51 pp. 
(App. to jols. 25 sess. v. 6 doc. [3].) 

Differs from Crane rept. In that difference betw. 
material paid for and that estimated Is not Judged 
to be very great. 

. Rept. of L. E. Crane, expert on construction of 

sea-wall, S. F. 36 pp. and tables. {Same 25 sess. 
V. 6 unnum. doc.) 

. Recommendation that apprn. for repairs of 

wharves and outer half of water front roadway be 
increased. (Bienn. rept. harbor comrs. 1880/2: 9.) 
1888. Recommendation that act re. reclaimed sea-wall 
lots be amended so that they will not be maintained 
as open spaces, and that power be given bd. to as- 
sign their use for commercial purposes during 
pleasure of bd. {Same 1880/8: 10.) 
1896-1900. Rept. of chief engr. showing general condi- 
tion of water front. {Same 1894/6 (pp. 33-37) — 
same 1898/00.) 
1899. Rept. on examination into affairs of bd. of har- 
bor comrs. of S. F. (Rept. of committee to make 
examination of state institutions 1899: G-8.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

Expenditures iob; see above, Receu'TS, etc. 
Labob; see Labob. Public Works 
Santa Barbara Harbor 

1853. Rept. re. reasons and necessity for improvement 
of Sta. Barbara harbor. 4 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1853 doc. 62.) 
Santa Cruz Harbor 

1870. Rept. of comrs. apptd. to examine harbor of Sta. 
Cruz and Salinas slough. In bay of Monterey to see 
if they can be made Into harbors of refuge. 7 pp., 

I chart. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [46].) 

Wilmington Harbor 

1870. Son. con. res. re. erection of breakwater at Wil- 
mington harbor, to which la a|)pended a rept. and 
map, prciiarcd by Gen. B. S. Alexander, U. 8. A. 

II pp., 1 maj). (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 doc. [40].) 

HATCHERIES 

Fish; see Fish and Game 

HEALTH RESORTS; see PUBLIC HEALTH 

HEMP 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

HESSIAN FLY; ace AGRICDLTURE. CROPS. PESTS 



HIGH SCHOOLS; see EDUCATION 

HOG; see AGRICULTURE. LIVESTOCK. SWINE 

HONEY 
Industry; see Industries, etc. 

HOP 
Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 

HORSE; see AGRICULTURE. LIVESTOCK 

HORTICULTURE, BOARD OF; see AGRICULTURE 

HOSPITALS; see MAINTENANCE 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY (1853) 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Bullion Production 
1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Climate; see that title 
Coal Mining 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Coal; 
these dates. 
Copper in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Cop- 
per; these dates. 
Forests; see Natural Resources 
Fruit Crop; see Agriculture. Crops 
Gold in 

1879-1880. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 

these dates. 
1881. See same; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
Horticultural Board; see Agricultiue. Horticultural Com- 
missions 
Iron in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 
Lumber Product; see Industries, etc. 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Mines and Mining 

1SS9/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 
Natural Gas in; see Natural Resources 
Petroleum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Platinum; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Silver in 

1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; 
these dates. 
Surveyor; see Land 

HUMBOLDT HARBOR; see HARBORS 

HYDESVILLE 

Climate; see that title 
Rainfall; see Climate 

HYGIENE 
Industrial; see references under Industrial Hygiene 
School; sec Education 

IDAHO 
Production 
ruKcioiH MKTAr.B; Bee NATrnAi, RiisotinrEB 

IMMIGRATION; see POPULATION. MIGRATION 



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129 



DIPORTS; see COMMERCE, ETC. 

INCOME TAX; see TAXATION: STATE 

INDEPENDENCE 
Climate; see that title 

INDIANS 

1S04-1854. General review of operation of policy of 
settling Indians on lands beyond limits of states, 
as adopted by act of Congress passed Mch. 2G, 1804, 
urging settlement of Cal. Indians In conformity 
with same. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 19-20.) 

1852. Majority and minority repts. on advisability of 
agreeing to treaties made with Indians by U. S. 
comrs. in 1851, and providing for reservation of 
lands for their use within state. (App. to Sen. jol. 
1852: 597-604.) 

1853-1854. Review of federal legislation providing for 
settlement of Indians on lands within state, and 
protest of legisl. agst. said policy. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1854: 18-19.) 

1857. Rept. of committee dissenting from govs, sug- 
gestion that present policy of gathering Indians 
into reservation within limits of state should be 
abolished. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 045-647.) 

1858. Communication from supt. of Indian affairs 
with recommendations for apptmt. of jt. commit- 
tee to visit reservation and rept. on mngmt. of 
same. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. pp. 77-78.) 

1860. Rept. of select committee re. federal Indian 
policy; protest agst. invasion of state's rights. 
(Assem. jol. 11 sess. pp. 714-716.) 

1866. Rept. of W. E. Lovett, special Indian agt. to 
supt. of Indian affairs in Cal. 8 pp. (App. to jols. 

16 sess. V. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1868. Rept. of Indian affairs committee re. Mission In- 
dians in Cal.; unfavorable to establishments of 
reservations, except for the Coahuilas. G pp. {Same 

17 sess. v. 3 [doc. 8].) 
Depredations; see War Eacpenditures 
Labor; see that title 

INDIO 
Health Resort; see Public Health 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION; see EDUCATION 

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE 
Accidents; see Insurance; do. Railroads 
Welfare Work; see Labor 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 
Reformatory; see Maintenance: State 

INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES 

See also Part I. Attention Is also called to the notes 
under the co. assessors' entries under Taxation ; 
State. .\sse.«sment, etc. 
1850. Rapid improvement in cities, and increased de- 
velopment of commercial resources. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1851.) 

. Industry of state severely taxed, and heavy 

tribute to other parts of world enforced by delay 
of Congress In establishing mint at S. P. (Same 
1851.) 
1852. Ehicouragement of mnftrea. urged. (Govs, in- 
augural address 1852.) 
1855. Cal. no longer dependent on foreign resources, 
now raising commodities sufficient for home con- 
sumption and even export. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1856: 17.) 

. Granaries, warehouses, and stores filled with 

products of state industry. (Same 1856: 7.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

18G3-1874. Comparative table of amt. and value of lead- 
ing articles of Cal. produce, together with treas- 
ure, excluslv.i of duties. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1874: 507-510.) 

1866. Two causes which haTS combined to retard pro- 
gress In mnfg. Interest: scarcity of operations and 
high price of laLor. (Same 186G/7: 8G.) 

. Brief review o£ industrial occupations of state 

during yr., and results accomplished. (Same 
1866/7: 33-46.) 

. Address ou in.lustrlal progress of state and 

questions affecting It:; growth. (Bame 186G/7: 77- 
88.) 

1870. Address of Hon A. A. Sargent setting forth 
causes for slow gri)wth of state: dilUculty of ac- 
quiring lands cheaiiy, land monopolies, remedial 
legislation suggested; exhausting production of 
wheat; extravagance of life and ideas, born of the 
flush days of state; anomalous condition of labor 
market. (Same 1870/1: 81-92.) 

. On general condition of state: anticipated im- 
petus to business by completion of Pacific R.R. not 
realized; on contrary merchants, mnftrers., etc. of 
state brought into competition with those of the 
east. (Same 1870/1: 55-56.) 

1871. Incumbrances to state's prosperity; scarcity of 
population in rural distrs.; land monopolies; immi- 
gration to be encouraged. (Same 1870/1: 14-19.) 

1872-1874. Encouragement should be given to estab- 
lishment of manufactories in state. (Same 1872 
(pp. 8-9)— same 1874.) 

1879. Address on the industrial growth of Cal. (Same 
1879: 109-115.) 

1886. Difficulty attending mnfg. in state. (6 A.R. 
state mineralogist 1885/6 pt. 1: 15-16.) 

1887. Veto of act to protect mnfg. industries of state. 
(Assem. jol. 27 sess. pp. 693-694.) 

1893. Review of industrial condition of state. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1893: 84-89.) 
1895. The future development of resources and indus- 
tries of state, — three great purposes towards ac- 
complishing this: completion of Nicaragua Canal; 
more direct consideration by federal govt.; con- 
version of state's water power into electrical en- 
ergy. Address by Hon. J. W. Mitchell. (Same 
1895: 98-103.) 
1895/6. Effect of roads upon industrial improvement; 
by R. C. Irvine. 8 pp. (Bureau of highways bull. 
4 [1895/6].) 
1903. Protest agst. passage of Sen. bill 354 to protect 
mnfg. industries of state. (Assem. Jol. 35 sess. pp. 
G65-G66; Sen. jol. p. 402.) 

COLUSA COUNTY 
1874. Industrial surveys of Colusa, San Diego, and 
Sonoma cos.; situation, extent, surface, and re- 
sources. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1874: 369-416.) 
SAN DIEGO COUNTY 
See above, Colusa co. 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY 
1877-1879. Rept. of city and co. assessor of S. P. on 
mechanical and mnfg. Industries. (Trans, state 
agric. Bocy. 1878 (pp. 362-369)— some 1879.) 
1890-1898. Statistics of mechanics and mnfg. indus- 
tries of city and co. of S. P. for fiscal yr. endg. 
June 30. (Bienn. rept. equalization bd. 1889/90 
(pp. 87-92)— some 1897/8.) 

SONOMA COUNTY 
See above, Colusa co. 
Brick-making 

1861. Veto of act to prohibit burning of brick within 
certain limits in city and co. of S. P. (Assem. Jol. 
12 sess. pp. 351-352.) 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY 
See Natural Resources. Mineral. Sacramento Co. 



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INDEX TO DOCXIMBNTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Butter; see below, Dairy 
Canneries 
Pish 

See also Salmon, under Fish and Game. 
1876. Establishment of salmon canneries on Sacra- 
mento at Collinsville and opposite Sacramento. (4 
bienn. rept. comrs. of fisheries 1876/7: 11.) 
1878-1879. See Fish and Game. Salmon; these dates. 
1884. List of salmon canneries obtaining fish from the 
Sacramento, of canneries on the Columbia, and in 
British Columbia and Alaska. (S bienn. rept. 
comrs. of fisheries 1S83/4: 32-33.) 
1885-1886. On acct. of small run of salmon more than 
half of canneries were closed; prospect for pack of 
1887 not encouraging. (9 same 1885/6: 15.) 
Feutt 
1883. Paper on orchard canning; by R. Wheeler. (A. 
R. bd. hortic. 1883: 114-117.) 
, 1890-1899. Comparative table showing Cal. canned fruit 
pack for 10 yrs., with comments. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1899: 12.) 
1890-1904. Cumulative comparative table of no. cases 
of Cal. canned fruit packed each yr. (7 bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1899/00 (p. 41) — same comr. hortic. 
1903/4.) 
1898. Examination of canned fruits; amt. of sugar in 
canned fruits for which govt, should grant a draw- 
back when goods are exported; by G. E. Colby. 
(A.R. agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 157-159.) 
• — ■ — . Investigations of canned products; by E. W. Hll- 

gard and G. E. Colby. (Same 1897/8: 159-164.) 
1900. Future trade possibilities in canned and dried 
fruits. (7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 147-155.) 

. The canning industry — from orchard to table, 

from a canner's standpoint. (7 same 1899/00: 143- 
147.) 
1902. List of fruit and vegetable canneries in state. 
(8 saine 1901/2: 49-50.) 

. Trade possibilities in Cal. canned and dried 

fruits; by I. Jacobs. (8 same 1901/2: 282-286.) 
Cattle Foods 

I.nspkctio.n; see below, that title 
Cheese; see below, Dairy 
Consumption 
Gold 

1874-1885. Historical table showing ann. consumption 
of gold in industrial arts in U. S. (6 A.R. state 
mineralogist 18S.V6 pt. 2: 71.) 
Cotton; see below. Textiles 
Creameries; see below, Dairy 
Dairy Industry 

serial 
1895/6-1902/4. Rept. of state dairy bureau, 1-5. 
Checklist 

1. Isn.VS Sacramento, ISOO. 41 pp. 

2. 1806/8 Snn Francisco, 1898. 37 pp. 

3. 18ns/00 n. p., n. d. 00 pp. 

4. l!)00/2 Sacramento, liK)2. 58 pp. 

5. in02/4 Sacramento, lOOn. c;! pp. 
In Collected doc.i. as follows: 

1. 1805/0 In App. to Jols. 32 sess. v. 7 doc. lU. 
2-3. lSi)0/8-18il«/O0 not found. 
4. 1(10(1/2 In App. to Join. 35 sess. v. 2 doc. I 22 J. 
B. 11)02/4 In App. to Join. :{0 sesH. v. 3 unnuni. doc. 
7ion-serial 
1889-1901. Comparative table showing receipts of but- 
ter, cheese, and eggs at S. P. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 161.) 
1893. Dairy farming In Cal., its future possibilities; 

by R. Aahbtirner. (Same 1893: 135-137.) 
1894-1895. Condition of dairy Interests of state. (Same 

1894 (pp. 23-24)— Sdjne 1895.) 
1895. Tho dairy for Cal.; by L. P. Shields. (Hamc 
189S: 118-120.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Dairy Industry — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1895-1901. Milk test at state fair; tabulated stmt, of 

results. (Same 1895 (pp. 95-97)— some 1901.) 
1896. Table showing value of dairy industry of state 

for yr. (1 rept. dairy bureau 1895/6: 14.) 
. Recommendation that legisl. pass law making 

the bureau a permanent comn. (1 same 1895/6: 

10.) 
. List of cases prosecuted for violation of present 

dairy law. (1 same 1895/6: 15-16.) 
1897-1899. Comparative table giving value of dairy 

products of state. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 

31-32.) 
1898/9-1899/00. Same; showing amt. and value of 

dairy products. (Same 1900: 113.) 

1899. On condition of dairying in state. (Same 1899: 
29-32.) 

1900. Animal and dairy industries in Cal.; by L. An- 
derson. (Same 1900: 112-124.) 

1900-1902. Table showing ann. value of dairy output to 
state. (4 rept. dairy bureau 1900/2: 25.) 

1901-1903. Table giving amt. and value of dairy pro- 
ducts of Cal. (11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 
1902/4: 114.) 

1902. Rept. of chemist. (4 rept. dairy bureau 1900/2: 
29.) 
Butter 

1889-1896. Table showing no. of dairies mnfg. butter 
by separator process. (1 rept. dairy bureau 1895/6: 
15.) 

1896. Concerning enforcement of act to prevent decep- 
tion in mnftre. and sale of butter and cheese. (1 
same 1895/6: 5-6.) 

1896-1901. Comparative table showing butter and 
cheese produced in state. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1901: 161.) 

1897-1902. Table showing amt. of butter in lbs. pro- 
duced during 2 yrs. covered by this rept. compared 
with that of former yrs. (4 rept. dairy bureau 
1900/2: 21.) 

1901-1902. Table showing receipts in S. P., during dif- 
ferent mos., of butter produced. (4 same 1900/2: 
22.) 

1902. " Process " butter law, became law under consti- 
tutional provision, without govs, approval, Feb. 23, 
1899. (4 same 1900/2: 51.) 

. Table showing btitter production In lbs. for each 

CO. In state for each yr. endg. Oct. 1, 1901 and 1902. 
(4 same 1900/2: 20.) 
Cheese 

1865. Cheese making; stmt, by S. Cole, whose cheese 
was awarded first premium. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1864/5: 306-308.) 

1896. Comments on filled cheese. (1 rept. dairy bu- 
reau 1895/6: 11-13.) 

. List of creameries and cheese factories In state. 

(1 same 1895/6: 18-21.) 

1900-1902. Table showing cheese receipts In S. P. (4 
same 1900/2: 23.) 

1 901-] 902. Table showing cheese production In state. 
(4 same 1900/2: 23.) 

1902. List of cheese mnftres. in state. (4 same 1900/2: 
39-45.) 

CREAMr.niES 

1896. See above. Cheese; this date. 

1901. Creamery scores at state fair. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1901: 52.) 

1902. LiHt of creameries of Cal. (4 rept. dairy bureau 
1900/2: 33-38.) 

EXI'ENDrrilllEH 

1896. Financial slml. (1 rept. dairy bureau 1895/6: 
21-22.) 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Dairy Industry — cont'd 
Bxi'KNiJiTi'Bts — cont'd 
1900-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. 
of each appin. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for dairy bureau. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1898/00 (p. 88) — 
same 1902/4.) 
1902. Financial stmt, for 52d and 53d fiscal yrs. {4 
rept. dairy bureau 1900/2: 28.) 
Law 

1896. Cal. state dairy law — approved Mch. 9, 1895. 

(1 rept, dairy bureau 1895/6: 23-27.) 
1902. Law re. butter and cheese approved Mch. 4, 
1897. (4 same 1900/2: 46-53.) 
Exhibitions 

1851-1885. History of former World's Fairs, compiled 
from various sources. (5 A. It. state mineralogist 
1884/5: 13-50.) 

1866. Preparations for Paris Exposition. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1866/7: 66-76.) 

1867. Rept. of comr. to Paris Exposition. {Same 
1866/7: 251-347.) 

. Same; separate. 99 pp. 

1876. Majority rept. of jt. committee re. appropriating 

money in aid of Centennial Exposition. 9 pp. 

(App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc.) 

1882. Rept. on National Mining and Industrial Expo- 
sition, held at Denver, Colo., Aug., 1882, W. B. 
Ewer, comr. from Cal.; stating reason for Cal's. 
non-exhibit, and showing need for some provision 
for future contingencies, and a permanent indus- 
trial pxhibit; also memorial recommending another 
mining exhibition in 1883; appended, series of let- 
ters on Denver exposition written by comr. to 
"Mining and Scientific Press." 110 pp. (Same 25 
sess. v. 5 doc. [7].) 

1883. Special mess, of Gov. Stoneman re. International 
Exhibition at Amsterdam; transmitting letter from 
Jas. de Fremery, consul of the Netherlands, request- 
ing an exhibit from Cal. 6 pp. (Same 25 sess. 
T. 1 doc. [3].) 

1886. Rept. of A. Andrews, U. S. comr. for Cal. at 
World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exhibi- 
tion, New Orleans, Dec. 16. 1884 to June 1, 1885. 
67 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1890. The World's Fair at Chicago. (14 rept. supt. 
public instruction 1888/90; 37.) 

1890-1891. The World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890 (pp. 20-23) — same 
1891.) 

1891/2. Bienn. rept. of progress re. proposed exhibit of 
Cal., at Chicago, 1893. 19 pp., 2 pi. (App. to jols. 
30 sess. v. 1 doc. [15].) 

1893. Communication and itemized stmt, of all ex- 
penditures made and paid out of apprn. for Cal. 
exhibit at World's Columbian Exposition. (Sen. 
jol. 30 sess. pp. 922-925.) 

1894. Final rept. [of initiative work; financial stmt, of 
expenditures, official lists of awards; typical com- 
ments by the foreign press, etc.] incl. description of 
all exhibits from Cal. at World's Columbian Expo- 
sition, Chicago, 1893. 240 pp., 2 maps, 1 plan, 62 pi. 
(App. to jols. 31 sess. v. 2 doc. [1].) 

1897(?). Rept. and recommendations by comn. that 
represented Cal. at Hamburg Exposition. 26 pp., 
5 pis. 

1897. Veto of act appropriating money to pay expenses 
of collecting, preparing, forwarding, etc., an ex- 
hibit of products of Cal. at Tenn. Centennial Expo- 
sition. (Sen. jol. 32 sess. pp. 637-638.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Exhibitions — cont'd 

1901. Rept. on investigation of all transactions of 
Paris Exposition comn. (Assem. jol. 34 sess. pp. 
521-524.) 

. Rept. on govs. mess, referring to Paris Exposi- 
tion comn. (Same 34 sess. p. 95.) 

. Rept. of Cal. Paris Exposition comn. (Sen. jol. 

34 sess. pp. 109-111; Assem. jol. pp. 83-84.) 

1904. Reasons for a Cal. exhibit at Belgium Exposi- 
tion. (1 blenn. rept. comr. hortlc. 1903/4: 369-371.) 

. Res. in favor of further apprn. for agric. educa- 
tion and of a state exhibit in Belgium, passed by 
Fruit Growers' Convention. (1 same 1903/4: 385.) 

Fertilizers 

1904. Commercial fertilizers; by Geo. Roberts. 29 (1) 
pp. (Agric. exper. station bull. 157.) 
Inspection; see that title, below 
Flour 
Inspection; see that title, below 

Food Law 

1876/7. Adulteration of food, drinks, and drugs; by 
J. F. Montgomery. (4 bienn. rept. bd. of health 
1876/7: 72-74.) 

Efforts In Cal. to Introduce legislation regulating 
adulteration. 

1891. Memorials to Congress from Cal. Fruit Growers' 
Convention praying for legislation to prohibit adul- 
teration of food products in this country and im- 
portation of adulterated food products. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 447.) 

1904. Recommendation for passage of pure food law 
with provision for prosecuting violations. (1 bienn. 
rept. same 1903/4: 195-196; 386.) 
Adultebation ; see below. Inspection 
See also Liquor (Wine), below. 
Fruit 

1872-1885. Comparative tables showing increase in pro- 
duction of canned fruits, dried fruits, raisins, vege- 
tables, brandy, and wine, and corresponding de- 
crease in average rate of transportation. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1885: 179-180.) 

1881. Rept. on fruit packages recommending free pack- 
age system; communication from comrs. urging 
abolition of baskets and use of boxes of uniform 
size. (1 A.R. hortic. comr. 1882: 56-57.) 

. Rept. of committee on fruit packing. (1 same 

1882: Gl.) 

. Repts. on fruit shipping to Eastern states and 

west of Omaha. (1 same 1882: 57-59.) 

1883. Discussion of subject of free boxes for fruit. 
(2 same 1883: 111-114.) 

1885-1888. Comparative table giving summary of 
raisin, dried fruit, nut, and honey product of state. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1889: 264.) 

1886. Discussion of the Allegretti air purifier preserv- 
ing room system; also the cold storage system. 
(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 303-306; 490-497; 
502-505.) 

1889. The fruit industry of Cal.; its growth and devel- 
opment, and present and future importance; by 
Gen. N. P. Chipman. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1889: 256-288.) 

. Review of fruit industry in Cal. (A.R. bd. 

hortic. 1889: 5-8.) 

. Action taken to press matter of bldg. and fur- 
nishing fruit cars by r.rs. and of securing lower 
rates. (Same 1889: 441-442.) 

1890. Preservative fluids for fresh fruits, sulphuring 
of dried fruits; by Hilgard. 4 pp. (Agric. exper. 
station, bull. 86.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. station 1890: 126-131.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Fruit — cont'd 

1891. Memorial to Congress from Cal. Fruit Growers' 
Convention requesting assistance in obtaining and 
disseminating knowledge re. foreign fruit products, 
also legislation to prohibit adulteration of food 
products in this country, and the importation of 
such adulterated products. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1891: 
447.) 

1891-1904. Review of fruit season in Cal.; demand and 
prices of each variety. (Same 1891 (pp. 55-64) — 
bienn. rept. comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1893. Favorable rept. on Perkins process of preserv- 
ing fruit in storage and transportation; discussion. 
(4 bienn. rept. same 1893/4: 263-264: 275-278.) 

. Rept. on markets and transportation; prospects 

of finding market in cities and sections not yet 
reached, and of securing quicker time for fruit 
shipments; freight rates; charges for packing, 
carrying, etc., investigated, with view of ascertain- 
ing proportion reed, by growers from gross sales 
of shipments to Eastern markets. (4 savie 1893/4: 
278-284.) 

1894. Damage to Cal. fruit industry from strike which 
tied up all trans-continental lines. (4 same 1893/4: 
397-399.) 

. Markets for future crops. (4 same 1893/4: 410- 

412.) 

1900. The marketing of Cal. fresh fruit in the East. 
(7 same 1899/00: 96-101.) 

. Advantages of co-operation from a packer's 

standpoint. (7 same 1899/00: 124-127.) 

1902. Cal. deciduous fruit industry — present unsatis- 
factory condition. (8 same 1901/2: 330-336.) 
Associations 

1881. Repts. of fruit growers' committee, S. F. comn. 
merchants, and committee on nurseries, with rec- 
ommendations re. enforcement of protective laws. 
(1 A.R. hortic. comrs. 1882: 55-56.) 

1889-1890. Rept. of Cal. Fruit Union. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1889 (pp. 313-318)— same 1890.) 

1891. Recommendation that fruit growers and ship- 
pers be urged to organize local traffic assns. to 
obtain representation in Traffic Assn. of Cal. (A. 
R. bd. hortic. 1891: 469.) 

1892. Establishment of a state fruit exchange at S. F. 
advised. (Same 1892: 2.) 

1892-1893. Interesting facts and figures re. Campbell 
Fruit Union of Sta. Clara Co.; Investments, ex- 
pense of operation, methods, results, etc. (4 bienn. 
rept. same 1893/4: 402-403.) 

. Repts. re. formation of a state dried fruit ex- 
change; discussion. (4 same 1893/4: 132-137; 259- 
263.) 

1894. Organization of fruit exchange; history of Cal. 
Fruit Exchange. (4 same 1893/4: 412-415.) 

1894-1 89C. Review of methods of citrus fruit exchange 
in Southern Cal. (5 same 1895/G: 71-72.) 

1900. The yrs. operations of the Cured Fruit Assn. 
(7 same 1899/00: 116-124.) 

. Rept. of Cal. Fruit Growers' and Shippers' 

Assn. (7 same 1899/00: 92-95.) 

1902. Rept. of Fresno Growers' Dried Fruit Co. (8 
same 1901/2: 412-413.) 

1904. Rept. of committee submitting plan for co-opera- 
tive marketing of dried fruits. (1 bienn. rept. 
comr. hortic. 1903/4: 271-273.) 
Cannehiieh; see above, that title 
Cbyhtallized Faurrs 

1888. Premium paper on crystallized fruits. (Bienn. 
rept. bd. hortic. 1886/8: 47-48.) 
Dkikd Fbuit 

1874. Sun-dried fruit a failure; uo error; newspaper 
extract. (Trana. state agrlc. socy. 1874: 325-328.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Fruit — cont'd 
Deied Fruit — cont'd 

1881. Rept. of committee on dried fruits. (1 A.R. 

hortic. comrs. 1882: 60.) 
1883-1886. Comparative table showing production of 

each variety of dried fruit; comments. (Bienn. 

rept. same 1885/6: 513-514.) 
1884-1899. Same; giving output of dried peaches In 

Cal. (7 same 1899/00: 44.) 
1885-1888. Ann. review of dried fruit, raisin, prune, 

almond, walnut, peanut, and honey crop of Cal.; 

by G. W. Meade & Co., S. F. (Trans, state agrlc. 

socy. 1885 (pp. 203-209)— some 1888.) 
1886. Review of dried fruits and nut crops of yr. 

(Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1885/6: 428-434.) 
1886-1890. Discussion of methods of fruit drying. 

(Same 1885/6 (pp. 200-266)— A.R. same 1890.) 
1889/90. Rept. of J. B. J. Portal, special agt. to investi- 
gate market of dried wine grapes in Europe. (A. 

R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 64-67.) 
1890-1899. Comparative tables showing dried prune 

product for state during 10 yrs., with comments. 

(Trans, state agric socy. 1899: 11-12.) 
1891(7). Cal. dried fruits and how to use them; by 

Prof. C. H. Allen, of San Jos6. 8 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1891. Review of dried fruit market of yr. (A.R. bd. 
hortic. 1891: 90-91.) 

1891-1904. Cumulative comparative table giving Cal. 

dried fruit output. (8 bienn. rept. same 1901/2 

(p. 32) — same comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 
. Comparative table showing steady Increase in 

output of dried figs each yr. (7 same 1899/00 (p. 

50) — same comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1892. Sulphuring in fruit drying unfavorably com- 
mented on. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1891/2: 
127-128.) 

. New use for dried grapes — medicinal. (4 bienn. 

rept. bd. hortic. 1893/4: 233-234.) 

1893-1899. Comparative table showing dried fruit pro- 
duct each yr., with comments. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1899: 10-11.) 

1893-1903/4. Cumulative comparative table giving 
dried fruit pack, by varieties. (7 bienn. rept. bd. 
hortic. 1899/00 (p. 43)— .sujne comr. hortic. 1903/4.) 

1896. Cal. dried fruits and how to cook them. 15 pp. 
20°. (State agric. socy.) 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

ExpoBTS; see Commisrce 

FituiT Exchanges; see above. Associations 

Imports; see Commerce 

Raisin 

1873-1888. Comparative table showing magnitude and 

growth of raisin and wine industry. (Trans, state 

agric. socy. 1889: 265.) 
1873-1890. Comparative stmt, of production of raisins 

in state. (A.R. bd. vitlc. comrs. 1891/2: 46.) 

. Same; with comments. (Same 1889/90: 20-21.) 

1880. Pa))er on Cal. raisins. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 

1880: 185-190.) 
. Raisin making in Spain; comparison with Cal. 

methods; prospects for future market. (1 A.R. bd. 

vltlc. comrs. rev. ed. 1880: 33-39.) 
1881-1886. Comparative table showing no. of boxes and 

lbs. of raisins produced. (Bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 

1885/6: 511.) 
1883. Paper on raisin production In state, and discus- 
sion. (A.R. .some 1883: 59-64.) 
1885-1898. Comparative table showing rulsln product, 

with commouta. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1899: 

13-15.) 
1886. Cal. ralslna, from vino to table; by Geo W. 

Meade, of S. F. (Same 188G: 246-248.) 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Fniit — cont'd 
Raisin — cont'd 

1887. Bleaching seedless Sultana raisins; app. 3 to 
ann. rept. chief executive vltlc. officer. (A.R. bd. 
vltlc. comrs, 1S87: 103-106. 1 

1888. Raisin drying, packing, and preparing for mar- 
ket; paper and discussion. (Rept. G ann. state 
vltlc. convention 1888: 17-34.) 

. The raisin industry. [From the " Chlno Cham- 
pion," San Bernardino Co.] (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1888: 150.) 

1889. Raisin Industry In state; by B. N. Rowley. (A. 
R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1889/90: 68-73.) 

1890. Table showing no. of boxes of raisins shipped 
from different points in state. (A.R. bd. hortic. 
1891: 83.) 

1890-1892. Comment on production of raisins In state. 
(A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 13.) 

1891. Detailed rept. on raisin industry in San Joa- 
quin distr., giving statistics of total acreage, acre- 
age In bearing, and acreage not producing In each 
CO. (Same 1891/2: 45-52.) 

Shipments; see Commerce 
Glass 

1858-1889. Mnftre. of glass in state — history, condi- 
tion, and future of business. (9 A.R. state mineral- 
ogist 1888/9: 324-329.) 
Grape Synip 

1893. Grape syrup. 15 pp., 16 pis. (App. A to A.R. bd. 
vltlc. comrs. 1893.) 

Honey 

1899. Comment on condition of honey industry In 
state. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 23-24.) 

Insecticides 

Inspection; see that title, below 

Inspection 

1849. Provision Inspection urged for S. F., to prevent 
great losses suffered from purchase of injured and 
spoiled provisions. (Govs. ann. mess. 1849.) 

1885/6. Examinations and analyses of vegetable pro- 
ducts; syrups from Alvarado sugar factory, and 
oranges and lemons. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 
1885/6: 69-72.) 

1892/4-1902/3. Analyses of foods, fodder stuffs, sugar- 
beets, etc. (Bienn. rept. agric. exper. stations 
1892/4 (pp. 214-225)— some 1901/3.) 
Cattle Foods 

1891. Investigations and analyses of cattle foods of 
Cal. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1891/2: 119-127.) 

1903/4. Rept. of division of feeding-stuffs, dairy pro- 
ducts, and nutrition Investigations. {Same 1903/4: 
49-70.) 
Pebtilizebs 

1876/7-1896/7. Analyses of commercial fertilizers and 
gypsum. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 1876/7 (pp. 
54-55) — same agric. exper. stations 1895/7.) 
Not found In ann. rept. 1881/2. 

1885. Cautionary observations re. commercial valua- 
tions of fertilizers; analyses of fertilizers by Va. 
Dept. of Agric. reproduced. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1885: 189-192.) 

1892. A fertilizer-control law needed in state; also a 
package law to regulate use of fruit boxes by firms 
and Individuals. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 5.) 

1903/4. Rept. of division of fertilizer control. (A.R. 

agric. exper. stations 1903/4: 74-76.) 
1904. The new fertilizer law. 6 pp. (Unnum. circu- 
lar, agric. exper. station.) 

Comment on and text of Act to regulate sale of com- 
mercial fertilizers. 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Inspection — cont'd 
Fi.oni 

1852. Rept. of state flour Inspector, with stmt, of flour 
Inspected, fees collected, and expenses, .Tune 1 to 
Dec. 31. 2 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 18.) 

. Minority rept. objecting to act for apptmt. of 

flour Inspectors. (Assem. jol. 1852: 148-149.) 

. Rept. re. need for flour Inspection reviewing 

frauds and evils connected with flour trade In Cal., 
and prevalence of practice of selling damaged flour 
and mixing damaged with good. (Sojne 1852: 388- 
390.) 
Food and Drugs 

serial 

Tinrtpr Act of Mcti. n, 18S5. 
1884/G-1890/2. Rept. of state analyst, 1-4. (9 bienn. 
rept. bd. health 1886 (pp. 75-79)— 12 same 1890/2.) 
non-serial 
1892/4-1902/3. See above. Inspection, these dates. 
1900. Memorials and res. adopted by Fruit Growers' 
Convention re. adulteration of food products; etc. 
(7 bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1899/00: 23-25.) 
Insecticides 
1879. Rept. of examination of Persian insect powder 
and buhach. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 1878/9: 
68-71.) 
1903/4. Examination of paris green and other arseni- 
cals used in spraying: table of results. (A.R. agric. 
exper. stations 1903/4: 44-47.) 
Liquors 

See also below. Liquor. Analyses. 
1852. Rept. of state liquor ganger of S. F. re. receipts 
May 25, 1852, to Jan. 1, 1853. 2 pp. (App. to Sen. 
jol. 1853 doc. 63.) 

1856. Petitions for retaining office of state liquor 
gauger. (Sen. jol. 185G: 397.) 

. Petition of liquor tradesmen of S. F. for repeal 

of act apptg. liquor gauger passed May 3, 1852, 
objecting to compulsory feature of same. (Same 
1856: 343.) 

1857. FFavorablej rept. of special committee to whom 
was referred mess, of gov. apptg. G. W. Ryder to 
oflSce of gauger of wines and liquors of city of S. 
F. 19 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 8 sess. doc. [6].) 

Ot.ives and Olive OrL 

1893. Review of act passed by last legisl. to regulate 
sale of Imitation olive oil: attention called to pro- 
posed constitutional amdmt. re. taxing trees and 
vines; pure food bill failed to pass. (4 bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1893/4: 2-4.) 

1903/4. Table giving analyses of fruits, olive oils, 
pickled olives, sulphurs, etc. (A.R. agric. exper. 
stations 1903/4: 48.) 
Preservatives 

1895. Examination and analysis of preservative fluid 
of Maraschino cherries. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 
1894/5: 180.) 

SUOAB 

1895. Proximate analyses of sugar-cane sorghum, 
maize, etc. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1894/5: 
1G3-164.) 
Lime 

1863-1883. Historical table giving ann. receipts of lime 
at S. F.; entire quantity being product of state. 
(4 A.R. state mineralogist 1883/4: 108.) 
Lumber 

1871. Scarcity of hard timber In state has operated to 
retard mnftre. of wagons, carriages, and agric. 
machinery; recommendation that liberal apprn. be 
made for artificial forest culture. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1870/1: 21-22.) 

1872-1877. Comparative table showing receipts of lum- 
ber In S. F. markets. (Some 1877: 148.) 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Lumber — cont'd 

1872-1881. Stmt, of ann. receipts of lumber in S. F. 
(2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 210-216.) 

1875-1876. Comparative table giving no. and product 
of saw-mills in state by cos. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1877: 146.) 

1878. Pacific coast woodlands; tables of surveyed tim- 
ber lands, by cos.; varieties of timber; exportation 
of Cal. forest tree seeds; list of Cal. redwood saw- 
mills and capacity; lumbering in the Sierras; ann. 
receipts of lumber in S. F. and value, etc. {Same 
1877: 141-149.) 

1882. Lumber and fuel in state considered with refer- 
ence to mining interests; drafts already made on 
timber preserves; coast co. forests; flumes; saw- 
mills. (2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 202-216.) 

1889. Stmt, showing lumber product of Humboldt Co.; 
by mills. (10 A.R. same 1889/90: 206.) 

1892. Lumbering operations in Humboldt and Fresno 
cos. (4 bienn. rept. forestry bd. 1890/2: 52-53.) 

1899-1903. Table showing timber production. (11 
bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 115.) 

1902. Remarks on lumber-making industry in Cal. (10 
same 1901/2: 25-28.) 
Meat 

1894. Comment on German embargo on Amer. meats. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1894: 19.) 
Liquor 
Analyses; see also above, Inspection 

1880-1884. Descriptive list of all Zinfandel wines thus 
far analyzed. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 
1883/5: 65-67.) 

1881/2. Descriptive list of contributed wines, with 
table showing results of analyses, discussion of va- 
rieties, characteristics of localities from which 
they come. (Bienn. rept. agric. college 1881/2: 150- 
163.) 

1883/4. List of wine samples reed. (Rept. of vitic. 
work agric. college 1883/5: 54-55.) 

1883/4-1885/6. Table of analyses of wines sent for ex- 
amination each season. (Same 1883/5 (pp. 59-60; 
155-156)— same 1885/6.) 

. Descriptive list of wines sent in for analysis. 

(Same 1883/5 (pp. 56-58; 152-154)— some 1885/6.) 

1884. Vitic. Inspections and consultations with vine- 
growers and local societies; inadequacy of support 
of chief vitic. ofliccr; necessity of organization to 
promote mutual interests and to defend vitic. agst. 
its enemies. (2 A.R. chief executive vitic. officer 
1882/4: 15-17.) 

. Examinations of red wines from Sonoma and 

Napa cos. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 
21.) 

. Same. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 

1885/6: 72-74.) 

1885. Analyses of Sta. Clara Valley red wines; by 
Hllgard. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 43.) 

. Same. (Rept. vltlc. work agric. college 1883/5: 

74-75.) 
1890-1895. Analyses of wines sent for examination. 

(Same 1887/93: 370-372.) 
. Descriptive list of wines reed, for examination. 

(Same 1887/93: 364-369.) 
Brandy 

1865-1890. Comparative table exhibiting total produc- 
tion of brandy for each of last 26 yrs. (A.R. bd. 

vltlc. comrs. 1889/90: 17.) 
1871. Wine and brandy statistics. (Trans, state agric, 

Hocy. 1870/1: 502-503.) 
1875-1887. See bolow. Wine; these dates. 
1879-1881. Comparative table showing amt. of brandy 

rend, at S. F. from Interior. (2 A.R. bd. vltlc. 

comrs. 1881: 19.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Liquor — cont'd 
Beandy — cont'd 

1881. See below, Wine: this date. 

1888. Distillation of grape brandy; how to establish 

and conduct a distillery. (Rept. 6 ann. state vitic. 

convention 1888: 112-128.) 

. See also below. Wine; this date. 

1888-1890. Comment on production of brandy; list of 

distilleries registered to Sept. 1, 1890. (A.R. bd. 

vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 16-20.) 
18S9/90-1900/1. See below. Wine; these dates. 
1890-1892. Comment on production of brandy. (A.R. 

bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 12-13.) 

. See also below, Wine; these dates. 

1891. Rept. of F. A. West, on possible sale of brandy 

and concentrated must to Eastern wine markets. 

(2 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 60.) 
Exhibitions 

1884. Exhibit of wines made at ann. vitic. convention. 

(Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 1883/5: 150-152.) 

1888. Catalogue of wine and brandies exhibited. (Rept. 
6 ann. state vitic. convention 1888: 212-218.) 

1888-1890. Work of comn. in promoting demand and 
aiding sale of vitic. product; history of exhibit and 
cafg in S. F. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 7-11.) 

1889. Repts. of committees on wine exhibits at ann. 
vitic. convention. (Same 1889/90: 13-15.) 

1894. On mismngmt. of vitic. exhibit at World's Fair, 
Chicago. (Same 1893/4: 7-11.) 

. The Midwinter Fair display. (Same 1893/4: 79- 

104.) 
Inspection; see above, that title 
Wine 

No distinction Is made by Cnl. In her repts. between 
her vltlcvilfnral nnd vlniciilfurnl interests. Both 
are eonippiserl within the repts. of the vitic. oomrs. 
Wherever possible the distinction has been made in 
this inflex. i)iit It Is a(1vlsal)le that persons in- 
terested in either the culture of the Rrape In Cal. 
or in the wine Industry of Cal., should use both 
groups of material. 
See also .Sericulture. Crops. Crape. 
1770-1888. Short historical sketch of vitic. in state 
begun by old mission fathers, and review of work 
done by bd. of vitic. comrs. since its organization 
in 1880. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1887: 7-21.) 
1859. Rept. on native wines. (Trans, state agric. socy. 

1859: 300-303.) 
1861. Rept. on growth, culture, and Improvement of 
grapevine in Cal. (Assem. jol. 12 sess. pp. 253- 
260.) 
1871. Wine and brandy statistics. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 1870/1: 502-503.) 
1873-1888. Comparative table showing magnitude and 
growth of raisin and wine Industry. (Same 1889: 
265.) 
1874. Vinlc: Cal's. wine interest; vinlc. in the foot- 
bills. (Same 1874: 329-337.) 
1875-1887. Comparative table showing receipts of Cal. 
wine and lirandy nt S. P. from interior for 13 yrs. 
(A.R. bd. Title, comrs. 1887: 20.) 
1877. Chemical composition of Cal. wines; by W. I. 
Macadam, lecturer on chemistry, Edinburgh. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1877: 117-119.) 
1877-1887. Comparative table showing amt. of wine 
produced ann. In state. (A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 
1887: 18.) 
1879. Cal. wine Interest. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1879: 125-127.) 

. Vltlc: Cal. wines; Cal. brandies. (Bienn. rept. 

agric. college 1878/9: 61-6.5.) 
1879-1881. Comparative table showing amt. of wine 
rocd. at S. F. from Interior. (2 A.R. bd. vltlc. 
comrs. 1881: 19.) 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Liquor — cont'd 
Wine — cont'd 
1879-1S85. Table of analyses of ZInfandel wines, vint- 
age of 1879-1885. (Rept. of vltlc. work agrlc. col- 
lege 1883/5: 68-fi9.) 

1880. The worst enemies of Cal. wines: Amer. hotel- 
keepers, restaurateurs, and other retailers of " fine 
wines and liquors." (1 A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. rev. 
ed. 1880: 69-71.) 

. Duties of distr. comrs. and comrs. for state at 

large. (1 same rev. ed. ISSO: 163-164.) 

. Wine as raw material; classification of Cal. 

wines; color in wine. (1 name 1880: 64-68.) 

. Vltlc. lectures in the different distrs. provided 

for by act of leRisl. (1 same 1880: 14-15.) 

. Apprn. of $10,000 a yr. for next 2 yrs. recom- 
mended. (1 .lavie 1880: 12.) 

1880-1882. Ann. rept. of vltlc. dept. (A.R. agric. col- 
lege 1880 (pp. 83-91)— bienn. rept. same 1881/2.) 

1881. Tables giving mo. receipts of wine and brandy 
at S. F., and also mo. exports by sea and by rail. 
(2 A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1881: 20-21.) 

1881-1884. Foreign corresp. (1 A.R. chief executive 

vltlc. officer 1881 (pp. xxvl-xxxii)— 2 same 1882/4.) 
1881-1894. Repts. of secy, of bd. of vltlc. comrs. (2 

A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1881 (pp. 24-27) — same 

1893/4.) 
1883-1884. List of grapes reed, at vitic. laboratory. 

(Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 1883/5: 43; 81.) 
1883-1894. Tables showing composition of musts and 

wines made in vitic. laboratory. (Same 1883/5 

(pp. 53; 148-149)— so?ne 1887/93.) 
Table of color readings a<i<1pd 1887/93. 

1884. See above. Analyses, this date. 

. Examination of Zinfandel wines; by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Agrlc. cxper. station, buli. 12.) 
. Same. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 

1883/5: 62-63.) 

. Same. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 9.) 

. Same; in part. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. col- 
lege 1883/5: 64-65.) 
. Examination of red claret wines; by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 13.) 
. Same. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 

1883/5: 70-72.) 
. Spurious and adulterated wines. (2 A.R. chief 

executive vitic. officer 1882/4: 23-24.) 
. Misc. topics: grafting, stakes, lesson from South 

Africa, samples of distillates. (2 same 1882/4: 167- 

179.) 
1884/5-1893/4. Descriptive list of grapes reed, and 

wines and musts made, by types and varieties. 

(Rept. of vltlc. work agric. college 1883/5 (pp. 83- 

144)— same 1887/93.) 

1885. Investigation of wines from rare grape varie- 
ties, Cinsaut, Petit Bouschet, Merlot, Verdot. 1 
sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 37.) 

. Same; Beclan, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sau- 

vlgnon. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 38.) 
. Same; Clairette Blanche, Roussanne, Marsanne. 

1 sheet. (Same, bull. 40.) 
. Examination of Trousseau and Berger wines. 

1 sheet. (Same, bull. 31.) 
. Vitic. and vlnic. in Cal. . . . prepared for the 

New Orleans World's Fair. 42 pp. (Vitic. comn.) 
. Investigation of wines from rare grape varieties, 

grown by Natoma Water and Mining Co., Folsom. 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 35.) 
. Must analyses, vintage of 1885. (Rept. of vitic. 

work agric. college 1885/6: 54-55.) 
. Wines of 1885; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Agrlc. 

exper. station, bull. 51.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Liquor — cont'd 
Wine — cont'd 

1885. Same. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 
1883/5: 158-159.) 

. Same. (Same 1885/6: 28-30.) 

. Brief stmt, of main points involved In process 

of wine fermentation; conservation of wines; 

points In fermentation of red wines. (Same 

1883/5: 24-41.) 
1885-1889. Stmt, of general objects and plan of work. 

(Same 1883/5 (pp. 15-20)— same 1887/9.) 
1885/6. Experiments on methods of fermentation; 

analyses of results. (Same 1885/6: 116-124.) 
. Calorimetric measurement of wines. (Same 

1885/6: 23-26.) 

1886. Table showing decrease of color of red wines 
from time of pressing until Nov. 20. (Same 
1885/G: 135.) 

. Condensed grape-must and its uses. 1 sheet. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 54.) 

. Same. (Rept. vltlc. work agric. college 1885/6: 

42-44.) 

. Comments on Dr. Springmuehl's book on Italian 

wines, throwing light on probable future of con- 
densed-must industry. (Same 1885/6: 47-51.) 

. The new viticulture bldg. (Same 1885/6: 18-20.) 

. Communication from C. A. Wetmore, vitic. offi- 
cer, re. wine industry of state, .giving immediate 
obstacles and suggested remedies. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1886: 214-216.) 

. Calorimetric measurement of wines; by Hilgard 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 60.) 

1887. Some results of fermentation made at Univ. 
vitic. laboratory. (Kept. 6 ann. state vitic. conven- 
tion 1888: 105-111.) 

. Shall Cal. make sophisticated wines? by Hilgard. 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 65.) 

— — . Experiments on methods of fermentation; by 
Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 63.) 

. Principles and practice of pasteurizing (of 

wines); by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 66.) 

. The extraction of color and tannin during red 

wine fermentation; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Same, 
bull. 77.) 

— — . Univ. distribution of seeds, plants, etc.; influ- 
ence of mode of fermentation on color of wine; 
by Wiokson. 1 sheet. (Same, bull. 68.) 

. Wine colors and color wines; by Hilgard. 1 

sheet. (Same, bull. 69.) 

. Vitic. in south of France, treatise on present 

and not approved methods of combating phylloxera 
and common fungoid diseases of vine — app. 5 to 
ann. rept. chief executive vitic. officer. (A.R. bd. 
vitic. comrs. 1887: 113-118.) 

. How to avoid and correct imperfect fermenta- 
tion — app. 4 to ann, rept. chief executive vltlc. 
officer. (Same 1887: 107-112.) 

. The pure wine bill (with comments and explana- 
tions) — app. 2 to ann. rept. chief executive vitic. 
officer. (Same 1887: 97-102.) 

. Same; separate. 8 pp. 

. Res. adopted by bd. of vitic. comrs. suggesting 

national legislation for vitic. Industry. (A.R. bd. 
vitic. comrs. 1887: 71.) 

. Remedial legislation needed re. prtg. work of 

vitic. comrs.; Increased apprn. advised. (Same 
1887: 41.) 

. Comment on Cal. foreign trade In wines and 

brandies and lack of appreciation at home; im- 
portance of national law for protection of pure 
wines and detection and prevention of those that 
are spurious. (Same 1887: 25-37.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Liquor — cont'd 
Wine — cont'd 

1887. Increase of home consumption of Cal. wines 
needed; influence of freight rates upon increase or 
decrease of eastern and interior trade. (Same 
1887: 39-40.) 

1887-1889. Stmt of average yield of must per ton of 
grapes by varieties and types. (Rept. vitic. vyork 
agric. college 1887/9: 274.) 

1887-1890. Comment on production of wine since last 
rept.; stmt, of prices of wine grapes paid during 
vintage of 1889. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 
15-16.) 

1887-1893. Statistical tables showing total receipts of 
wine and brandy from interior for 3 yrs.; total 
amt. and value of exports by sea and rail; destina- 
tion of wines shipped by sea; importations of still 
wines, champagne, and all sparkling wines, and of 
brandy. (Same 1889/90 (pp. 24-26)— same 1893/4.) 
Kept, for 1889/90 covers vrs. 18S7-1889 ; 1891/2 covers 
1890-1891 ; 1893/4 covers 1S92-1S93. 

1887/9. Preservative and remedial processes applied 
to wines of warm countries; pasteurization, cham- 
berland filtration, electrical treatment, and ozoni- 
zation. (Rept. of vitic. work agric. college 1887/9: 
277-310.) 

. Calorimetric measurement of wines. (Same 

1887/9: 25-27.) 

1888. Rept. of A. Haraszthy to R. W. Waterman, gov 
of Cal., Apr. 11. 2 p. 1., 28 pp. (Vitic. comn.) 

. Wine cellars for the interior valleys; paper and 

discussion. (Rept. 6 ann. state vitic. convention 
1888: 78-82.) 

. Wine-making machinery; paper and discussion. 

(Same 1888: 83-90.) 

. Wine and brandy-making as a profession; paper 

(Sanje 1888: 91-94.) 

. Electro-magnetism for aging wines. (Same 

1888: 95-97.) 

. Wine storage and the preserving of fruits In cold 

storage; paper and discussion. (Same 1888: 44-49.) 

. So-called sherry flavor in wine and remedies 

(Same 1888: 98-104.) 

. Fermentation; paper and discussion. (Same 

1888: 137-142.) 

. Lessons of last vintage, frosts, imperfect fer- 
mentation. (Same 1888: 143-145.) 

. Cal. wines; by Dr. J. A. Stewart. (Same 1888: 

146-149.) 

. Sophistication of wines; by Prof. W. B. Rising. 

(Same 1888: 150-157.) 

. Markets for wine; paper and discussion. {Same 

1888: 160-167.) 

. Wine storage; paper and discussion. (Same 

1888: 168-172.) 

. Rept. on samples of wines and brandies treated 

with electro-magnetism. (Same 1888: 210-211.) 

1888-1892. Drying wine grapes in Cal. (A.R. bd. vltlc. 
comrs. 1889/90 (pp. 21-22)— same 1891/2.) 

1888-1894. Minutes of meetings of vitic. comrs. (Same 
1889/90 (pp. 83-100)— .?ame 1894.) 
MInuti'H are for hlenn. periods. 

1888-1904. Stmt, showing no. of pure wine labels Is- 
sued to purchasers, names and locations of pur- 
chasers, no. used, and no. remaining In hands of 
purchasers, .lune 30. (Blenn, ropt. state controller 
1880/8 (pp. 138-139)— «oOTe 1902/4.) 

1889. Recent stagnation of wino IntercatB occasioned 
by foisting upon market an Inferior article; defects 
to be remedied by co-operation. (Trans, state 
agric. Bocy. 1889: 19-20.) 

' Rept. of C A. Wetmoro re. proposed sweet wine 

bill. (A.U. bd. vltlc. comra. 1889/90: 31-34.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Liquor — cont'd 
Wine — cont'd 

1889. Comment on premium wines. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1889: 185-186.) 

1889-1892. Repts. of manager of hall and experimental 
cellar. (A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90 (pp. 37-43) 
—same 1891/2.) 

1889/90-1900/1. Comparative table showing yrly. pro- 
duction of wines and brandy. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1901: 161.) 

1890. Comment on passage of sweet wine bill. (A.R. 
bd. vitic. comrs. 1889/90: 23.) 

. Demand for publications issued by comn. since 

1880 constant; recommendation that valuable docs, 
now unobtainable, be again put into print. (Same 
1889/90: 23.) 

. Wines: their care and treatment in cellar and 

store, together with short treatise on viniflcation; 
by R. Boireau. Translated from French. Intro- 
duction by J. H. Wheeler. (App. V, same 1889/90: 
127-271.) 

. Same; separate. 3 p. 1., 11-148 pp. 

. Wine industry recovering from period of 3 yrs. 

of depression caused by increased production con- 
sequent on extensive planting prior to 1886; im- 
portance of using only resistant stocks and graft- 
ing only finer varieties of grapes; outlook favor- 
able. (Some 1889/90: 6-7.) 

. Conservation of wines; by Hilgard. 4 pp. 

(Agric. exper. station, bull. 87.) 

. Carpen6's new methods of analysis of raw ma- 
terials containing tartrates. (Rept. of vitic. work 
agric. college 1887/9: 343-345.) 

1890-1892. Comment on production of wine in state. 
(A.R. bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 12.) 

. Comment on work of comn. in finding market 

for Cal. wines and brandies; exhibits and caf6s. 
(Same 1891/2: 8-9.) 

1891. The sweet wine investigation — extract from Pa- 
cific Rural Press, Mch. 14, 1891. (Rept. of vltlc. 
work agric. college 1887/9: 340-342.) 

. On condition of Cal. wine industry. (Trans. 

state agric. socy. 1891: 22-23.) 

. Rept. of W. C. Spencer on use of alternating 

electrical currents in treatment of wines. (A.R. 
bd. vitic. comrs. 1891/2: 61-62.) 

. How to raise the price of grapes, and an analy- 
sis of the sweet wine law; by C. A Wetmore. 15 
pp. (Vltlc. comn.) 

. Rept. of state analyst, on mnftre. of cream of 

tartar. (A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1891/2: 31-38.) 

1891-1894. Progress repts. of C. J. Wetmore, chief exec- 
utive officer. (Same 1891/2 (pp. 21-27)— same 
1893/4.) 

1891/2. Utilization of wine residues; by Antonio Dal 
Plaz. Translated from Gorman specially for bd. of 
vltlc. comrs. (Same 1891/2: 143-191.) 

1892. Wine: classification, wine-tasting qualities and 
defects; by G. Grazzl-Sonoinl. Translated by F. F. 
Blolcttl of state agric. exper. station. (Same 
1891/2: 203-257; app. E.) 

. Same; separate. 57 pp. 

. The vltlc. situation. (A.R. bd. vltlc. comrs. 

1891/2: 7-8.) 

. Results of sweet wine bill. (Same 1891/2: 13-14.) 

. Snppl. rept. of C. .T. Wetmore, chief executive 

oflloer; niiirUot In England; experimental stations; 
trauHhitlons of now rosoarohos upon resistance of, 
and oxemptlon from, phylloxera. (Same 1891/2: 
261-279.) 

1892-1899. Comparative table showing Cal. wine pro- 
duct, with comments on the Industry In state. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1899: 17-18.) 



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137 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Liquor — cont'd 
Wine — cont'd 
1892/4. Depressed condition of vltlc. during last blenn. 
period. (Kept. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1893/4: 6-7.) 

1893. Rept. of C. A. Wetmore on the Oldham rept. on 
Cal. wines and on question of tariff on wines. 
(Same 1893/4: 55-58.) 

Kept. Is referred to as having been made to a Krltlsh 
Royiil Commission. The compiler was unable to 
locate It either In the rarllamentary I'apers or In 
the British Museum Catalogue. Oldham did read 
a paper before the Society of Arts. etc. on Cal. 
wines, which was printed In London In 18i)4 as a 
12-page pamphlet. 
1893-1896. Fermentation: general principles and ex- 
periments with pure and selected yeasts; by F. T. 
Blolettl. (Rept. of vltlc. work agric. college 
1887/93: 379-421.) 

1894. New sweet wine law, as amended by Congress. 
(Rept. bd. vltlc. comrs. 1893/4: 71-74.) 

. Attempted organization of syndicate to control 

bulk of crop in order to secure better prices for 
wine. (A.R. same 1893/4: 11.) 

. Composition and classification of grapes, musts. 

and wines; by E. W. Hllgard. (Rept. of vltlc. 
work agrlc. college 1887/93: 3-16.) 

. Treatise on wine production and special repts. 

on wine examinations, the tariff and internal reve- 
nue taxes, and chemical analyses. 92 pp., pi., 6 
tables. 

App. B, rept. vltlc. comn. 1893/4. 

1896. On quantities of nitrogenous matters contained 
In Cal. musts and wines; by G. E. Colby. (Rept. 
of vltic. work agric. college 1887/93: 422-447.) 

1897. Control of temperature in wine fermentation; 
by Hayne. 19 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 117.) 

1900. Preservation of unfermented grape must; by 

Blolettl and dal Piaz. 12 pp. (Same, bull. 130.) 
. Cal. wines in France. (7 blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 

1900: 181-182.) 
1902. Grape growing and wine industry In state. (8 

same 1901/2: 424-429.) 
1904. Native wines and their future; by P. T. Morgan, 

pres. Cal. Wine Assn. (1 bienn. rept. comr. hortlc. 

1903/4: 356-362.) 
. Res. passed by Fruit Growers' Convention agst. 

repeal or alteration of present sweet wine law. (1 

same 1903/4: 382.) 

NAPA VALLEY 
1883. Wine making in Napa Valley. (Trans, state 
agrlc. socy. 1882: 154-155.) 

SANTA CLARA VALLBT 
See above, Analyses. 

SONOMA COUNTY 
See above. Analyses. 
Mines and Mining 

Caxifobnia 

See also names of counties under Natural Resources. 
Mineral. 

A very large quantity of material properly belonging 
here has been grouped under Natural Resources. 
Mineral. In order to avoid excessive duplication 
of entries, as well as to facilitate both the use of 
this Index and of the material Imlexed. It has been 
thought best to keep as much as possible of the 
material relating to the minerals, together In one 
place. 

1853. Majority and minority repts. re. advisability of 
calling miners' convention to formulate plan for 
working mineral lands. 7 pp. (App. to Assem. 
jol. 1853 doc. 35.) 

1864. Veto of act concerning the Calaveras Mining Co. 
(Sen. jol. 15 sess. pp. 232-233.) 

1874/5. Details of work at no. 8 claim (hydraulic gold 
mine). North Bloomfleld Co. (9 A.R. state miner- 
alogist 1888/9: 138.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Mines and Mining — cont'd 

Caliiohnia — cont'd 
1877-1888. Bodle Mines' statistics— historical tables 
giving bullion shipments (1877-1888) with divi- 
dends and assessments; gold and silver percentages 
for 1879-1882; ore and bullion statistics, Bodle Con- 
solidated Mining Co. for 1881-1883. (8 same 
1887/8: 396-401.) 
1878/9. Flow of mining detritus— effect of flow of 
mining detritus and valley rivers; mining detritus 
and valley lands; tables showing sediment trans- 
ported by waters of Yuba, Bear, American, Feather, 
and Sacramento Rivers. 72 pp. (Rept. state engr. 
1878/9 pt. 3.) 
1879. Summary of tal)le showing depreciation in value 
of lands damaged by mining dfibrls in various 
localities — area, probable present value. If not cov- 
ered with d6bris, present value, depreciation to 
owners, and ann. loss to state in taxes. (Same 
1878/9 pt. 3: 21.) 
1882. Description of North Bloomfleld tunnel and Its 
auxiliary shafts, together with other extensive tun- 
nels. (2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 163-164.) 
1886. Stmt, of no. of incorporated cos. filed In office of 
secy, of state from July 1, 1884, to July 1, 1886; 
no. of mineral and coal patents issued by U. S. for 
claims In Cal. to Nov. 13, 1886; no. of hydraulic 
mines enjoined. (6 A.R. same 1885/6 pt. 2: 64.) 

. Mine drainage in Cal. and Pacific coast; by C. G. 

Yale. (6 same 1885/6 pt. 2: 74-88.) 
1888. Mineral resources of state considered by cos.; 
description of mines Individually. (8 same 1887/8- 
22-691.) 

For analysis of each county see the co. divisions under 
Natviral Resources. Mineral. 
1889/90-1890/2. Repts. of asst. in field on mines and 
mining, by cos. (10 same 1889/90 (pp. 91-102)— 11 
same 1890/2.) 

All COS. In state given excepting Glenn, Kings, Madera, 
and Riverside In 18S!)/00; In lS!)n/2 following are 
given : Alameda, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, 
Contra Costa, Del Norto, El Dorado, Fresno, tllenn, 
Humboldt, Kern, Lal;e, Lassen. Ixis Angeles, Marin, 
Mendocino, Merced, Monterey, Nevada, I'lacer, 
Plumas. Sacramento, San Bernardino. San Benito, 
San Diego. San .loaquln, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, 
Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tu- 
lare, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba. 

1890. Map of mines and locations in vicinity of Sierra 
Buttes. (10 same 1889/90 facing p. 642.) 

. Locations of mines — suggestions by R. P. Ham- 
mond, Jr., ex-U. S. surveyor gen. of Cal. (10 same 
1889/90: 883-896.) 

■ List of hydraulic mines in Trinity Co.; seven 
plates given. (10 same 1889/90: 717-718; 720-727.) 

. See also Land: State. Mineral; this date. 

1892/4-1894/6. Bienn. rept. on mines and mining pro- 
ducts of state arranged alphabetically by subjects, 
COS., mines, etc. (12 rept. state mineralogist 1890/2 
(pp. 21-411)— same 1894/0.) 

In 1894/0 rent., tabulated stmts, of capacity and 
product of gold mills In each co. also given. 

1894. Map of principal gravel mines in vicinity of 
PlacervlUe; of channel system of Harmony Ridge; 
Nevada Co. (12 some 1892/4.) 

. Electric power transmission plants and use of 

electricity in mining operations; by T. H. Leggett. 
(12 same 1892/4: 413-455.) 

. Same; separate. 45 pp., illus., pi. 

1896. Mine drainage, pumps, etc.; by H. C. Behr. 210 
pp., Illus. (State mining bureau bull. 9.) 

. Electric-power transmission plants In Cal.; by 

W. F. C. Hasson. (13 rept. state mineralogist 
1894/6: 673-678.) 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Mines and Mining — cont'd 

Califor>'ia — cont'd 

1896. Water power and compressed air transmission 
plant tor North Star Mining Co., Grass Valley; by 
A. DeW. Foots. (13 same 1894/6: 706-720.) 
Drift Mixcvg 

1852-1882. See below, Hydraulic Mining; these dates. 

1872-1880. History of Bald Mt. mine, standing at head 
of drift mines— its output, etc. (2 rept. state min- 
eralogist 1880/2 app. pp. 176-179.) 

1872/3-1879/80. Historical table showing ann. yield 
and dividends of Bald Mt. drift gold mine in Forest 
City, Sierra Co. (9 same 1888/9: 121.) 

1878-1880. Tabular stmt, of receipts, expenditures, and 
corresponding profits of the Hidden Treasure drift 
mine at Sunny South. (2 some 1880/2 app. pp. 
184-185.) 

1882. See below Hydraulic Mining; this date. 

1888. Drift mining in Ca!.; by R. L. Dunn. (8 A.R. 
state mineralogist 1886/7: 736-770.) 

PLACER COUNTY 

1889. Stmt. re. work on survey of drift mining distrs. 
of Forest Hill Ridge in Placer Co.; by R. E. 
Browne. (9 A.R. state mineralogist 1888/9: 45-46.) 

SIERRA COUNTY 
1865-1875. Table showing results reached in several of 
moderately prosperous drift mines of Sierra Co. 
during period of 10 yrs. (2 rept. state mineralo- 
gist 1880/2 app. p. 181.) 
Htdeaulic Mining 

In order to avoid uDDccessary duplication, all thp ma- 
terial growing out of the controversy relating to 
Injurv to farming lands and river navigation from 
hydriiulic mining lias been grouped under River 
Conservancy, whicli see. 
1852-1882. Hydraulic and drift mining in Cal.; by H. 
Degrott, M. D. (2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2 
app. pp. 133-190.) 
1878. Dams, ditches, and reservoirs of Cal. in use in 

hydraulic mining. (2 same 1880/2: 36-43.) 
1882. Placer, hydraulic, and drift mining; general re- 
marks, with description of each as practiced in Cal. 
from discovery of gold till present time. (2 same 
1880/2: 28-157.) 

. Sources and supply of water for hydraulic mines 

of Cal. (2 same 1880/2: 40-47.) 

. Bed rocks and gravels of hydraulic mines in 

state; genesis of auriferous gravels. (2 same 
1880/2: 93-101.) 

. Notes on hydraulic mining; by F. W. Robinson. 

(2 same 1880/2 app. pp. 117-129.) 

. No., length, size, and cost of mining ditches in 

Cal.; storing and distributing reservoirs. (2 same 
1880/2 app. pp. 159-163.) 

. Table showing average height of gravel bands 

washed; pressure under which water was used; 
no. of cubic feet of gravel run off; cubic yds. moved 
per miners' Inch of water, and yield per cubic yd. 
of some leading and a few smaller hydraulic mines 
of state — estimates extending over different periods. 
(2 same 1880/2 app. p. 170.) 
1889. River bed mining; how carried on in Cal.; the 
Big Bend tunnel, the largest of Its kind; northern 
tier of COB. (9 some 1888/9: 29-32.) 

. River mining In Cal. (9 same 1888/9: 262-281.) 

1894. Comment on operations of hydraulic mines of 
state under "committee law"; list of mines to 
which permits have been granted to mine by " hy- 
draulic method," by U. S. Dfibrls Comn. (12 same 
1892/4: 12-15.) 
1896. List of hydraulic mines working under permis- 
sion from U. H. DC'brls Comn., with date of Issue 
of permit. (13 same 1894/6: 15-17.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Mines and Mining — cont'd 
Miners' License Act; see License 
Placer Mining 

1855. Implements for placer and ditch mining greatly 

improved. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 23.) 
1882. See above, Hydraulic Mining; this date. 

South Carolina 
1884. Mines of S. C; taken from rept. of state agric. 
socv. 1884. (5 A.R. state mineralogist 1884/5: 192- 
194.) 
Mining Canals and Ditches 

1854. Canals and ditches extensively constructed to 
supply dry mining regions with water, making 
usual abandoning of mines during summer unnec- 
essary. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 22-23.) 

1855. Sierra Nevada Mt. Canal begun. {Same 1856: 16.) 
— — . More canals and water courses constructed dur- 
ing yr. (Same 1856: 15.) 

. Stmt., by COS., of mileage and value of canals 

and ditches in state, showing increase in both over 
1854. (Same 1856: 16.) 

. Stmt, of value and mileage of canals and ditches 

in seven mining cos. of state. (Same 1855: 24.) 

1856. Majority rept. of special committee on agric. 
and mining interests on Assem. bill 84. 5 pp. 
(App. to Assem. jol. 7 sess. doc. [191.) 

1858. Majority and minority repts. of corporations 
committee on Sen. bill 6, re. use of private property 
by corporations, for mining canals and ditches. 
16 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 9 sess. doc. [12].) 
1894/6. Rept. on mining and irrigating canals, arte- 
sian wells, etc., in Alameda, Amador, Butte, Cala- 
veras, Colusa, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Fresno, 
Glenn, Kern, Kings, Mono, Monterey, Nevada, 
Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San 
Diego, S. F., Sta. Barbara, Sta. Clara, Sta. Cruz, 
Shasta, Solano, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trin- 
ity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura (canals), Yolo, and 
Yuba cos. (13 rept. state mineralogist 1894/6: 525- 
566.) 
Oleomargarine 

1887-1901. Comments on oleomargarine, and table 
showing growth of oleomargarine production. 
(4 rept. dairy bureau 1900/2: 8-10.) 

1896. List of cases which have been prosecuted for 
violations of present law: The People vs. John 
Moriarity, selling oleomargarine without giving no- 
tice to purchaser, as required by law; The People 
vs. .Tobn Moriarity. selling tub semblance of butter 
produced from pure milk or cream; The People vs. 
John Moriarity, selling oleomargarine without giv- 
ing notice to purchaser, as required by law. (1 
same 1895/6: 15-16.) 

1902. Comments on federal oleomargarine law. (4 
.sow(: 1900/2: 10-12.) 
Olives and Olive Oil 

1888-1891. Comparative table giving total product of 
olive oil industry In Cal. (A.R. bd. hortlc. 1891: 
80.) 

1891. Adulterants In olive oils. (Same 1891: 133-137.) 
. Olive oil adulteration; by L. Papareell. (A.R. 

agric. oxpcr. stations 1891: 174-177.) 

1892. Ollvo oil act and act to regulate i)ractlce of 
I)harinacy ino|)eratlvo because of defect In condi- 
tion of cnlorcemonL; recommended amdmts. to 
both. (A.U. bd. hortlc. 1S92: 2-3.) 

1901. Pickling ripe and proon olives; by Blolettl. 21 
pp. (Agric. exper. slat Ion. bull. 137.) 

1902. Rei)t. of prosecullon of a co. In Los Angeles for 
coloring greon olives to resemble ripe olives. (8 
blenn. rept. bd. hortlc. 1901/2: 10-11.) 



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139 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Olives and Olive Oil — cont'd 

1904. Cal. olive oil; Its manufacture; by Shaw. 33 
pp. (Agrlc. exper. station, bull. 158.) 

Inspeition; see above, that title 

Paper 

1855. XTtlllzation of tule possible for paper mnftre., 
and steps taken to ascertain value of same. (Govs. 
ann. mess. 1855: 14-15.) 

. Tule samples experimented with by paper 

mnftrers. insufflclont for absolute determination, 
but good results obtained from quantity examined. 
(Same 1856: 22.) 

Perfume 

1862-18G8. Because of failure of supply of turpentine 
and rosin during Civil War that industry was car- 
ried on In state for a time, but discontinued; an 
Industry which grew out of this and survived it 
was the mnftre. of a perfume and a detergent from 
sap of nut pine, known under various names of 
erasine, aurantine, etc. (2 rept. state mineralogist 
1880/2: 209-210.) 

Pottery 

1889. Article on pottery, with view to introduction of 
this industry into Cal.; by L. Irelan. (9 A.R. 
state mineralogist 1888/9: 240-261.) 

Preservatives 

I.NsrErTiON; see that title 

Production 

1879. Stmt, giving no. of lbs. and gallons of wool, 
honev, and liquors produced, by cos. (A.R. equali- 
zation bd. 1880: 121.) 
1893. The productive qualities of Cal.; reviewed by 
Gen. N. P. Chipman, chrm. of committee on indus- 
trial resources, as his ann. rept. to State Bd. of 
Trade. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1893: 108-124.) 
. Cal. in a productive sense. (Same 1893: 17.) 

Beet-Suoar; see below. Sugar 

Brandt; see above, LiQnoR 

Butter; see above, Daisy Indttstby 

Cheese; see same. 

Coal; see Natural Resources. Minebai, 

Copper; see Natitiax Re.soubces. Mineral 

Dairy Products; see above, Daisy Industry 

Fruit; see above. Fruit Indu.stry 

Gold; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Lead; see Natural Resources. Mittebal 

Lime; see above, that title 

Mineral; see Natiral Resources. Mineral 

Oleomargarine; see above, that title 

Petroleum; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Qotcksilver; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Raisins; see above. Fruit Industry 

Salt; see below, that title 

Wiwe; see above. Liquor 

Salt 

See also Alatnorta. Colusa, Mendocino and Sacramento 
COS. under Natural Resources. Mineral. 
1860-1880. Table exhibiting comparative stmt, of salt 
Industry, according to census of 18S0, 1870. and 
1860. for principal salt-producing states; no. of 
establishments, no. of blocks or furnaces, no. of 
vats, capital employed, wages paid, value of ma- 
terials used. amt. and value of salt produced. (2 
rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 226.) 

California 

1848-1882. On occurrence of salt in Cal. and its 
mnftres. (2 rept. state mineralogist 1880/2: 217- 
226.) 

1872-1880. Stmt, of ann. yield of salt from Union Pa- 
cific works for 10 yrs. (2 same 1880/2: 224.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Salt— cont'd 

California — cont'd 
1884. A new enterprise — establish ment of extensive 
salt works near lioa Palmas. San Diego Co., by 
Liverpool Salt Co. of Cal. (4 same 1883/4: 351- 
352.) 
Shipbuilding 

1854. Many of water craft employed on Inland waters 
constructed within state. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 
26.) 

Silk Culture 

serial 

1 series 

1883. Ann. rept. of state bd. of silk culture, 1. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
1. 188.') In App. to Jols. 20 sess. v. Ti unnum. doc. 

2 series 

1883/4. Bienn. rept. of state bd. of silk culture, 1. 
In Colleetocl docs, as follows : 
1. 188:1/4 in App. to jols. 26 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc. 

3 series 

1886-1888. Rept. of state bd. of silk culture. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
1880 In App. to .1ols. 27 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 
1888 In A|)p. to jols. 28 sess. v. 5 unnum. doc. 

non-seriaX 
1856-1867. Silk culture in Cal.; its history, present 

and future prospects, and instructions to beginners. 

(Trans, state agric. socy. 1866/7: 469-494.) 
1865-1871. Silk culture in Cal. (Same 1864/5 (pp. 

256-258)— some 1870/1.) 

1867. Repeal or modification of act of 1866 for encour- 
agement of silk culture in Cal. recommended, lest 
state be bankrupted. (Rept. atty. gen. 1866/7: 7.) 

. Silk mnftre. recommended as a profitable indus- 
try for Cal. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1866/7: 451- 
454.) 

1868. Memorial of .1. Neumann re. silk culture in Cal. 
12 pp. (App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 

. Memorial of L. Prevost re. publishing informa- 
tion on silk culture of Cal. 4 pp. (Same 17 sess. 
v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

. Memorial of committee of Pioneer Silk Growers 

of Cal. 9 pp. (Same 17 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1868/9. Repts. of committee on silk culture. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1867/8: 123-125; 208-210.) 

1869. Supreme Court, upon review of proceedings of 
bd. of judges in matter of premiums on mulberry 
plantations, decided action of bd. to be erroneous, 
and reversed same, by which state was saved sum 
of $14,775. (Rept. atty. gen. 1868/9: 9.) 

1870. Memorial of ,T. Neumann re. Amer. flag present- 
ed to state, with history of silk mnftre. In state. 
14 pp. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1871. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of each 
apprn. made by law, amt. expended under each, 
and balance unexpended for silk culture. (Bienn. 
rept. state controller 1869/71: 50.) 

. Silk culture in state. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 

1870/1: 430-434.) 

1883. Memorial of Cal. Silk Culture Assn. for state 
aid. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 25 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1884-1892. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state bd. of silk 
culture. (RIenn. rept. state controller 1882/4 (p. 
54)— some 1890/2.) 

1886. General Instructions for rearing silk-worms, 
with a treatise on securing healthy silk-worm eggs; 
.... by Mrs. Louisa Rienzl, secy. bd. of silk cul- 
ture. 22 pp.. illus. 

1889. Same. 35 pp., Illus. 16°. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 



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INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 

Silk Culture — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
1901. Silk and silk culture in Cal.; by Mrs. C. Wil- 
liams, of San Diego. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1901: 106-109.) 
1904. Silk culture; by C. W. Woodworth. 6 pp. (Cir- 
cular 12, Agric. exper. station.) 
Sugar 

1857-1880. Cal. sugar industry; by Shaw. 54 pp. 
(Agric. exper. station, bull. 149.) 
Beet Sugab 

1870. Rept. on act to encourge production and mnftre. 
of sugar from sugar-beets in Cal. (Assem. jol. 18 
sess. pp. 475-476.) 

1870-1873. Amt. of beet sugar produced in state since 
introduction of industry. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1874: 302.) 

1871. Rept. of success of Cal. Beet Sugar Co. {Same 
1870/1: 211-212.) 

1871-1875. Culture of sugar-beet in state. {Same 
1870/1 (pp. 462-467)— some 1875.) 
No returns In 1872. 

1880. The beet sugar industry in state. (A.R. agric. 
college 1880: 36-40.) 

1887. Sugar beets at Fresno; Hessian fly and resistant 
grains; by Hilgard. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. sta- 
tion, bull. 72.) 

. Same. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1890: 116-123.) 

. Comment on sugar-beet culture in Cal. by pres. 

bd. agric; stmt, from C. Spreckles re. same and 
as to his intention of creating beet-sugar factories. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1887: 15-16; 222-223.) 

1887-1890. Analyses and examinations of apricots and 
sugar-beets. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1890: 115- 
123.) 

1888-1894. History of establishment of Chino Beet 
Sugar Factory. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1895: 
129-132.) 

1888-1898. Comparative table showing beet sugar pro- 
duction of various factories in state, with rept. of 
condition of industry. {Savie 1899: 18-21.) 

1888-1901. Brief review of beet sugar industry. {Same 
1901: 137-138.) 

1891. Analyses of sugar-beets and discussion of results. 
(A.R. agric. exper. stations 1891/2: 116-119.) 

1892. Sugar-beet culture on Chino Ranch. {Same 
1891/2: 217-220.) 

1893. Culture of sugar-beet in Cal.; by Hon. R. Gird, 
of Chino. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1893: 102-107.) 

. Condition of beet sugar Industry in state. {Same 

1893: 19-20.) 
1894-1899. Comparative table showing ann. production 

of beet sugar In different states. {Same 1899: 20.) 

1895. The growing of sugar-beets on alkali soils; 
analyses of beets, and soils In 10-acre tract, Chino 
Ranch, Southern Cal. Station, giving contents of 
soluble salts and distribution of alkali salts; by E. 
W. Hilgard and R. H. Loughridge. (A.R. agric. 
exper. 8tatlon.s 1894/5: 71-91.) 

. Comment on sugar-beets In Cal. (Trans, state 

agric. socy. 1895: 22-25.) 

. Beet sugar Industry; extracts from pamphlet 

compiled and published by the Sacramento Bank, 
In their desire to encourage experiments In various 
sections of state. {Same 1895: 125-152.) 

. Prof. Hilgard on failure of beet sugar factory at 

Brighton, Sacramento Co. {Same 1895: 141-142.) 

1896. Beet sugar Industry of Cal. 35 pp. (State agric. 
socy.) 

Not Hccn ; title from Bowker. 

. Stmt, of cost of raising, and profits derived from 

238 acres of beets. In San Juan Valley. (Trans, 
slate agric. socy. 1899: 21.) 



INDUSTRIES, TRADE, AND MANUFACTURES— cont'd 
Sugar — cont'd 
Beet Sug.\r — cont'd 

1899-1903. Tables giving production of hops and out- 
put of beet sugar in Cal. (11 bienn. rept. labor 
statistics 1902/4: 115.) 
Inspection; see above, that title 
Textiles 

1855. Cotton industry, heretofore exercising controll- 
ing influence upon exchanges with other nations, 
now of less importance and potency than Cal. gold 
productions, although increased in value and im- 
portance. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 15.) 
Wool 

1854 1879. Cumulative comparative table giving wool 
production of Cal., taken from books of E. Grlsor 
& Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1876 (p. 90) — same 
1879.) 
1854-1891. Comparative table of wool production In 
Cal. since flrst record of same, showing a falling 
off since 1876. (Same 1891: 20.) 
1855-1863. Same; showing product of wool in state, 
and increase per cent for each series of yrs. {Same 
1863: 265.) 
1867. Growth of wool industry In state; attention 
called to frauds in wools and legislative action rec- 
ommended. {Same 1866/7: 12-13.) 
1874. Wool rept. for yr. (Same 1874: 499-510.) 
1876-1899. Comparative table showing wool clip since 
1876 and no. of sheep since 1895; with comments. 
{Same 1899: 32.) 
1890-1891. Same; showing wool production of Cal. 

{Same 1901: 162.) 
1899-1903. Table showing wool production for last 5 
yrs. (11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 114.) 

INEBRIETY; see PUBLIC HEALTH 

INHERITANCE TAX; see TAXATION: STATE 

INJURIOUS INSECTS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

INSANE 

Maintenance; see Maintenance: State 

INSANE CRIMINALS 

Maintenance; see Maintenance: State 

INSECTICIDES 

Application; see Agriculture. Crops. Pests 
Inspection; see Industries, etc. 

INSECTS; see AGRICULTURE. CROPS. PESTS 

INSPECTION AND REGULATION 

Crops; see Agriculture. Crops. Quarantine, etc. 

Fish; see Fish and Game 

Industries; see that title 

Nursery Stock; see Agriculture. Crops. Inspection 

INSURANCE 

serial 
A 

Tinder Act of Mnrch 2«, 1808. 
1868-1904. Ann. ropt. of the Insurance comr., 1-37. 
In Colh'CtfMl (InoM. ns follows : 
Tlip 1-4, ns, '.'nni nnd :\i rcpts. nro not In tho Col- 

Ipctod docs., of lln'HC, tliorofore a eliockllHt collntlon 

Is Klven. 

1. 18((S oniKlcd. Sricrnnicnto. 202 pp. with Index. 

2. 18(1!) oniltlcd, Sacrnmcnto. SOS pp. with Index. 
S. 187(1 oniKted. Riicrnnienlo. 284 pp. with Index. 
4. 1871 oinllli'd. Snernmento. 202 pp. with Index. 
0. 1872 In App. lo Jols. 20 sess. v. 2 onniini. doc. 



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141 



DiSDRANCE— cont'd 












serial — cont'd 










A — cont'd 




6. 


1873 
with 


omitted 
Index. 


Snn 


Francisco 


. 92, xlv, 15-128 pp. 


7. 


1874 


omitted 


San 


Francisco. 48, 111, 49-244 pp. 




witb 


Index. 








8. 


1875 


omitted. 


Sun Francisco. 


122 pp. (Called pre 




llmlniiry report.) 






9. 


1870 


In App. 


to Jols. 


22 sess. 


T. 2 unnum. doc. 


10. 


1877 


" ** 


23 " 


V. 3 


11. 


1878 




«t 4i 


23 " 


V. 3 


12. 


1879 




• « •• 


24 " 


V. 1 


13. 


1880 




" t» 


25 " 


V. 2 


14. 


1881 




" •' 


25 •' 


V. 5 


15. 


1882 




t« tt 


25 " 


T. 5 


16. 


1883 




*• II 


28 " 


V. 3 


17. 


1884 




II 11 


27 '• 


V. 7 


18. 


1885 




II II 


27 " 


v. 7 " . " 


19. 


1886 




II II 


28 " 


v. 2 


20. 


1887 




II II 


28 '• 


V. 2 


21. 


1888 




II II 


28 " 


V. 7 


22. 


1889 




II II 


29 " 


V. 7 


23. 


1890 




II II 


30 " 


V. 6 


24. 


1891 




" '• 


30 " 


V. 6 


25. 


1892 




II II 


31 " 


V. 3 


28. 


1893 




II II 


31 " 


V. 3 


27. 


1894 




11 II 


32 " 


V. 3 doc. 3]. 


28. 


1895 




11 11 


82 '• 


V. 3 •' 41. 


29. 


1896 


omitted. 


Preliminary rept. only published. 


30. 


1897 


omitted. 


rrellrainary n 


pt. only published. 


31. 


1898 
1809 


omitted. 
iD App. 


Preliminrtrv rt 


pt. only published. 


3;;. 


to Jols. 


34 sess. 


V. 2 doc. (61. 


:'.:t. 


I'.iiil) 


" '• 


II •• 


35 •• 


y. 2 •• [5]. 


.'U 


I'.Mll 


omitted. 








;!:>. 


l'.HI2 


In App. 


to Jols. 


36 sess. 


V. 3 unnum. doc. 


36. 


1903 




B 


36 " 


V. 3 


1889-1902. Ann. preliminary rept. 


of insurance, 22-35 








Checklist 






22 


1889. 


n. t. p 


18 pp. 






23 


1890. 


•* 


18 pp. 






24 


1801. 


" 


19 DP. 






25 


1892. 


Sacramento, 1892. 124 pp. 




26 


1893. 


n. t. p 


17 nn. 






27 


1894. 


Sacramento, 1894. 133 pp. 




28. 


1895. 


n. t. p. 


16 pp. 






29. 


1896. 


" 


23 pp. 






30. 


1897. 


** 


16 pp. 




^ 


31. 


1898. 


'1 


15 pp. 






32. 


1899. 


1' 


15 pp. 






33 


1900. 


None Issued. 






34 


1901. 


n. t. p 


15 pp. 






35 


1902. 


" 


16 pp. 





non-serial 

1868. Rept. on condition of cos. in S. F. (1 A.R. in- 
surance comr. 1868: 9.) 

. Liist of cos. incorporated under Cal. laws trans- 
acting business in state. (1 same 1868: 8.) 

. Stmt, giving insurance cos. not organized under 

laws of state, duly licensed and transacting busi- 
ness in state at time of organization of this office. 
(1 same 1868: 6-7.) 

. List of insurance cos. organized under laws of 

other states and countries, which had relinquished 
business of this state prior to organization of this 
office. (1 same 1868: 6.) 

1868-1871. "Table showing no. of premiums reed. (19 
same 1886: 5.) 

1870. List of Cal. insurance cos. doing business on 
Dec. 31. (3 same 1870: 4.) 

. List of cos. of other states which were prompt 

in handing in repts. with dates on which they filed 
their stmts. (3 same 1870: 11-13.) 

. Rept. on acts passed at 18th sess. of legisl., af- 
fecting insurance business of state. (3 same 1870: 
8-10.) 

1872. List of cos. admitted to do business in state 
during yr. (5 same 1872: 6.) 

. List of cos. that have ceased to do business In 

state. (5 same 1872: 6-8.) 

. Table giving misc. information: losses paid from 

organization to date; losses incurred during yr.; 
total amt. of stock owned by directors; total amt. 
loaned officers and directors, etc. (5 same 1872: 
36-37.) 



INSURANCE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1872-1875. Comparative stmt, of all cos. in state. (9 
same 1876: 3-4.) 

1873. Stmt, giving no. of cos. doing business in state, 
on June 1, 1873, classified as to their resp. locali- 
ties of organization. (5 same 1872: 7.) 

. Stmt, of cos. admitted since Jan. 1, 1872. (5 

same 1872: 384-394.) 

1876. Stmt, showing amt. of insurance business done 
in state during yr.; also detail, condition and busi- 
ness of several insurance cos. organized under 
laws of state. (9 same 1876: 3-4.) 

1876-1879. Stmt, of no. of property insurance cos. 
authorized to transact business in state at this 
date and classified as to localities of organization. 
(9 same 1876 (pp. 4-5)— 12 Aa»te 1879.) 

1876-1895. Ann. stmts, of Cal. insurance cos. (9 same 
1876 (pp. 19-40)— 28 same 1895.) 

1876-1903. Stmt, giving no. of cos. that have ceased to 
do business in state during yr. (9 same 1870 (p. 
4)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1890-1898. 

. Stmt, giving no. of insurance cos. that have 

been admitted to transact business in state during 
yr. (9 same 1876 (p. 4)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1896-1898. 

1880. Recommendation re. extending time for filing 
ann. stmts, of foreign cos. from May 1 to June 1; 
also to diminish fine to more moderate sum. (13 
same 1880: 17.) 

1881-1903. Table showing amt. and description of risks 
in force Dec. 31, of Cal. insurance cos., Cal. busi- 
ness. (14 same 1881 (p. G)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1896-1898. 

1882-1903. Table showing business of Cal. Insurance 
COS., Cal. business. (15 same 1882 (pp. 6-7)— 36 
same 1903.) 

No repts. 1896-1898. 

1886. Table giving misc. cos. doing business in state. 
(19 same 1886: 5.) 

. Recommendation that proper legislation be had 

for complete compilation of all insurance laws, and 
that they be published in pamphlet form for use of 
this dept. and distribution to parties interested. 
(19 same 1886: 8.) 

1886-1903. Table showing yr. of organization, location, 
name of pres., secy., agt. or atty. for Cal., and date 
of certificate of authority issued by insurance comr. 
and date of commencement of business in Cal. of 
all insurance cos. authorized to transact business, 
Dec. 31. (19 same 1886 (pp. 26-29)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1890-1898. 

1887. Recommendation re. legisl. amdg. sec. 439 of 
penal code so as to fix more severe penalty for its 
violation and also declare that all policies of in- 
surance so placed shall be null and void. (20 same 
1887: 6.) 

1887-1888. Ann. examination of all cos. (20 same 
1887 (p. 6)— 21 same 1888.) 

1887-1890. Table giving total no. of classified cos. act- 
ing under authority of this dept. (20 same 1887 
(p. 4)— 23 same 1890.) 

1888-1890. Comments on unauthorized insurance In 
state. (21 same 1888 (pp. 7-9)— 23 same 1890.) 

1894. Comments on removal of suits to federal courts. 
(27 same 1894: 25-26.) 

. Comments on the Hooper case: Supreme Court 

of U. S. decides that a state has right to prevent 
foreign corporations from carrying on business 
within its limits, either absolutely or upon condi- 
tions and upholds the constitutionality of Cal. stat- 
ute prohibiting brokers from placing insurance in 
unauthorized corporations. (27 same 1894: 28-32.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



INSURANCE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1894. Comments on that part of sec. 627 of Political 
Code requiring all stmts., estimates, percentages, 
payments, and calculations of insurance dept. to be 
made in gold coin of U. S. (27 same 1894: 39.) 

. Comments on the appraisement of real estate, 

and agts'. balances. (27 same 1894: 38.) 

. Recommendation for passage of law that in fu- 
ture all applications of insurance cos. to do busi- 
ness in state shall be submitted to aity. gen. for 
examination and opinion upon legality of articles 
of incorporation. (2() same 1894: 7.) 

1894-1895. Table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks in force, Dec. 31, 
1894, with premiums thereon, of misc. insurance 
COS. doing business in Cal. (27 same 1894 (p. 129) 
— 28 same 1895.) 

1894-1903. Table showing various items composing ex- 
penditures of misc. insurance coS. doing business 
in Cal., Dec. 31. (27 same 1894 (p. 128) — 36 same 
1903.) 

. Table showing various items composing incomes 

of misc. insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 
31. (27 same 1894 (p. 127) — 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1S'JG-IS9S. 

. Same; composing liabilities, except capital stock, 

of misc. insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 
31. (27 same 1894 (pp. 125-126) — 36 same 1903.) 
No repu. 1SU6-1SUS. 

. Same; composing assets of misc. insurance cos. 

doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (27 S07/ie 1894 (pp. 
123-124)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. ISUG-IS'JS. 

. Summary of assets, liabilities, income, expendi- 
tures, etc., of misc. insurance cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (27 same 1894 (p. 122)— 36 same 
1903.) 

No repts. IS'JGISOS. 

1895. Comments on local cos. (28 same 1895: 4-5.) 

. Comment on the rate war. (28 same 1895: 7-8.) 

. Comments on life insurance policies, secret so- 
cieties, and rebating. (28 same 1895: 8-11.) 

1902. Kemarks on legislation and taxation. (35 same 
1902: 11-14.) 

. Kemarks on publication of insurance laws. (35 

same 1902: 14-15.) 
. Comments on co. examinations. (35 same 1902: 

15.) 

1903. Tabular stmt, showing amt. of risks written, 
premiums reed., losses paid, and ratio of losses to 
premiums, comparing business done by Cal. cos., 
cos. of other stale, and cos. of foreign countries. 
(36 same 1903: 4.) 

. Comments on " unauthorized insurance " in this 

country. (36 same 1903: 12-14.) 

Accident 

1882-1890. Table showing business of accident, fidelity 
and casualty, and plate glass Insurance cos., for yr. 
endg. Dec. 31, Cal. business. (15 A.H. insurance 
comr. 1882 (p. 19)— 24 same 1891.) 

1888. Stmt, of accident, fldellty, steam boiler, plato 
glass, and title Insurance cos.; flgures given col- 
lectively. (21 same 1888: 7.) 

1891-1903. Table showing business of accident Insur- 
ance COS., Cal. business. (24 same 1891 (pp. 9-19) 
—36 same 1903.) 
No rt'ptK. 18)10-1808. 

1902. ReraarkH on condition of accident business for 
yr. (35 some 1902; 10.) 

1903. Romarka on health and accident Insurance dur- 
ing yr. (36 «o»if 1903: 10.) 

AaauBiiE.NT; see below, that title 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Assessment 

1886. Comments on assessment cos. In Cal. and other 
states. (19 A.R. insurance comr. 1886: 8-10.) 
Life and Accident 

1886-1887. Recommendations re. necessary legislation 
regulating life and casualty insurance cos. con- 
ducted upon assessment or co-operative plan, and 
for enactment of law that will bring these cos. 
under jurisdiction of this dept. (19 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1886 (p. 8)— 20 same 1887.) 

1891-1895. Table showing business of assessment life, 
accident, and endowment insurance cos. for yr., 
Cal. business. (24 same 1891 (p. 21) — 28 same 
1895.) 

1891-1902. Table summarizing assessment life insur- 
ance business in Cal. for past 12 yrs. (35 same 
1902: 9.) 

1894-1903. Tabular stmt, indicating business done in 
Cal., by assessment life and accident cos. during 
past 10 yrs. (36 same 1903: 9.) 

1895. Table showing items composing assets, liabili- 
ties, incomes, and disbursements of assessment 
life and accident insurance cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (28 same 1895: 98-103.) 

. Table showing risks written, and risks termi- 
nated during yr. endg. Dec. 31, of assessment life 
and accident insurance cos. doing business in Cal. 
(28 same 1895: 104-105.) 

. Comments on assessment life insurance; life In- 
surance policies; secret societies and rebating. (28 
same 1895: 8-11.) 

1899. Table showing various items composing dis- 
bursements of assessment life insurance cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 1899: 83.) 

1899-1900. Table showing risks written and risks ter- 
minated during yr. endg. Dec. 31, of assessment 
life insurance cos. doing business in Cal. (32 
same 1899 (p. 84)— 33 same 1900.) 

. Table showing business of assessment life, and 

sick benefit insurance cos. for yr., Cal. business. 
(32 same 1899 (p. 17)— 33 same 1900.) 

1900-1902. Table showing various items composing as- 
sets, liabilities, incomes, and expenditures of as- 
sessment life insurance cos. doing business In Cal. 
Dec. 31. (33 same 1900 (pp. 81-82)— 34 same 1902.) 

1902. Table showing amt. of risks written, risks termi- 
nated, and risks in force at end of yr. of assess- 
ment life insurance cos. doing business in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (35 sa7ne 1902: 88.) 

1903. Table showing various items composing assets, 
liabilities, incomes, and expenditures of assessment 
life and accident insurance cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (36 same 1903: 89-90.) 

. Table showing assets of risks written, risks ter- 
minated, and risks in force at end of yr. of assess- 
ment life and accident insurance cos. doing busi- 
ness in Cal., Dec. 31. (36 same 1903; 90.) 
Mutual; see below, that title 
Bond Investment; see below, Guarantee 
Burglary 
1899-1903. Table showing burglary Insurance, Cal. 
business. (32 A.R. Insurance comr. 1899 (p. 16) — 
36 same 1903.) 
1902-1903. Remarks on condition of burglary insur- 
ance for yr. (35 same 1902 (p. 11)— 36 same 
1903.) 
Casualty; see above, Accident 
Co-operative; see Beneficiary Organizations 
Credit Indemnity 

1899-1903. Table showing credit Indemnity Insurance 
for yr., Cul. business. (32 A.R. Insurance comr. 
(p. 17)— 36 same 1903.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



143 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Credit Indemnity^ont'd 

1902-1903. Kemarks on condition of credit Indemnity 
insurance (or yr. (35 same 1902 (p. 11) — 3G same 
1903.) 
Deposits 

1894. Recommendation re. law being enacted requir- 
ing a deposit of 1200.000 of every foreign co. doing 
business in Cal.; deposit to be made either in Cai. 
or some state In Union, and to consist wlien deposit 
is made in state, of those securities In which insur- 
ance COS. are permitted to invest funds; to be made 
with state treasurer in trust for benefit of all 
policy-holders in U. S.; to be exchanged whenever 
necessary, and returned to co. when all liability 
ceases. (27 A.R. insurance comr. 1894: 5.) 

1896. Stmt, showing amt. and kind of securities in 
state treasury at close of business June 30, de- 
posited through state insurance comr. for benefit of 
policy-holders of various insurance cos. (A.R. 
state treasurer 1894/6: 58.) 

1896/8-1902. Stmt, showing deposits with state treas- 
urer, authorized by state insurance comr. (Same 
1896/8 (p. 47)— blenn. rept. same 1900/2.) 

1904. Stmt, showing deposits on hand, June 30, author- 
ized by state insurance comr. to be held by state 
treasurer, for protection of policy-holders. {Same 
1902/4: 81.) 
Employers' Liability 

1899-1903. Table showing business of employers' lia- 
bility insurance cos. for yr., Cal. business. (32 A. 
R. insurance comr. 1899 (p. 15) — 36 same 1903.) 

1902-1903. Remarks on condition of employers' liabil- 
ity insurance. (35 same 1902 (p. 10) — 36 same 
1903.) 
Endowment 

1891-1895. See above, Assessment. Life and Accident 
Expenditures for 

1869-1873. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for expenses of in- 
surance comr. (Blenn. rept. state controller 1867/9 
(p. 63)— some 1871/3.) 

1882-1904. Same; for insurance comr. {Satiie 1880/2 
(p. 60)— same 1902/4.) 

1888-1904. Stmt, of condition of insurance comr's. 
special fund. {Same 1886/8 (p. 85)— same 1902/4.) 
Fidelity 

1882-1890. See above. Accident; these dates. 

1888. See same; this date. 

1891-1895. Table showing business of fidelity, steam 
boiler, and plate glass insurance cos. for yr., Cal. 
business. (24 A.R. insurance comr. 1891 (p. 20) — 
28 same 1895.) 

1899-1903. Table showing fidelity and surety business 
for yr., Cal. business. (32 same 1899 (p. 15)— 36 
same 1903.) 

1902-1903. Remarks on condition of fidelity and surety 
insurance business for yr. (35 satne 1902 (p. 10) 
—36 same 1903.) 
Fire 

1868-1870. Table showing average rate of premium 
reed, by Cal. insurance cos. on fire risks in force 
Dec. 31; also percentage of reserve for reinsurance 
on fire risks to the fire risks in force Dec. 31. (3 
A.R. insurance comr. 1870: 5.) 

1875-1891. Table showing average percentage of losses 
to premiums on fire risks for past 12 yrs. (19 
savie 1886 (p. 3)— 24 same 1891.) 

1875-1900. Table giving ratios of losses to premiums on 
fire risks for 12 yrs. (20 same 1887 (p. 3)— 33 
same 1900.) 

No repts. 1896-1898. 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Fire — cont'd 

1875-1903. Comparative stmt, giving ratio of losses to 
premiums on fire risks for 29 yra. (36 same 1903: 
5.) 

1876-1880. Table giving fire risks in force Dec. 31, 
COS. of foreign countries. (9 same 1876 (p. 48) — 
13 same 1880.) 

1876-1894. Table showing business of fire cos. of for- 
eign countries, Cal. business. (9 same 1876 (p. 14) 
—27 same 1894.) 

. Table giving fire risks in force Dec. 31, cos. of 

other sUtes. (9 same 1876 (p. 47)— 27 same 1894.) 

1876-1903. Table showing fire business of cos. of other 
states for yr., Cal. business. (U some 1876 (pp. 12- 
13)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. ISUU 18U8. 

1877-1881. Table showing fire business of Cal. insur- 
ace COS. for yr., Cal. business. (10 same 1877 (p. 
65)— 14 same 1881.) 

1881-1903. Table showing fire risks in force Dec. 31, 
cos. of foreign countries, Cal. business. (14 same 
1881 (p. 12)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. IsaO-lSUS. 

1883-1902. Comparative table showing amt. collected 
in premiums and amt. paid out In losses by fire 
insurance cos. (35 same 1902: 4-5.) 

1884-1903. Tabular stmt, giving premiums reed., losses 
paid, and ratio of losses to premiums for past 20 
yrs. by fire insurance cos. (36 same 1903: 5.) 

1886. Table giving no. of U. S. cos. doing tire business 
only, in state, during yr. (19 same 1886: 4.) 

1894. Recommendation re. act authorizing sufficient 
amt. to be transferred, from fees paid by insur- 
ance cos. to special fund for use of insurance comr., 
and authorizing him to organize and maintain dept. 
and that distr. attys. of various cos. in which fires 
occurred be furnished with result of investigation. 
(26 same 1894: 5-6.) 

1895-1903. Table showing fire risks in force in Cal., 
Dec. 31, cos. of other states. (28 same 1895 (p. 
115)— 36 same 1903.) 

Aun. preliminary rept. 1805. No repts. 1896-1898. 

. Table showing fire business of cos. of foreign 

countries for yr., Cal. business. (28 sa7ne 1895 
(p. 116)— 36 same 1903.) 

Ann. prelimlnai-y rept. 1805. No repts. 1896-1898. 

1902. Comment on fire insurance and comparison of 
business done in 1902 with 1901. (35 same 1902: 
5-6.) 

. Remarks on unusually heavy fire losses during 

yr.; the loss ratio for Pacific coast has been 65%, 
and that for Cal. 58%; fire business in Cal. for past 
20 yrs. shows an average loss ratio of 43.9%. (35 
same 1902: 14.) 

1902-1903. Comparative stmt, giving amt. of fire in- 
surance written by cos. during 1903, showing in- 
crease over 1902. (36 some 1903: 4.) 
Mutual; see below, that title 

Fire and Marine 

Tile tabulations in tbis group are fairly continuous from 
1870. Krom tliat yr. tbcy arc consecutive to 1880, 
l>tii2 or 1895. Betw. 1895 and 1899 tbcre are no 
tabulations, and from 1899 tlicy are consecutive to 
1903. 
1868. Table compiled from ann. stmts, of individual 
fire and marine insurance cos. transacting business 
in Cal., giving various percentages. (1 A.R. insur- 
ance comr. 1868: 61.) 
. Comparative table of Cal. fire and marine in- 
surance COS., giving name of cos., capital paid, amt. 
of risks written, excess of income over expendi- 
tures, and comparative standing as to surplus, paid 
capital, etc. (1 same 1868: 28.) 



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INSURANCE— cont'd 
Fire and Marine — cont'd 

1S6S-1872. Ann. stmts, of individual Cai. fire and ma- 
rine insurance cos. (1 same 1868 (pp. 89-107) — 
5 same 1872.) 

. Same; other states. (1 same 1868 (pp. 108-123) 

—5 same 1872.) 

. Table showing yr. of organization, location, 

name of pres., secy., agt., and atty. for Cal., date of 
license issued by insurance comr., and date of com- 
mencement of business in Cal. of fire and marine 
insurance cos. transacting business in state. (1 
same 1868 (p. 37)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Tables compiled from ann. stmts, of fire and 

marine insurance cos. transacting business in state, 
showing paid capital, assets, liabilities, income, ex- 
penditures, losses, risks WTitten, and risks in force, 
Dec. 31. (1 same 1868 (pp. 38-41)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing various items composing gross 

assets and liabilities of said cos. on Dec. 31. (1 
same 1868 (pp. 42-49)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing various items composing income 

of said cos. during yr. endg. Dec. 31. (1 same 1868 
(pp. 50-53)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing nature of expenditures of said 

cos. during yr. endg. Dec. 31. (1 same 1868 (pp. 
54-57)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing amt. of risks written, amt. of 

risks in force, average rate of premiums reed, on 
fire risks, percentage of assets to risks in force, 
and amt. of fire risks in force in state. (1 same 
1868 (pp. 58-60)— 5 same 1872.) 

1869-1895. Table showing various items composing in- 
comes of fire and fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31, cos. of other states. 
(9 same 1876 (pp. 70-73)— 28 same 1895.) 

1870. Complete list of fire and marine insurance cos. 
of other states and countries, authorized by certifi- 
cates from this office and transacting business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (3 same 1870: 6.) 

. List of fire and marine insurance cos. of other 

states and countries authorized to transact busi- 
ness in Cal. (3 same 1870: 5.) 

1871. Rept. on fire and marine risks that have been 
written in Cal. during yr. (4 sayne 1871: 10-11.) 

. Rept. on losses of fire and marine insurance cos. 

in state, caused by Chicago fire and action of comr. 
of insurance cos. re. proper construction of portion 
of sec. 8, act of Mch. 26, 1868, referring to revok- 
ing of the certificate of authority of insolvent cos. 
with reference to these cos. and opinion of distr. 
court, approving this action. (4 same 1871: 3-9.) 

1871-1872. Table showing business transacted in state 
during yr. endg. Dec. 31, by fire and marine insur- 
ance COS. (4 same 1871 (pp. 60-63)— 5 .same 1872.) 

1872. Ann. stmts, of Individual fire and marine cos. of 
foreign countries. (5 same 1872: 229-255.) 

. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table show- 
ing various Items composing incomes of fire and 
fire and marine insurance cos. doing business in 
Cal. (5 same 1872: 69-70.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

gross liabilities (except capital stock). (5 same 
1872: 67-68.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

gross assets. (5 same 1872: 65-66.) 

. Same; table showing summary of assets, liabili- 
ties. Income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of surphis 
over capital stock, or amt. necessary to cover n de- 
flclency In same. (5 same 1872: 73-74.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

expenditures. (5 same 1872: 71-72.) 

. Cos. of other slates and foreign countries; table 

showing amt. of risks written, premiums reed., and 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Fire and Marine— cont'd 

amt. of risks in force Dec. 31, with premiums there- 
on. (5 same 1872: 75-78.) 

1S72. Same; tables showing fire risks written during 
yr., fire risks in force; marine risks written during 
yr.; marine risks In force; and total amt. of fire 
and marine business written in Cal. during yr. 
(5 same 1872: 18-23.) 

. Cal. COS.; table giving summary of assets, lia- 
bilities, income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of sur- 
plus over capital stock, or amt. necessary to cover 
deficiency in same, of fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 32- 
33.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

liabilities, except capital stock, of cos. on Dec. 31. 
(5 same 1872: 26-27.) 

. Cos. of foreign countries; table showing various 

items composing gross assets of cos. doing business 
in Cal., Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 48-49.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

the liabilities (except capital stock) of cos. in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 50-51.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

incomes of cos. doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. 
(5 same 1872: 52-53.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

the expenditures of cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 
31. (5 same 1872: 54-55.) 

. Same; table giving summary of the assets, lia- 
bilities, income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of sur- 
plus over capital stock, or amt. necessary to cover 
a deficiency in the same of cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 56-57.) 

. Cos. of other states; table giving summary of 

assets, liabilities, income, expenditures, etc., and 
amt. of surplus over capital stock, or amt. neces- 
sary to cover deficiency in same. (5 same 1872: 
46-47.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

expenditures. (5 same 1872: 44-45.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

the Incomes. (5 same 1872: 42-43.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

liabilities, except capital stock. (5 same 1872: 40- 
41.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

gross assets. (5 same 1872: 38-39.) 

1872-1886. Table showing amt. of risks written and 
premiums reed, by each fire and marine co. (19 
satne 1886: 6.) 

. Table of flre and marine losses. (19 same 1886: 

6.) 

1876-1878. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table 
giving total amt. of fire and marine Insurance In 
force In Cal. Doc. 31. (9 savie 1876 (p. 49)— 11 
same 1878.) 

1870-1879. Same; table giving total amt. of flre and 
marine business written in Cal. during yr. (9 
same 1876 (p. 49)— 12 same 1879.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

gross assets. (9 same 1876 (p. 103)— 12 same 1879.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

expenditures. (9 same 1876 (p. 106)— 12 same 
1879.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

incomes. (9 .same 1876 (p. 105)— 12 same 1879.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

gross llubilltlos, except capital stock. (9 same 
1876 (p. 104)— 12 same 1879.) 

. Table showliig fire and marine business of Cal. 

Insurance cos. for yr., Cal. business. (9 same 1876 
(p. 11)— 12 same 1879.) 



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INSURANCE— cont'd 

Fiic and Marine — cont'd 

. Stmt, of assets, liabilities. Income, expenditures, 

and amt. of surplus, as regards policy-holders (in 
U. S. currency) of cos. admitted to do business in 
Cal. since Jan. 1, 1877. (9 same 187G (p. 118) — 
12 same 1879.) 

. Table showing yr. of organization, location, 

names of pres.. secy, and agt., and atty. for Cal., 
date of certificate issued by insurance comr., date 
of commencement of business in Cal. of cos. au- 
thorized to transact business in state, Dec. 31. (9 
same 187G (pp. 43-45)— 12 same 1879.) 

1876-1880. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table 
showing amt. of risks written, premiums reed., and 
amt. of risks in force. Dec. 31, with premiums 
thereon, of cos. doing business in Cal. (9 same 
1876 (p. 107)— 13 same 1880.) 

. Same; summary of assets, liabilities, expendi- 
tures, etc., and amt. of surplus over capital stock, 
or amt. necessary to cover deficiency in same, of 
cos. doing business in Cal. (9 same 1876 (p. 102) 
—13 same 1880.) 

. Same; table showing amt. and description of 

risks In force Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. 46)— 13 
same 1880.) 

. Same; table giving summary of assets, liabili- 
ties, income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of sur- 
plus over capital stock, or amt. necessary to cover 
deficiency in same. (9 same 1876 (p. 50) — 13 same 
1880.) 

. Same; table showing various items comprising 

the liabilities, except capital stock. (9 same 1876 
(p. 52)— 13 same 1880.) 

1876-1882. Cos. of other states; table giving summary 
of assets, liabilities, expenditures, etc., and amt. 
of surplus over capital stock or amt. necessary to 
cover a deficiency in same of cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (9 sayne 1876 (pp. 58-61)— 15 same 
1882.) 

. Cos. of foreign countries; table giving summary 

of assets, liabilities, income, expenditures, etc., and 
amt. of surplus over capital stock, or amt. neces- 
sary to cover deficiency in same, of cos. doing busi- 
ness in Cal., Dec. 31; by cos. (9 same 1876 (pp. 
82-83)— 15 same 1882.) 

1876-1895. Cos. of other states; table showing amt. of 
risks written, premiums reed., and amt. of risks in 
force Dec. 31, with premiums thereon. (9 sa7ne 
1876 (pp. 78-81)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

gross assets. (9 same 1876 (pp. 62-65) — 28 same 
1895.) 

. Same; table giving various items composing the 

liabilities, except capital stock. (9 same 1876 (pp. 
66-69)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures. (9 same 1876 (pp. 74-77) — 28 same 
1895.) 

. Cos. of foreign countries; table showing various 

items composing incomes. (9 same 1876 (pp. 88- 
89)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

expenditures. (9 same 1876 (pp. 90-91) — 28 same 
1895.) 
. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks in force Dec. 31. 
with premiums thereon. (9 same 1876 (pp. 92-93) 
— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing gross assets of cos. (9 

same 1876 (pp. 84-85)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

liabilities, except capital stock. (9 sam.e 1876 (pp. 
86-87)— 28 savie 1895.) 

10 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Fire and Marine — cont'd 

. Cal. COS.; table showing various items composing 

gross assets. (9 same 1876 (p. 51) — 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various itims composing 

Incomes. (9 same 1876 (p. 53) — 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures. (9 same 1876 (p. 54) — 28 same 
1895.) 

. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed, and amt. of risks in force Dec. 31, 
with premiums thereon. (9 same 1876 (p. 55) — 
28 same 1895.) 

1877. Stmt, showing amt. of fire and marine insurance 
done in state during yr. endg. Dec. 31, together 
with names and localities of several cos. trans- 
acting business. (10 same 1877: 1C3-164.) 

1878-1885. Rept. showing amt. of fire, marine, and life 
insurance business transacted in state during yr. 
endg. Dec. 31, together with names and localities 
of cos. (11 same 1878 (pp. 3-4)— 18 same 1885.) 

. Table showing yr. of organization, location, 

names of pres., secy., and agt. and atty. for Cal., 
and date of certificate of authority issued by in- 
surance comr. and date of commencement of busi- 
ness in Cal. of fire, marine, and life insurance cos. 
authorized to transact business on Feb. 1. (11 
same 1878 (pp. 17-19)— 18 same 1885.) 

1880. Rept. on act to regulate fire, marine, and inland 
insurance cos. transacting business in state. (Sen. 
jol. 23 sess. pp. 268-269.) 

18S0-1882. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table 
showing various items composing liabilities, except 
capital stock, of fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (13 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1880 (p. 92)— 15 same 1882.) 

1880-1895. Same; table showing various items compos- 
ing the assets of fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (13 same 1880 (p. 
91)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures of fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (13 same 1880 (p. 
93)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

incomes of fire and marine insurance cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (13 same 1880 (p. 93) — 
28 same 1895.) 

1881-1883. Table giving summary of assets, liabilities, 
income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of surplus over 
capital stock of fire and marine insurance cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31; by cos. (14 same 
1881 (p. 96)— 16 same 1883.) 

1881-1895. Table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks In force Dec. 31, 
with premiums thereon, of fire and marine insur- 
ance COS. doing business in Cal.; by cos. (4 same 
1881 (p. 100)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Cal. COS.; table showing various items composing 

liabilities, except capital stock, of fire and marine 
insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (14 
same 1881 (p. 42)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Same; table giving summary of assets, liabili- 
ties, income, expenditures, etc., and amt. of sur- 
plus over capital stock, of fire and marine Insur- 
ance COS. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (14 same 
1881 (p. 40)— 28 same 1895.) 

1883-1895. Recapitulation; cos. of other states; table 
giving summary of assets, liabilities. Income, ex- 
penditures, etc., and amt. of surplus over capital 
stock of cos. doing Inisino.ss In Cal.. Dec. 31. (16 
same 1883 (pp. 49-52)— 28 same 1895.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



INSURANCE — cont'd 

Fire and Marine — cont'd 

. Recapitulation; cos. of foreign countries; table 

giving summary of assets, liabilities, income, ex- 
penditures, etc., and net surplus of cos. doing busi- 
ness in Cal., Dec. 31. (16 same 1883 (pp. 73-74) — 
28 same 1895.) 

. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table show- 
ing various items composing liabilities of cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (16 same 1883 (p. 
98)— 28 same 1895.) 

1884-1895. Same; table giving summary of assets, lia- 
bilities, income, expenditures, etc., of cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (17 same 1884 (p. 92) — 
28 same 1895.) 

1886. Summary showing fire and marine business 
transacted in state for yr. 1886. (19 same 1886: 
6-7.) 

. Table giving no. of U. S. cos. doing fire and 

marine business only, in state, also no. in U. S.; 
cos. doing marine business only, in state. (19 
same 1886: 4.) 

. Tables giving foreign cos. doing fire and marine 

business only, in state; also foreign cos. doing 
marine business only, in state. (19 same 1886: 5.) 

1887. Table giving fire and marine business transacted 
in state, cos. of Cal., other states, and foreign coun- 
tries. (20 same 1887: 4-5.) 

. Comments on condition of fire and marine cos., 

life cos., title insurance cos. (20 same 1887: 5-6.) 

189C-1S98. For these yrs. no repts. were prtd. 

1899. Cos. of foreign countries; table showing various 
items composing liabilities, except capital stock, 
of cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 
1899: 48-49.) 

1899-1903. Recapitulation; all cos.; aggregates; table 
showing various items composing liabilities of fire 
and marine insurance cos. doing business in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (32 same 1899 (p. 63)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

incomes. (32 same 1899 (p. 64)— 36 saine 1903.) 

. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks In force on Dec. 31, 
with premiums thereon. (32 same 1899 (p. 65) — 
36 saine 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures. (32 savie 1899 (p. 64)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

assets. (32 same 1899 (p. 62)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; summary of assets, liabilities, income, ex- 
penditures. (32 same 1899 (p. 62)— 36 satne 1903.) 

. Cal. COS.; table showing assets, liabilities, ex- 

penditu-es, etc., of fire and fire and marine Insur- 
ance COS. doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 
1899 (p. 22)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

assets. (32 .same 1899 (p. 22)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., amt. of risks In force Dec. 31, with 
premiums thereon. (32 same 1899 (p. 24)— 36 
same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various Items composing 

expenditures. (32 same 1899 (p. 23)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing various Items compoHlng 

Incomes. (32 same 1899 (p. 23)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Cos. of other states; table giving summary of 

aBseta, llabllltlcB, Income, expenditures, etc., and 
amt. of Hurplus over capital stock, of cos. doing 
huHlncBS In Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 1899 (|i|i -• 
25j— 36 same 1903.) 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Fire and Marine — cont'd 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

incomes. (32 same 1899 (pp. 34-35) — 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

liabilities. (32 same 1899 (pp. 30-33)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

assets. (32 same 1899 (pp. 26-29)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures. (32 same 1899 (pp. 36-39)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks in force Dec. 31, 
with premiums thereon. (32 same 1899 (pp. 40- 
43)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Cos. of foreign countries; table showing various 

items composing assets of cos. doing business in 
Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 1899 (pp. 46-47)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

incomes of cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (32 
same 1899 (p. 50)— 36 sayne 1903.) 

. Same; table showing various items composing 

expenditures of cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. 
(32 same 1899 (pp. 51-52)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table showing amt. of risks written, pre- 
miums reed., and amt. of risks in force Dec. 31, 
with premiums thereon of cos. doing business In 
Cal. (32 same 1899 (pp. 53-54)— 36 same 1903.) 

1900-1903. Same; table showing various items com- 
posing liabilities, except capital stock, of cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (33 same 1900 (pp. 48- 
49)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Same; table giving summary of assets, liabili- 
ties, income, expenditures, etc., and net surplus of 
cos. doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (32 same 1899 
(pp. 44-45)— 36 same 1903.) 

. Cal. COS.; table showing various items compos- 
ing liabilities, except capital stock, of cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (33 satne 1900 (p. 22) — 
36 same 1903.) 
Guarantee Companies; see Investment Companies 
Health; see above, Accident. 1903 
Laws 

1868. Statutory laws relating to Insurance. 128 pp. 

1873. Insurance laws of Cal., in force Jan. 1. 92 pp. 

Not soon; entry frnm Suppl. Cat. Lftw Dopt. Cal. 

State Llliran', 1>^'M. 
Insurance laws of Cal. 143 pp. 



1904. 
Life 
1868. 



List of life Insurance cos. transacting business 
in state at time of organization of office. (1 A.R. 
Insurance comr. 1868: 32.) 

. List of life COS. admitted to transact business In 

state since olTiee was organized. (1 same 1868: 32.) 

1868-1871. Table compiled from ann. stmts, of life in- 
surance cos, transacting business In Cal., showing 
capital, assets, liabilities, Income, expenditures, 
losses, etc., of said cos. on Dec. 31. (1 same 1868 
(pp. 64-65)— 4 same 1871.) 

1868-1872. Same; showing various Items composing In- 
come of said COS. during yr. endg. Dec. 31. (1 
same 1S68 (pp. 74-75)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing various Items composing liabili- 
ties of said COS. on Doc. 31. (1 same 1868 (pp. 70- 
73)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing various Items composing assets 

of said COS., Dec. 31. (1 same 1868 (pp. 66-G9) — 
5 same 1872.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



1-17 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Life — cont'd 

. Same: showing no. of policies Issued during yr. 

by said cos., amts. insured thereby, average amt. of 
said policies, and amt. of policies In force Dec. 31. 
(1 same 18G8 (pp. 80-81)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Same; showing various Items composing expen- 
ditures of said cos. during yr. endg. Dec. 31. (1 
same 18G8 (pp. 76-79) — 5 same 1872.) 

. Ann. stmts, of individual life insurance cos. (1 

same 1868 (pp. 124-125)— 5 same 1872.) 

. Table showing yr. of organization, location, 

names of pres.. secy., and atty. for Cal., date of 
license issued by insurance comr. and date of com- 
mencement of business in Cal. of life insurance cos. 
transacting business in state, Dec. 31. (1 .soHie 
1868 (pp. 62-63)— 5 same 1872.) 

1870. Complete list of life insurance cos. of other 
states transacting business in Cal., Dec. 31. (3 
same 1870: 7.) 

. List of life insurance cos. withdrawn from state 

during yr. (3 same 1870: 7.) 

. List of life insurance cos. of other states ad- 
mitted to state during yr. (3 same 1870: 6.) 

1871. Table showing business transacted In state dur- 
ing yr. endg. Dec. 31, by life Insurance cos. (4 
sa;»ie 1871: 108-109.) 

1872. Table showing no. and amt. of policies which 
have ceased to be In force during yr., with mode 
of their termination. (5 same 1872: 120-123.) 

. Table showing no. and amt. of policies, includ- 
ing additions. In force at end of previous yr., and 
exhibit of policies issued and of those which have 
ceased to be In force at end of yr. (5 same 1872: 
118-119.) 

. Recommendation re. law which shall compel in- 
sertion into every policy of life insurance issued 
within state by co. belonging to other states or 
countries, a covenant with the insured that if, for 
any reason, the co. shall discontinue business In 
Cal. during pendency of such policy, the assurant 
shall be entitled to recover from co. a prescribed 
per centum of present value of policy. (5 same 
1872: 8-9.) 

. Table showing assets, liabilities, insurance re- 
serve, and total of premium notes and deferred and 
uncollected premiums, and ratios of same, of life 
Insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (5 
same 1872: 112-115.) 

. Same; assets, liabilities, reinsurance reserve, 

and amt. of Interest-bearing investments, and sur- 
plus or deficiency of same, as compared with re- 
serve liability of life insurance cos. doing business 
in Cal., Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 102-105.) 

- — — . Same; total admitted assets, reinsurance re- 
serve, and premium note accts. and ratios of same 
to assets and reserve. (5 same 1872: 106-111.) 

1876. Same; new policies written during yr., policies 
renewed, and amt. of policies in force Dec. 31, of 
life insurance cos. doing business In Cal. (9 same 
1876: 57.) 

. Stmt, of life cos. authorized to transact general 

business In state. (9 same 1876: 5.) 

. Ann. stmts, of Individual life insurance cos. of 

other states doing business In Cal. (9 same 1876: 
119-134.) 

1876-1877. Table showing assets, liabilities, reinsur- 
ance reserve, and amt. of Interest-bearing Invest- 
ments, and surplus or deficiency of same, as com- 
pared with reserved liability of life Insurance cos. 
In Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. 112) — 10 same 
1877.) 

. Same; yr„ organization, location, names of pres., 

secy., and agt. and atty. for Cal. and date of certlfl- 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Life — cont'd 

cate of authority Issued by Insurance comr., and 
date of commencement of business in Cal. of life 
Insurance cos. authorized to transact business on 
Feb. 1. (9 same 1876 (p. 56)— 10 same 1877.) 

1876-1879. Same; admitted assets and reinsurance re- 
serve, and total of premium notes and deferred 
and uncollected premiums, and ratios of same, of 
life ins\irance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. 
(9 same 1876 (p. 115)— 12 sa»ie 1879.) 

. Same; total and premium income, and amt. of 

deferred and uncollected premiums, and ratios of 
same to premium income, of life insurance cos. 
doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. 
114)— 12 same 1879.) 

. Same; total admitted assets, reinsurance re- 
serve, and premium note accts.; and ratios of same, 
to assets and reserve, of life Insurance cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. 113) — 
12 same 1879.) 

1876-1903. Same; various items composing expendi- 
tures of life insurance cos. doing business in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. Ill)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1896-1898. 

. Same; various items composing incomes of life 

insurance cos. doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (9 
same 1876 (p. 110)— 36 same 1903.) 
No rcpt.s. 18H0-1898. 

. Same; various items composing liabilities, capi- 
tal not included, of life insurance cos. doing busi- 
ness in Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (p. 109)— 36 
same 1903.) 

No repts. 1896-1808. 

. Same; various Items composing assets of life in- 
surance COS. doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (9 
same 1876 (p. 108)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1S9G-1898. 

1878-1879. Same; assets, liabilities, and reinsurance 
reserve of life insurance cos. doing business In 
Cal., Dec. 31. (11 same 1878 (p. 100) — 12 same 
1879.) 

1878-1903. Same; new policies written during yr., poli- 
cies renewed, and amt. of policies in force, Dec. 31, 
of life insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Cal. 
business. (11 same 1878 (p. 15)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1896-1898. 

1883-1903. Comparative table showing premiums reed, 
in Cal. during past 20 yrs, by life insurance cos., 
and losses and endowments paid by them. (35 
same 1902 (pp. 8-9)— 36 savie 1903.) 

1885-1903. Table showing no. and amt. of policies 
which have ceased to be in force during yr. with 
mode of termination of life Insurance cos. doing 
business In Cal., Dec. 31. (18 same 1885 (pp. 119- 
120)— 36 same 1903.) 
No repts. 1896-1898. 

. Same; no. and amt. of policies, including addi- 
tions, in force at end of previous yr., and an ex- 
hibit of policies issued, and of those which have 
ceased to be in force during yr. and those in force 
at end of yr., of life insurance cos. doing business 
in Cal., Dec. 31. (18 same 1885 (pp. 117-118)— 36 
same 1903.) 

No repts. 1896-1898. 

1886. Table giving no. of U. S. cos., life cos. (19 
same 1886: 4.) 

1887. See above. Fire and Marine; this date. 

. Suggestion that standard for valuation of life 

insurance policies should be advanced from 4Vi% 
to 4% with adoption of the Combined Experience or 
Actuaries Table of Mortality. (20 same 1887: 7.) 

1888. On act to amend sec. 447 of civil code of state, 
re. valuation of policies of life Insurance. (21 
same 1888: 128.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Life — cont'd 

1891-1894. Table showing risks written and risks ter- 
minated during yr. and certificates in force Dec. 31, 
of all assessment life, accident, and endowment 
assns. authorized to do business in state. (24 same 
1891 (p. 125)— 27 same 1894.) 

. Same; incomes and expenditures during yr. 

1891, and financial condition on Dec. 31, of all as- 
sessment, life, accident, and endowment assns. 
authorized to do business in state. (24 some 1891 
(pp. 123-124)— 27 same 1894.) 

1894. Comments on cost of life insurance. (27 same 
1894: 39-41.) 

1902. Summary showing life business for yr., indi- 
cating amt. of risks written, premiums reed., losses 
paid, and ratio of losses to premiums as to Cal. 
COS., COS. of other states, and foreign countries. 
(35 same 1902: 4.) 

. Summary showing more fully the conditions of 

life insurance business for past yr. (35 same 

1902: 8.) 
1902-1903. Comments on life insurance, assessment 

cos. (35 same 1902 (p. 9)— 36 same 1903.) 
. Same; level-premium cos. (35 same 1902 (pp. 

7-8)— 36 same 1903.) 

1903. Tabular summary of life Insurance business for 
yr., ordinary life business and industrial business. 
(36 same 1903: 8.) 

Assessment; see above, that title 

Marine 

See also above, Fire and Marine. 

1871. List of marine insurance cos. admitted during 
yr. to transact business in Cal. (4 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1871: 9.) 

. Ann. stmts, of individual marine cos. of foreign 

countries. (5 same 1872: 257-273.) 

. Tables showing various items composing gross 

assets, liabilities (except capital stock), incomes, 
expenditures, risks written, premiums reed., and 
amt. of risks in force, of marine insurance cos. 
doing business In Cal., Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 58- 
64.) 

. Same; summary of assets, liabilities, income, ex- 
penditures, etc., and amt. of surplus over capital 
stock, or amt. necessary to cover deficiency in same, 
of marine insurance cos. doing business in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (5 same 1872: 63.) 

1876. Same; business of marine cos. of foreign coun- 
tries for 1876, Cal. business. (9 same 1876: 15.) 

. Same; various items composing expenditures of 

marine insurance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 
31. (9 same 1876 (p. 100)— 28 same 1895.) 

. Citation from decision of Supreme Coiirt of XJ. S. 

aflSrmlng justice of act of sec. 451, Mch. 30, 1874, 
re. valuation of surrendered policies, and recom- 
mendation for amdrat. of sec. 451, to conform to 
principles laid down by court. (9 same 1876: 5-7.) 

187C-1880. Stmt, giving cos. authorized to collect re- 
newal premiums only. (9 savie 1876 (p. 5) — 13 
same 1880.) 

No rcplH. 1877-1870. 

. Table giving marine risks In force Dec. 31. (9 

same 1876 (p. 48)— 13 same 1880.) 

1876-1881. Same; summary of assets, liabilities, In- 
come, expenditures, etc., and amt. of surplus over 
capital stock, or amt. necessary to cover deficiency 
In same, of marine Insurance cos. doing business 
In Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 1876 (pp. 94-95)- 14 same 
1881.) 

1876-1884. Same; no. and amt. of |)olicloH which have 
ceased to be In force during yr. wllh mode of their 
termination, cos. doing buslncHS In Cal.. Dec. 31. 
(9 same 1876 (p. 117)— 17 same 1884.) 



INSURANCE— cont'd 
Marine — cont'd 

1876-1885. Same; no. and amt. of policies. Including 
additions, in force at end of previous yr. and ex- 
hibit of policies issued and of those which have 
ceased to be in force during yr. and of those in 
force at end of yr., cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 
31. (9 sa7ne 1S76 (p. 116)— 18 sa7ne 1885.) 

. Tables showing various items composing gross 

assets, liabilities, incomes, risks written, premiums 
reed., and amt. of risks in force, of marine Insur- 
ance cos. doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (9 same 
1876 (pp. 96-101)— 28 same 1895.) 

1877-1880. Table showing business of marine cos. for 
yr., Cal. business. (10 some 1877 (p. 173)— 13 
saitie 1880.) 

1877-1887. Same; marine business of Cal. insurance 
cos. for yr., Cal. business. (10 same 1877 (p. 166) 
—20 same 1887.) 

1881-1885. Same; marine risks in force on Dec. 31, 
Cal. business. (14 same 1881 (p. 15) — 18 same 
1885.) 

1882-1885. Same; summary of assets, liabilities, in- 
come, expenditures, etc., and amt. of surplus over 
capital stock, of marine insurance cos. doing busi- 
ness in Cal., Dec. 31. (15 same 1882 (pp. 92-93) — 
18 some 1885.) 

1883-1903. Same; premiums reed., losses paid, and ra- 
tio of losses to premiums In state by marine insur- 
ance cos. (35 same 1902 (p. 7)— 36 same 1903.) 

1886. See above. Fire and Marine, this date; two out 
of the three titles. 

1886-1887. Table showing marine risks in force, of 
foreign cos., Dec. 31, Cal. business. (19 A.R. insur- 
ance comr. 1SS6 (p. 23)— 20 same 1887.) 

1886-1895. Summary of assets, liabilities, income, ex- 
penditures, etc., of marine Insurance cos. doing 
business in Cal., Dec. 31. (19 same 1886 (pp. 102- 
103)— 28 same 1895.) 

1887. See above. Fire and Marine; this date. 

1888-1891. Table showing marine risks in force, of for- 
eign cos. and cos. of other states, Dec. 31, Cal. 
business. (21 A.R. insurance comr. 1888 (p. 22) — 
24 same 1891.) 

1888-1903. Same; business of marine cos. for yr., 
Cal. business. (21 same 1888 (p. 20)— 36 same 
1903.) 

No repts. ISOG-lSnS. 

1892-1900. Same; marine risks in force Dec. 31, Cal. 
business. (25 same 1892 (p. 15)— 33 same 1900.) 
No ropts. 18!)0-18ns. 

1896-1898. For these yrs. no repts. were prtd. 

1899-1903. Table showing various items composing in- 
comes of marine Insurance cos. doing business In 
Cal., Dec. 31. (32 some 1899 (p. 59)— 36 same 
1903.) 

. Tables showing various items composing expen- 
ditures, risks written, jircmlums reed., and amt. of 
risks in force, assets, and liabilities, of marine cos. 
doing business in Cal., Dec. 31. (32 some 1899 
(pp. 5G-(il)— 36 some 1903.) 

. Summary of assets, liabilities, Income, expendi- 
tures, etc., of marine cos. doing business in Cal., 
Dec. 31. (32 .some 1899 (p. 55)— 36 some 1903.) 

1902. Summary giving business of marine insurance 
transacted In state during yr. and comparing busi- 
ness done In cos. of Cal.. those of other stales, and 
those of foreign countries. (35 .sooie 1902: 6-7.) 

. Comment on marine Insurance, and list of new 

marine cos. admitted to state. (35 savic 1902: 5-C.) 

19021903. Tabic showing marine risks In force In 
other than Cal. cos. Doc. 31, Cal. business. (35 
«anie 1902 (p. 25)— 36 same 1903.) 



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INSURANCE— cont'd 
Marioe — cont'd 

1903. Remarks on marine insurance; also summary 
showing marine Inislnesa for yr., giving amt. of 
risks written, premiums reed., losses paid, and ra- 
tios of losses to premiums of Cal. cos., cos. of other 
states and foreign countries. (36 same 1903: 6.) 
Mutual 

1894. On assessment insurance; growth of mutual as- 
sessment, life and accident business, and sugges- 
tion for its adoption. (26 A.R. Insurance comr. 
1894: 7.) 

1899-1902. Table showing business of Cal. county mu- 
tual fire Insurance cos. for yr. (32 same 1899 (p. 
6)— 36 same 1903.) 

1902. Comments on mutual reserve litigation. (35 
same 1902: 15.) 

1903. Remarks on county Are mutuals. (36 same 
1903: 5.) 

Plate Glass 

1880. Table showing business of plate glass Insurance 
cos. for yr.. Cal. business. (13 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1880: 15.) 

1882-1890. See above, Accident; these dates. 

1888. See same; this date. 

1891-1895. See above, Fidelity; these dates. 

1899-1903. Table showing plate glass insurance for yr., 
Cal. business. (32 A.R. insurance comr. 1899 (p. 
16)— 36 same 1903.) 

1903. Remarks on plate glass Insurance for yr. (36 
same 1903: 10.) 
Revenue from 
Fees, Lice.nses, ano Taxes 

1868. Stmt, showing fees collected by Insurance comr. 
during yr. endg. Dec. 31, from whom and for what 
purpose such fees were collected. (1 A.R. insur- 
ance comr. 1868: 82-85.) 

1870-1872. Same; fees, licenses, taxes, and assess- 
ments. (3 same 1870 (pp. 98-101)— 5 same 1872.) 

1876. Same; fees, licenses, taxes, and assessments; life 
COS. (9 same 1876: 135.) 

1877-1884. Same; office collections showing amts. col- 
lected from different cos. for yr. endp. Dec. 31. (10 
same 1877 (pp. 269-270)— 17 same 1884.) 

1877-1903. Itemized stmt, of receipts and expenditures 
of oflBce for yr. (10 same 1877 (p. 77) — 36 same 
1903.) 

No repts. 1896-1898. 

1883-1902. Tabular stmt, showing amt. of fees and 
taxes paid by cos. to state. (35 same 1902: 13.) 

1885-1903. Stmt, of office collections, showing amts. 
collected from different cos. for yr. endg. Dec. 31, 
for filing and certifying copies of papers, taxes, 
and substitution of securities. (18 same 1885 (pp. 
121-122)— 36 same 1903.) 
Steam Boiler 

1888. See above, Accident; this date. 

1891-1895. See above. Fidelity; these dates. 

1899-1903. Table showing steam boiler insurance for 
yr. (32 A.R. insurance comr. 1899 (p. 16)— 36 
same 1903.) 

1902-1903. Remarks on condition of steam boiler insur- 
ance for yr. (35 same 1902 (p. 11)— 36 same 1903.) 
Surety; see above, Fidelity 



Title 
1887. 
1888. 
1895. 



See above. Fire and Marine; this date. 
See above. Accident; this date. 
Comments on title insurance. (28 A.R. insur- 
ance comr. 1895: 3-4.) 
1899-1903. Table showing title Insurance for yr., Cal. 
business. (32 same 1899 (p. 16)— 36 same 1903.) 
1902-1903. Remarks on condition of title insurance for 
yr. (35 same 1902 (pp. 10-11)— 36 same 1903.) 
Taxation; see that title 



INSURANCE: INDIVIDUAL COMPANIES 



Till- Cal. Insurance rents, do not Include full stmts, of 
l'"i 

P" 
and lire and marine cos. In 1876 such repts. for 



individual cos. l'"rora 1808 to 1872 such rentn. 
were niaile n part of ttie Insurance rents, for life 



life Insurance cos. of otiier states were Included. 
These are the only individual repts. maile. 
Builders' Insurance Company 

1868. Stmt, showing brief condition of affairs of co. 
on May ;U. (1 A.R. insurance comr. 1868: 17-19.) 
. The case of the People vs. the Builders' Insur- 
ance Co. (1 same 1868: 19-26.) 
California Insurance Company 

1870. Kept, on Increase in capital of Cal. Insurance 
Co. and the People's Insurance Co. (3 A.R. Insur- 
ance comr. 1870: 4.) 

Commercial Insurance Company; see below, State Invest- 
ment, etc.. Company 
Home Mutual Insurance Company 

1870. Rept. on reorganization of co. (3 A.R. insur- 
ance comr. 1870: 3-4.) 

Lloyds 

1894. Recommendation for enactment of statute Im- 
posing same conditions, and no more, upon the 
Llyods as are imposed upon insurance cos. of other 
states admitted to do business in Cal. (26 A.R. 
insurance comr. 1894: 9.) 

National Insurance Company 

1868. Res. providing for retirement of National Insur- 
ance Co., S. F.; also S. F. Insurance Co., with 
reasons for withdrawal of these two cos. (1 A.R. 
insurance comr. 1868: 9-14.) 

National Surety Company 

1894. Comments on co. and recommendation for more 
stringent laws on subject. (27 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1894: 35-36.) 

Oakland Home Insurance Company 

1893. Comments on affairs of co. (26 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1893: 19.) 

San Francisco Insurance Company; see above, National In- 
surance Company 

State Investment and Insurance Company 

1871. Rept. on organization of two local fire and ma- 
rine insurance cos.. State Investment and Insur- 
ance Co. and Commercial Insurance Co. of Cal., 
both located at S. P. (4 A.R. insurance comr. 
1871: 9-10.) 

1892. Investigations and examinations of State Invest- 
ment and Insurance Co., and comments on same. 
(25 same 1892: 20.) 

Sun Fire Office Company 

1885. Comments on failure of Sun Fire Office Co. of 
London, Eng., to comply with law governing for- 
eign insurance cos. in Cal. (18 A.R. insurance 
comr. 1885: 19-22.) 

INTEREST 

1851. Review of evils of existing unlimited rates of 

interest, urging restriction of same. (Govs. ann. 

mess. 1851.) 
1856. Rept. agst. proposed restriction of legal interest 

to 16%, reviewing benefits of unlimited interest. 

(Sen. jol. 1856: 248-251.) 

1858. Govs. mess, recommending change in usury law 
so that when attachments are levied upon property 
of absconding or failing debtor, proceeds shall be 
distributed pro rata amongst creditors; table show- 
ing rates of Interest in various states. (.Some 9 
sess. pp. 189-191.) 

1859. Minority rept. of Judiciary committee upon bill 
re. interest on money and to prevent usury. 
(Assem. jol. 10 sess. pp. 170-171.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



INTEREST FITND; see FINANCE: STATE. FUNDS 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE; see COMMERCE, ETC. 

INVESTMENT COMPANIES 

1894. Comment on fraudulent bond investment or 

guarantee cos. (27 A.R. insurance comr. 1894: 6-7; 

36-37.) 
1900-1904. Actions talven to restrain bond investment 

cos. from doing business in state. (Rept. atty. 

gen. 1900/2 (pp. 8-9)— sa?;;e 1902/4.) 

INYO COUNTY (i866) 
Antimony Mining 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Anti- 
mony; these dates. 

Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Borax in 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. 
Borax; these dates. 

Bullion Production 

1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 

Galena Mining 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Ga- 
lena; these dates. 

Gold in 

1881. See Natural Resources. Mineral; this date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
Iron in 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Iron; 
these dates. 

Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 
Minerals; see Natural Resources 
Mines 

1879/80. See Mineral Resources. Mineral. Produc- 
tion; this date. 
Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining; 
these dates. 

Silver in; see Natural Resources. Mineral. Silver 
Soda Produce; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

IOWA HILL 

Climate; see that title 
Rainfall; see Climate 

IRON; see NATURAL RESOURCES. MINERAL 

IRRIGATION; see LAND 

JACKSON 

Rainfall; see Climate 

JAILS; see MAINTENANCE: COUNTY 

JAPANESE 

Education; see Education. Aliens 
Labor; see Labor. Alien 

JUSTICE, ADMINISTRATION OF; sec ADMINISTRATION, 
ETC. 

JUTE 

Crop; Me Agriculture. Crops 



JUTE FUND; see LABOR. CONVICT LABOR 

KEELER 
Climate; see that title 

KERN COUNTY (i866) 
Antimony 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Anti- 
mony; these dates. 

Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Asphaltum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Bullion Production 

1885. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Production; 
this date. 
Clay in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Gold 
1881. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gold; this 

date. 
1892-1895. See same; these dates. 
1892/4-1894/6. See same; these dates. 
Gypsum 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gyp- 
sum; these dates. 

Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
missions 

Irrigation; see Land. Irrigation 

Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 

Mines and Mining 
1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Mining: 
these dates. 

Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See Industries, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 

Natural Gas in; see Natural Resources 

Petroleum in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Railroad Aid; see Railroads. Public Aid 

Silver 

1892-1895. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Silver: 

these dates. 
1892/4. See same; these dates. 

Sulphur in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

KINDERGARTENS; see EDUCATION 

KINGS COUNTY (1893) 
Artesian Wells; see Natural Resources 
Gypsum 

1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Gyp- 
sum; these dates. 
Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
missions 
Mining and Irrigating Canals 

1894/6. See liulvistrles, etc. Mining Canals, etc.; these 
dates. 
Natural Gas in; see Natural Resources 

KLAMATH COUNTY (1851-1874) 
Assessors; see Taxation: State 
Indian Depredations; see War Expenditures 

KLAMATH RIVER; see RIVER CONSERVANCY 

LA CRANGK 

Climate; see that title 



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LABOR 

serial 
Under Act of March 3, 1883. 
1883/4-1902/4. Blenn. rept. of bureau of labor statis- 
tics, 1-11. 

In CoUoclod docs, as follows ; 

1. 1883/4 In .\pp. to Jols. 26 sess. v. 4 unnnm, doc. 

2. 18S5/8 27 •• V. 7 

3. 1887/8 28 " v. 5 

4. 18.St)/i)0 29 " V. 8 

f). 181)1/2 SO •' V. 2 

0. 180:i/4 not puljllsbed In nuy form. 

7. ISflfi/U In App. to Jols. 32 sess. v. 7 doc. [3], 

8. 1807/8 not published In nnv form. 

ft. 1809/00 In App. to Jols. 34 sess. v. 3 doc. t2]. 
10. 1901/2 35 " V. 2 " [21 J. 

non-serial 

18G6. Two causes which have combined to retard pro- 
gress in ninfg. interest: scarcity of operations and 
high price of labor. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1866/7: 86.) 

1871. The needs of Cal. are cheap capital and cheap 
labor. if!a»ie 1870/1: 79.) 

1896. Bull, of Bureau of Labor Statistics; proposed 
labor laws. 29 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1899. Rept. on bureau of labor statistics. (Rept. of 
committee to make examination of state institu- 
tions 1899: 167-168.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. .33 sess. v. 2. 

1902. Comments on enforcement of some of the labor 
laws of Cal.: the 8-hr. law; law as to sanitary con- 
dition of work shops, etc.; employment agencies; 
non-payment of wages; mo. pay-day law; law rela- 
tive to employment of minors. (10 bienn. rept. 
labor statistics 1901/2: 32-45.) 

1902-1904. Legislation re. labor statistics. (10 same 
1901/2 (pp. 5-9)— 11 savie 1904.) 
Agriculture 

1883. The labor problem as relates to the farm in Cal.; 
Chinese labor. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1882: 19- 
20.) 

1884. The labor problem. (2 A.R. chief executive vitic. 
officer 1882/4: 27-29.) 

1886. The labor question: the Chinese. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1886: 200-201.) 

. Stmt, of J. S. Enos to Cal. Hortic. Socy., in re- 
ply to communication upon advisability of displac- 
ing Chinese in orchards, vineyards, and hop yards 
of state. 21 pp. (Labor statistics bureau.) 

1902. Agric. labor in state of Cal. (10 bienn. rept. 
labor statistics 1901/2: 10-15.) 

. Cal. fruit-grower, and the labor supply. (8 

bienn. rept. bd. hortic. 1901/2: 268-269.) 

. Paper on labor question in vineyards and orch- 
ards; discussion. (8 same 1901/2: 393-398.) 

1904. Rept. of Cal. Employment Committee. (1 blenn. 
rept. comr. hortic. 1903/4: 387-388.) 
Wages; see below, that title 
Aliens 
Chinesb 

See also above, Agriculture, and below, Mines. 

1870. Petition of unemployed laborers praying for the 
total exclusion of Chinese race from state because 
of their cheap labor, which injures wages of said 
petitioners. 2 11. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 un- 
num. doc.) 

1880-1900. Table giving no. of Chinese and Japanese, 
by COS.— 18S0, 1890, 1900. (11 bienn. rept. labor 
statistics 1902/4: 73.) 

1886. The labor question — the Chinese. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1886: 200-201.) 

1887. Rept. on charges made agst. T. A. Lord, director 
of Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Asylum re. employment 
of Chinese labor. (Sen, jol. 27 sess. pp. 68-69.) 

1888. Alien act passed by Congress. (8 A.R. state 
mineralogist 1887/8: 898.) 



LABOR— cont'd 
Aliens — cont'd 
Ciiink.sk — cont'd 

1903. Stmt, giving no. of Chinese employed In various 
industries in S. F. (11 bienn. rept. labor statis- 
tics 1902/4: 75.) 

1904. Table showing no. of Cliinoso and .lapanese in 
Cal. 10 yrs. of age and over, who are gainfully em- 
ployed, distributed according to five main occupa- 
tion groups. (11 same 1902/4: 77.) 

. Comments on no. and condition of Chinese and 

Japanese in Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 72-78.) 

. See also below, Employment; this date. 

Japanese 

1880-1890. See above, Chinese; these dates. 

1899-1904. Comparative table showing no. of Japanese 
from foreign ports landed at S. F., from Oct., 1899, 
to Sept., 1904. (11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 
1902/4: 74.) 

1902. Tables showing no. of Jajianese mining immi- 
grants arriving each mo. during 1889, portion of 
1900, and 1902. (10 same 1901/2: 29-30.) 

. Comments on Japanese in Cal. (10 sam.e 1901/2: 

29-31.) 

1903-1904. Table showing no. of Japanese from Ha- 
waiian ports and by land from Victoria, landed at 
S. F. from Jan. 1, 1903, to Oct. 6, 1904. (11 same 
1902/4: 74.) 

1904. See above, Chinese; this date. 

. See also below, Employment; this date. 

Apprentice 

1904. Table showing the apprentice system, data from 
employers, each line representing conditions in 
some shop typical of Its class. (11 bienn. rept. 
labor statistics 1902/4: 21.) 

. Remarks on the apprentice system in Cal. and 

table giving union rules regarding apprentices. (11 
same 1902/4: 18-29.) 
Bureau of Labor Statistics 
Expenditures for; see below, that title 
Reports ; see above, " Serial " 
Child Labor 

See also below. Employment. 

1880-1900. Table showing no. and per cent of bread- 
winners among children 10 to 15 yrs. of age, classi- 
fied by sex, for continental U. S. and Cal. (11 
bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 88.) 

1900. Same; no. and per cent of distribution of child 
breadwinners 10 to 15 yrs. of age, by sex and age, 
engaged in selected occupations, for Cal. (11 same 
1902/4: 91.) 

. Tables showing no. and per cent of child bread- 
winners 10 to 15 yrs. of age, classified by sex, in 
main classes of occupations, for continental U. S. 
and Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 89-90.) 

1902-1904. Article on children of wage-earners and 
"higher education." (10 same 1901/2 (pp. 46-62) 
—11 same 1902/4.) 

1904. Remarks on women and children wageworkers. 
(11 same 1902/4: 11-17.) 
HouBS of; see below, that title 

Convict Labor 

PRISONS 

1857. Stmt, of terms upon which state prison grounds 
and convicts can be leased for term of 4 yrs. 
(Assem. jol. 8 sess. p. 748.) 

. Rept. of select committee re. cost of surrender 

of contract of lessee of state prison to state, and 
possibility of deriving Income from convict labor. 
13 pp., 1 1. (App. to Assem. jol. 8 sess. doc. 8.) 

1858. Rept. re. convict labor. (Sen. jol. 9 sess. pp. 
457-458.) 



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LABOR— cont'd 

Convict Labor — cont'd 

PRISONS— cont'd 

1860. Stmt, showing operation of state prison labor 
from Oct. 11 to Dec. 31, 1860. (A.R. state prison 
director 1860: 63.) 

1864-1867. Table showing total no. of shoes mnttred., 
issued, and repaired from Oct. 1, 1864, to Nov. 1, 
1867, including cost, etc.; also mo. average of no. 
issued and repaired, including cost, etc. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1863/5 (p. 53)— 40?;ie 1865/7.) 

1865-1867. Recommendation re. ann. apprn. of $75,000, 
which should continue so long as prison contains 
700 prisoners, or until state becomes so largely in- 
terested in mnftres. that convict labor will be 
worth $1 per day. {Same 1865/7: 6.) 

1866. Rept. of Assem. committee on state prison with 
stmts, of cost of pants and shirts mnftred. by state 
from Mission Woolen Mills goods, and daily allow- 
ance of each prisoner and officer of prison, etc. 
6 pp. (App. to jols. 16 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1867-1871. Table giving total earnings of prison 
proper. (Bienn. rept. state prison director 1867/9 
(p. 17)— same 1869/71.) 

1868/9. Table giving cost of brick-yard and receipts 
from same. (Same 1867/9: 18-20.) 

1874. Memorial from mechanics' state council in ref- 
erence to state prison labor. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 
20 sess. v. 6 [doc. 6].) 

Recommending system of prison labor to compete wltb 
Chinese labor. 

1884. Assem. petition re. petitioning Congress of U. 
S. to allow state of Cal. a drawback of all duties 
on jute imported by order of state bd. of prison 
directors. 2 11. (Same 25 sess. (Ex.) doc. [4].) 

1886. Decision of Supreme Court in case of The People 
of State of Cal. vs. The Folsom Water Power Co. 
re. convict labor. (7 A.R. state prison director 
1885/6: 99-122.) 

1887. Veto of act to amend act making apprn. for 
establishment of a permanent fund for purchase of 
jute, to be mnftred. at state prison. (Sen. jol. 27 
sess. pp. 522-523; 555-556.) 

. Argument of Peter Roberts, delivered before 

Assem. committee on Assem. bill 13, re. alleged low- 
ering of wages of free laborers, by convict labor, 
and necessity for shutting down all prison manu- 
factories, except those for jute. 12 pp. (App. to 
jols. 27 sess. v. 8 doc. [7].) 

. Rept. of Assem. committee suggesting suspen- 
sion of furniture and door depts. of state prisons, 
in which prisoners now compete with free work- 
Ingmen. and adoption only of jute mnftres. and 
those which will supply goods needed by various 
state institutions. 4 pp. (Same 27 sess. v. 8 
doc. [161.) 

1890. ,Iute mill: state prison bag factory, showing cost 
of plant and operating expenses of jute mill at 
San Qiientin. 12 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Ilowker. 

1890/1-1897/8. Table showing pay-roll of ofllccrs, 
guards, and Jute-mlU employes for each yr. (Kept, 
of committee to make examination of state Institu- 
tions 1899: 131.) 

. Same; In App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1893. Petition of emiiloyes In ranftre. of cordage pray- 
ing Sen. will not pass bill to establish cordage 
factory at Folsom state prison. (Sen. jol. 30 sess. 
p. 670.) 

1895. Act providing for erection and operalion of 
rock-crushing plants at state prisons, for prepara- 
tion of highway material. 3 pp. 



LABOR— cont'd 

Convict Labor — cont'd 

PKISONS— cont'd 

1895/6. Rock-crushing plant erected at Folsom state 
prison in accordance with provisions of act of May 
28, 1895. (Bienn. rept. bureau of highways 1895/6: 
15-16.) 

1896-1904. Stmt, of condition of rock-crushing revolv- 
ing fund. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1894/6 (p. 
93)— same 1902/4.) 

1897/8. Total value of jute mills; comment on plant; 
prison mnftres. (Rept. of committee to make ex- 
amination of state institutions 1899: 132.) 

. Same; in App. to jols. 33 sess. v. 2. 

1900. Convict labor on roads. (Bienn. rept. dept. of 
highways 1899/00: 61-G3.) 

1901. Veto of act authorizing state prison directors to 
employ prisoners in construction and repair of 
roads to prison. (Assem. jol. 33 sess. pp. 426-427.) 

1904. Table showing no. and nature of employment of 
inmates of San Quentin prison on Sept. 21, 1904. 
(11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 103.) 
Revolving Jute Fund 

1886-1904. Stmt, of condition of fund. (Bienn. rept. 
state controller 1884/6 (p. 86)— same 1902/4.) 

REFORMATORIES 
See also Maintenance: State Individual Instltullons. 
Delinquents. Minors, for titles among the non- 
serial material. 

1898. Road work at Preston School of Industry. 
(Bienn. rept. dept. of highways 1897/8: 22.) 
Cost of Living 

1886. Cost of living in S. F. (2 bienn. rept. labor sta- 
tistics bureau 1885/6: 145-152.) 
Employment 

1SS0-1S90. Table giving no. and per cent of breadwin- 
ners in population of all ages and at least 10 yrs. 
of ase, classified by sex, for continental U. S. and 
Cal., 1880, 1890, 1900. (11 bienn. rept. labor sta- 
tistics 1902/4: 80.) 

1880-1900. Table showing no. and per cent of bread- 
winners in main classes of occupations for conti- 
nental U. S. and Cal., 1900, 1890, and 1880. (11 
same 1902/4: S3.) 

. Same; breadwinners classified as men, women, 

and children, and per cent distribution for conti- 
nental 11. S. and Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 86.) 

. Table giving per cent distribution of breadwin- 
ners in main classes of occupation, for continental 
U. S. and Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 85.) 

1900. Table showing no. of men and women breadwin- 
ners classified as young persons and adults, and 
per cent of each in total breadwinners, for conti- 
nental U. S. and Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 87.) 

. Same; no. and per cent of adult male breadwin- 
ners in main classes of occupations, for continental 
U. S. and Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 87.) 

. Table giving breadwinners classified by race. 

and per cent distribution, for continental U. S. and 
Cal. 1900. (11 same 1902 '4: SI.) 

. Table showing no. and per cent of broadwinnors 

In iiopulatlon at least 10 yrs. of age, classified by 
sex and race, for continental U. S. and Cal. (11 
sawe 1902/4: 82.) 

1904. Comments on no. and condition of the unem- 
ployed. (11 satne 1902/4: 93-95.) 

. Table sliowlng tolnl no. of persons 10 yrs. of 

age and over engaged In gainful occuiiatioua and In 
each class of occui)atlons who were unemployed 
during some part of yr., classified by sex and length 
of time unemployed, for continental V. S. and Cal 
(11 same 1902/4: 94.) 



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153 



LABOR— cont'd 

Employment — cont'd 

1904. Same; percentages of total no. of persons over 
10 yrs. of age who are employed at gainful occu- 
pations, and per cent of employed who are unem- 
ployed during some part of yr. in different ele- 
ments of population, classified as white, negro, In- 
dian, Chinese, and Japanese. (11 same 1902/4: 
78.) 

Employment Bureaus 

18G8/9. Kept, of transactions of Labor and Employ- 
ment Exchange from Apr. 27. 1868. to Nov. 30. 
1869. 16 pp. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [59].) 
1879. Recommendation that labor bureau or bureau of 
information be organized under state control and 
mngmt. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1879: 11-12.) 
1891. Evidence taken before the Sen. labor and capital 
committee upon fraudulent practices of employ- 
ment agencies; also evidence taken before Assem. 
committee. 6, 4 pp. (App. to jols. 29 sess. v. 7 
docs. [8. 8a].) 

Expenditures fob; see below, that title 

Expenditures 

BUHEAU OF L.\BOE STATISTICS 

1883-1894. Cost of bureau of labor statistics; expendi- 
tures from apprns. made by state, and cost of prtg. 
(A.R. bd. examiners dated 1895: 67.) 

1884-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for bureau of labor 
statistics. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1882/4 
(p. 55)— same 1902/4.) 

1902-1904. Financial stmt. (10 blenn. rept. labor sta- 
tistics 1901/2 (pp. 137-140)— 11 same 1902/4.) 
Employment Bureau 

1871. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for support of Cal. 
labor exchange. (Bienn. rept. state controller 
1869/71: 47.) 
Hours of 

Sec also below. Wages ; see also Sunday Observance. 

1874. Veto of act to amend political code of state, 
and to protect health and regulate hrs. of labor of 
street-car conductors and drivers. (Assem. jol. 20 
sess. pp. 1115-1117.) 

1892-1894. Eight-hr. labor law should be enforced and 
leglsl. should attach penalty sufficient to Insure 
that will of people expressed in constitution shall 
be carried out. (Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2 (pp. 13- 
14)— same 1893/4.) 

1904. Table showing no. and hrs. of labor of women 
and minors from 153 establishments in S. F. and 
vicinity. (11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 1902/4: 
12.) 

. Comments on shortening hrs. of labor. (11 

same 1902/4: 96-97.) 
Indian 

1904. See above, Employment; this date. 

Institutional 

See above Convict Labor. See also references among 
the Don-serlal material under Maintenance : State. 
Industries. 
Laws 

1902. Labor laws of state enacted since 1900. (10 

blenn. rept. labor statistics 1901/2: 143-149.) 
1904. Statutes and decisions affecting labor. (11 same 
1902/4: 121-136.) 
Mines 

See also License. Miners. 
1850. Suggestion for method of disposal of and work- 
ing mines by committee on res. re. same, urging 
exclusive rights for Amer. citizens. (Legisl. Jol. 
1849/50: 802-806; 808-812.) 



LABOR— cont'd 

Mines — cont'd 

1851. Opinion of Supreme Court of Cal. in case of 
People ex. re. Atty. Gen. vs. Henry M. Naglee. 
(App. to Sen. Jol. 2 sess. pp. G83-701 doc. U.) 

Couslllntlonnllly of net prohlbltlnR unlicensed foreign- 
ers from working the niliii-s. 

1852. General review of coolie contract system and its 
operation In increased transportation of Chinese 
coolie labor to Cal. for labor in mines. (Govs, 
mess. Apr. 23. 1852.) 

. Minority rept. objecting to passage of bill to in- 
troduce foreign contract labor into state. (App. 
to Sen. Jol. 1852: 609-675.) 

. Rept. re. raining situation, with suggestions for 

federal and state legislation resp.; urging, on part 
of federal govt, provision for leasing quartz veins, 
mines, and continuance of free mining for placers, 
and, on part of slate govt., protection agst. foreign 
contract labor in mines and taxation of foreign 
miners. (Assem. Jol. 1852: 590-595 and app. pp. 829- 
835.) 

. Rept. on Chinese immigrants urging total exclu- 
sion of Chinese from mines. (App. to Sen. Jol. 
1852: 731-737.) 

1853. Repts. on advantages and disadvantages of per- 
mitting foreign, and especially Chinese, labor in 
mines. 21 pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 1853 doc. 28.) 

1854. Should policy of admitting foreign labor in 
mines be contd. by legisl., recommended that taxa- 
tion be rendered more productive by increase of 
foreign miner's license tax. (A.R. state controller 
1853/4: 31.) 

1855. Rept. re. Chinese labor In mines, urging prohi- 
bition of same as measure for checking further im- 
migration and ridding state of those already lo- 
cated therein. (Sen. jol. 1855: 418-419.) 

. Rept. favoring continuance of Chinese labor In 

mines, suggesting only imposition of small pas- 
senger tax to restrain undue immigration. (Assem. 
jol. 1855: 463-465.) 

. Rept. favoring exclusion of Chinese from mines, 

with citations showing authority of state to enforce 
same. (Same 1855: 482-485.) 

. Minority rept. of select committee on res. of 

miners' convention of Shasta Co. 7 pp. (App. to 
Sen. Jol. 6 sess. doc. 16.) 

Favoring Chinese exclusion by capitation tax. but 
not their sudden expulsion from mineral regions, 
thus resulting In loss of revenue from their ex- 
penditures anil foreign mintTs* tax, and. since 
many are too poor to go homo, in tbolr distribution 
In farming districts whirc oompclltlon of such 
numbers will still furthf-r reduce wages. 
The title of minority report Is Incorrect. That rent, 
printcil In the App. to the Sen. Jol. Is In reality 
the majority reiit. The minority rept. Is printed 
In the body of the Sen. Jol. 

. Minority rept. re. proposed removal of Chinese 

from mines, citing provisions of treaty with China, 
and suggesting employment of Chinese labor in 
development of agric. (Sen. Jol. 1855: 496-500.) 

. Rept. [adverse] of minority of select committee 

on mines and mining interests on bill to prohibit 
all persons of foreign birth not eligible to citizen- 
ship, from working, or owning, mines In state; 
favors immigration of Chinese, chiefly because of 
revenue derived from foreign miners' tax. (App. 
to Sen. Jol. 6 sess. doc. 19 pp. 9-13.) 

. Repts. of Assem. select committee on bills 206- 

208. re. excluding all persons of foreign birth, who 
are not eligible to citizenship, from privilege of 
working mines of state. 8 pp. (App. to Assem. 
Jol. 6 sess. doc. 19.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



LABOR— cont'd 

Mines — cont'd 

1855. Rept. of Mr. Flint, of select committee to whom 
was referred res. of Miners' Convention at Shasta 
Co. 6 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 6 sess. doc. 19.) 

DIfferins from rest in that altboutrh he disapproves of 
Chinese as class, still, as they have practically been 
Invited to California, he does not favor their 
expulsion, if onlv on aect. of their value as asrlc. 
laborers, and refers to treaties with China. Sug- 
gests breaking up of " Triad Society." 

1856. Minority rept. of committee on mines and min- 
ing interests to whom was referred bill to repeal 
act of Apr. 30, 1855, taxing Chinese, urging pas- 
sage of same as means of securing valuable trade 
with China, and also increasing revenue from 
miners' licenses. (Sen. jol. 7 sess. pp. 398-401.) 

. Minority rept. of committee on mines and min- 
ing interests, objecting to proposed repeal of act 
of Apr. 30, 1S55. taxing Chinese miners, declaring 
presence of Chinese in state to be great moral and 
social evil, to degrade labor and depreciate its 
value, and showing existing law to have been 
passed in obedience to almost unanimous demand 
of laboring classes in state. (Same 1 sess. pp. 457- 
460.) 

. Majority rept. of committee on mines and min- 
ing interests recommending passage of Sen. bill 11 
to repeal sec. 1 of act of Apr. 30, 1855, taxing for- 
eign miners and particularly Chinese. 6 pp. (App. 
to Sen. jol. 7 sess. doc. [22].) 

. Same; minority rept. 6 pp. (!?ame 7 sess. doc. 

[231.) 

1859. Corresp. re. disturbances over Chinese miners. 
(Assem. jol. 10 sess. pp. 401-406.) 

. Minority rept. on act to prohibit Chinese or 

Mongolians from working gold mines of state. 
(Same 10 sess. pp. 701-703.) 

. Memorial praying for banishment of Chinese 

miners from state. (Same 10 sess. pp. 260-261.) 

1889. No. of men engaged in mining; the Mongolian 
element; the Cal. miner — wages, etc. (9 A.R. state 
mineralogist 1888/9: 21-24.) 

1890. Present legislation for protection of miners; ad- 
ditional legislation advised, and creation of office 
of inspector of mines recommended, (10 same 
1889/90: 17-19.) 

1893/4-1895/6. Census of miners, quarrymen, etc., by 

cos. (13 same 1894/6: 11.) 
1902. See above. Alien. Japanese; this date. 
License; see that title 
Wages; see that title 
Negro 

1904. Stmt, giving total male and female colored per- 
sons, 10 yrs. of age and over, engaged in selected 
groups of occupations, for Cal. (11 blenn. rept. 
labor statistics 1902/4:76.) 
. See also above. Employment; this date. 

Occupations 

See also above, Kmployment. 
1904. Comparative statistics of occupations in Cal. and 
continental U. S. (11 bienn. rept. labor statistics 
1902/4: 79-82.) 
Aobicui-tuhe; see above, that tltlo 
Mines; see above, that title 
Printing; see bolow, that title 
Railboad; see below, that title 
Printing 

1888. InvoHtlgatInn into condition of la))0r in jirtK. 
CBtabliHhmenlH of S. F. and Oakland, 27 pp. ( liu- 
reau of labor HtallHtlcs.) 



LABOR— cont'd 
Public Works 

1885. Rept. of J. S. Enos to gov. upon inquiry as to 
" condition of laborers employed by contractors on 
sea-wall at S. F.," etc. 140 pp. (App. to jols. 27 
sess. V. 5 doc. [4].) 
• — — . Rept. on charges agst. contractors engaged in 
construction of sea-wall at S. F. re. violating 8-hr. 
law. (Sen. jol. 26 sess. pp. 471-472.) 
1887. Investigation of labor matters on the city front, 
S. F.; commencing July 6. 57 pp. (Bureau of 
labor statistics.) 

Not seen; entry from Bowker. 

. Investigation into condition of men working on 

water-front and on bd. of Pacific Coast vessels. 107 
pp. (Same.) 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Railroad 

1890. Table showing distribution of employes. (11 A. 
R. r.r. comrs. 1890: 55.) 
Wages; see below, that title 
Welfare Work; see below, that title 
Revenue 

Convict Labor; see above, that title 
Wages 

1900-1902. Comparison betw. prevailing average wages 
and hrs. of labor in various vocations in Cal. (10 
bienn. rept. labor statistics 1900/2: 63-66.) 
Agriculture 

1893-1895. Comparative table showing average wages 
of farm hands, blacksmiths, and carpenters each 
yr., by cos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1895: 109- 
111.) 
Blacksmiths; see above, Aqeicultcbe 
Carpenters; see above, Agriculture 
Lumbermen 

1902. Table giving prevailing wages and hrs. of labor 
in lumber industry in Cal. (10 bienn. rept. labor 
statistics 1901/2: 26.) 

. Comparative table betw. prevailing wages and 

hrs. of labor in lumber industry in Cal., Mich., 
Wash., and Va. (10 same 1901/2: 27.) 
Miners 

1902. Article on wages, hrs. of labor per diem, etc, of 
miners in Cal. (10 bienn. rept. labor statistics 
1901/2: 10-24.) 

. Table showing miners' wages, hrs. of service 

per diem, etc., in Cal. as compared with miners In 
other states and countries. (10 sainc 1901/2: 23.) 
Railroad 

1878. Stmt, giving wag-^s paid during yr. 187S to va- 
rious classes of employes by Central and Southern 
Pacific R.Rs. and system of roads operated by them. 
(3 A.R. r.r. comrs. 1S82: 631.) 
rnielng from Collected docs. 
1887. Tables showing wages paid during 1887 to va- 
rious classes of employes by Southern Pacific Co., 
No. DIv., and comparison of wages paid on roads 
In Cal. witli roads out of Chicago; mo. of Oct. 
taken as basis. (9 same 1888: 42-49.) 
1889-189G. Stmt, of wages reed, by r.r. employes in 
state. (10 same 1889 (p. 50) — bleuu. rept. same 
1895/6.) 
Sailors 

1904. Table showing rales of wages, period of employ- 
ment, hrs. of labor, etc., of niombors of maritime 
labor organizations In t^al. (11 blcnn. ropt. labor 
statistics 1902/4: 53.) 
State Puintino Okkick 

1887. Comment on rate of wages paid cmpbiyos of 
Btnto prfp. odlco, with corresp. re. same. (A.R. bd 
examiners dated 1889: 6-7.) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



166 



LABOR— cont'd 
Wages — cont'd 
Teachers 

1852-1865. See Education; those dates. 

1855-1879. See same; these dates. 

1860. See same; this date. 

1863. Comment on Inadequacy of teachers' wages, con- 
tinued change of teachers and their attendance on 
Institutes. (13 A.R. supt. public Instruction 1863: 
11-15.) 

1865-18G7. Comment on teachers' wages In state and 
comparison with other states; favoring employ- 
ment of female teac-hers; salaries of female teach- 
ers In Cal. higher than In any other state. (1 
blenn. rept. same 1864/5 (pp. 42-51) — 2 same 
1866/7.) 

1867. Salaries of the best teachers. (2 same 1866/7: 
97-98.) 

1871. See Education; this date. 

1888. Cal. pays her teachers a higher salary than any 
other state in the Unlop; also same salary paid to 
women teachers as to men when doing the same 
work. (13 rept. supt. public Instruction 1886/8: 8.) 

Welfare Work 

1870/1. Rept. on subject of r.r. hospital. (1 blenn. 
rept. bd. of health 1870/1: 42.) 

Women 

See also above, Employment. 
1904. See above, Child Labor; this date. 
HouBS of; see above, that title 

LABOR DISPUTES 

serial 
Under Act approved March 10, 1801. 
1891/2-1892/4. Bienn. rept. of comrs. of state bd. of 
arbitration. 

In Collected doca. as follows : 

1891/2 in App. to Jols. 30 sess. v. 1 unnum. 

doc. 
1892/4 in App. to Jols. 31 seas. v. G unnum. 
doc. 
Mo more published. 

non-serial 
1880-1900. Resume of subject of arbitration as applied 
to Industrial disputes as far as progress has been 
made In different countries and various states. (10 
blenn. rept. labor statistics 1901/2: 80-136.) 

LABOR UNIONS 

1878. Preamble and res. of workingmeu of Sacra- 
mento. 2 11. (App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 (doc. 30].) 
Protest aRst. dangerous and Incendiary policy of men 
of S. F. claiming to lead labor movement. 

. Repts. of committee on labor investigation. 9 pp. 

(Same 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 41].) 

Re. charge of Interference In mtga. of Worltlngmens 
Party. 

1889. Investigation into grievances complained of by 
the Harness Makers' Union of S. F. 50 pp. (Bu- 
reau of labor statistics.) 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1902-1904. List of labor organizations in Cal. and com- 
ments on same. (10 bienn. rept. labor statistics 
1901/2 (pp. 67-79)— 11 same 1902/4.) 

1904. Table showing name, date of organization, mem- 
bership. Initiative fees, dues, benefits, etc., of mari- 
time labor organizations in Cal. (11 same 1902/4: 
54.) 

. Maritime labor organizations of Cal. (11 same 

1902/4: 49-72.) 

LABORATORIES 
Mineral; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Yiticultural; see Industries, etc Inspection 



LAGUNITAS LAKE 
Rainfall; see Climate 

LAKE COUNTY (i86i) 

Assessors; see Taxation: State 

Borax 

1892/4-1894/G. See Natural Resources. MlneraL 
Eora.x; these dates. 

Geology; see Natural Resources 

Horticultural Board; see Agriculture. Horticultural Com- 
missions 

Lime in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Limestone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Marble in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 

Mineral Springs in; see Natural Resources 

Mines and Mining 

1889/90-1890/2. See Industries, etc. Mines and Min- 
ing; these dates. 

Quicksilver 
1892/4-1894/6. See Natural Resources. Mineral. Quick- 
silver; these dates. 

Sandstone in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Sulphur in; see Natural Resources. Mineral 
Surveyor; see Land 
Temperature; see Climate 

LAND 

1851. Letter of secy, of state re. new offices [i. e. re. 
land office]. (App. to Sen. jol. 2 sess. pp. 681-682 
doc. T.) 

1852. Review of large quantity of arable lands situated 
in various cos. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

1862. Comments on floating islands. (A.R. surveyor 

gen. 1862: 44-56.) 
1883. The fertile lands of Cal. (Trans, state agric. 

socy. 1883: 208-214.) 

1885. "Bedrock lands" of Sacramento Co.; by Hll- 
gard. 1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 44.) 

1886. The productive capacity of the undeveloped 
lands of the coast range; probable e.xtent to which 
timber and brush lands will be cleared under in- 
fluence of agric. development. (1 bienn. rept. for- 
estry bd. 1885/6: 191-196.) 

1890. The solution of large land holdings problem in 
Cal., in opinion of pres. of bd. of agric, Is en- 
couragement of Immigration of homeseekers to 
purchase and settle upon this land; payments on 
same being arranged to cover from 4 to 6 yrs. 
(Trans, state agric. socy. 1890: 24-25.) 

1891. The cienegas of Southern Cal. (Blenn. rept. 
agric. exper. stations 1892/4: 185-188.) 

1892. Clearing land in Sierra foothills; by G. Hansen. 
(A.R. same 1891/2: 190-192.) 

1893-1895. Comparative table showing average values 
of improved land (bearing and unbearing on Dec. 
1 of each yr., by cos.). (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1895: 112.) 

1896. Suggestions regarding examination of lands; 
Oct. 7 pp. (Unnum. circular, agric. exper. sta- 
tion.) 

1900. Memorials and res. adopted by Fruit Growers' 
Convention re. restricting devastation of mt. lands 
by prospecting for minerals, etc. (7 bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1899/00: 23-25.) 

Alkali 

1889-1901. Alkali reclamation at Tulare substation; by 
C. H. Shinn. (Rept. agric. exper. stations 1898/01 
pt. 2: 204-214.) 



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INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



LAND— cont'd 

Alkali — cont'd 

1S96/7. Investigations of natural vegetation of alliali 
lands; introductory note by E. W. Hilgard; tables 
giving determination of alkali salts in soils upon 
which various plants grow; description of varie- 
ties; plants as alkali indicators; some cultivated 
crops for alkali soils; by J. B. Davy. (Bienn. 
rept. same 1895/6: 53-75.) 

1898-1901. Gooselands of Glenn and Colusa cos.; me- 
chanical analyses of soil, chemical analyses show- 
ing amt. of alkali; by R. H. Loughridge; notes on 
alkali lands; by T. L. Knock; alkali and alkali in- 
dicators of Glenn Co. gooselands; vegetation; by 
J. B. Davy. (Rept. same 1898/01 pt. 1: 21-33.) 

1900. Nature, value, and utilization of alkali lands; by 
Hilgard. 46 pp. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 128.) 

Desert 
1880. Testimony re. sale of desert lands in Lassen Co. 

54 pp. (App. to jols. 23 sess. v. 6 unnum. doc.) 
1890. The Colorado Desert; bibliog. of subject tor 

those desiring further information; by C. H. Or- 

cutt. (10 A.R. state mineralogist 1889/90: 899- 

919.) 
1897/8. Endurance of drought in soils of arid regions; 

by E. W. Hilgard and R. H. Loughridge. (A.R. 

agric. exper. station 1897/8: 40-64.) 
1902. Lands of Colorado Delta and Salton basin; by 

Snow, Hilgard. and Shaw. 51 pp. (Agric. exper. 

station, bull. 140.) 

Drainage 

In order to avoid unnecessary duplication all material, 
except the purely local, relating to drainage has 
been grouped under River Conservancy, which see. 
1870. Res. passed by bd. of supervisors of Fresno Co. 
and presented to Assem. Mch. 16, requesting defeat 
of Assem. bill 328, providing for drainage, etc., of 
certain lands, and for navigation betw. certain 
places; also of bill granting exclusive right to cer- 
tain parties to use of King's River for purpose of 
running lumber for term of yrs.; also of franchise 
for exclusive right to fisheries of any lake or 
stream in Fresno Co. 2 U. (App. to Jols. 18 sess. 
V. 3 doc. [481.) 

1902. Preliminary plans and estimates for drainage of 
Fresno; by C. G. Elliott, agt. and expert, irrigation 
investigations. (Rept. agric. exper. stations 1901/3: 
57-64.) 

1903. The benefits of drainage; by E. W. Hilgard. 
(Same 1901/3: 64-65.) 

1853. Additional measures urged for securing escheat- 
ed estates for educational purposes. (Govs. ann. 
mess. 1853.) 

1854. Legislation needed to secure state's interest in 
escheated estates. (Govs, special mess. May 8, 
1854.) 

. Rept. re. history of Leldesdorft estate, and 

grounds for considering same as escheated prop- 
erty. (Sen. jol. 1854: 487-489.) 

. Govs. mess. re. escheat to state of Leidesdorft 

estate. (Same 1854: 265-206; Assem. Jol. pp. 281- 
282.) 

1855. Same; re. necessity of Immediate action to se- 
cure Leldesdorff estate to state In view of Impend- 
ing sale of samo, and pending decision of courts 
re. state's right to same as rschoated properly. 
(Sen. Jol. 1855: 32.3-326; Assem. Jol. pp. 341-343.) 

. Review of proceedlngB Instituted to secure cer- 
tain escheated property to stnte, showing Import- 
ance of further provision for securing escheated 
estates In future. (Govs. aim. mess. 1855: 21-22.) 

1857-1860. Illrara Smith, Jr. (absent heir of H. Smith, 
deceased). (10 A.R. state treasurer 1850/7 (pp 
30-31; 50-51)— «ome 1859/00.) 



LAND— cont'd 
Escheats — cont'd 

1858. Communication from atty. gen. re. estate es- 
cheated to state and for which no apprn. has been 
made. (Assem. Jol. 9 sess. pp. 270-271.) 

1S59. Atty. gens, recommendation for apprn. for fund 
for prosecution of escheated estates. (Sen. Jol. 10 
sess. pp. 286-287.) 

1861. Rept. [favorable] on Sen. bill 90, "act to regu- 
late settlement of estates of deceased persons," 
passed May 1, 1851, and reported back with 
amdmts. 7 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 12 sess. doc. 
[12].) 

1873. Comments on intestate estates, and suggestion 
that act be passed authorizing controller to dis- 
pose of land and pay proceeds into school fund. 
(Bienn. rept. state controller 1871/3: 22.) 

1879. Escheated estates; suggested amdmt. to law re. 
disposition of same by state. (Rept. atty. gen. 
1878/9: 7-8.) 
Receipts and Expenditures 

1853-1874. Stmt, of moneys paid into treasury from 
estates of deceased persons and escheated estates. 
7 pp. (App. to jols. 20 sess. v. 6 [doc. 12].) 

1854-1855. Atty. gens, communication re. transactions 
and expenditures for recovery of escheated estates. 
(Sen. jol. 1856: 189-191.) 

1854-1884. Stmt, of estates of deceased persons in acct. 
with state treasurer. (A.R. state treasurer 1853/4 
(pp. 20-21)— bienn. rept. so»!e 1882/4.) 

1856. Rept. of controller pursuant to res. of Jan. 26, 
1856, requiring exhibit of warrants issued under 
act of Mch. 20, 1855, to provide for prosecution 
of escheated estates, showing expenditures and 
balance on hand Feb. 1, 1856. (Assem. Jol. 1856: 
219-230.) 

1861-1904. Stmt, of condition of estates of deceased 
persons (G. Brock), June 30. (A.R. state control- 
ler 1860/1 (pp. 34-35)— bienn. rept. same 1902/4.) 

1871-1896. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for estates of de- 
ceased persons. (Bienn. rept. same 1869/71 (p. 72) 
same 1894/6.) 

1877-1888. Stmt, showing amts. paid Into state treas- 
ury by CO. treasurers and administrators from es- 
tates of deceased persons; also amts. paid to heirs 
by state treasurer according to law. {Same 1875/7 
(pp. 88-92)— same 1886/8.) 

1896-1904. Comments on transfer of funds, also recom- 
mendation that Icgisl. authorize transfer of $80,- 
000 from general fund to estates of deceased per- 
sons fund, in repayment of loan heretofore made; 
also transfer $100,000 from estates of deceased per- 
sons fund to stale school land fund, where It may 
become available for investment in securities. In- 
terest on which is appropriated to support of com- 
mon schools, as provided In constitution. (Same 
1894/6 (pp. 28-29)— same 1902/4.) 

Irrigation 

See nlflo I>Iat of References to pubns. relating to irri- 
gation and land drainage; comp. by 15. A. riedrlck, 
1002. ISl pp. (II. S. Dept. of Agric. Miliary 
bull. 41.) 
1S56. Internal improvements; suggestions re. supply- 
ing water to both mining and agric. dlstrs. (A.R. 
surveyor gen. 1856: 24-25.) 

. Majority rept. of special committee on agric. 

and mining Interests on Assem. bill 84; iiresontlng 
another bill as subslitute and recommending Irri- 
gation. B pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 7 sess. doc. 
119].) 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA 



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!L AND— cont'd 
Irrigation — cont'd 

1864/5. The beginnings of Irrigation in Cai.; sugges- 
tion tliat it would be good policy for gen. govt, to 
donate her entire interest in land of great valley 
to state for bldg. irrigation systems. (Trans, state 
agric. socy. 1864/5: 30-38; 69-75.) 

1865. Comments on irrigation. (A.R. surveyor gen. 
1864/5: 108.) 

1870-1890. Comparative table showing increase ot pop- 
ulation and wealth in principal Irrigation cos. of 
state. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 45.) 

1871-1872. Underground irrigation. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1870/1 (pp. 444-447)— sa»it; 1872.) 

1872. Reclamation and irrigation in state: encourage- 
ment of immigration, progress of agric. interest, 
mining interest, legislation needed, value of land 
reclaimed, irrigation cos. already in field. {Same 
1872: 290-426.) 

1874. Address on irrigation In Cal.; expenses of 
canals, ownership of water, amt. of water necessary, 
extent of country irrigated, size of farms. (Same 
1874: 189-202.) 

. Irrigation in Cal.; rept. of civil engr. commis- 
sioned by Sacramento Daily Record to examine and 
rept. (Same 1874: 419-446.) 

. Probable cost of irrigating the great valley of 

Cal. (Same 1874: 307-313.) 

1878. Synopsis of a lecture on irrigation In Cal. 7 pp. 
(App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 53].) 

Delivered lu Assem. chamber by \Vm. 11. Hall. 

. Rept. of committee on irrigation and water 

rights. (Sen. ]ol. 22 sess. pp. 391-392.) 

1878/9. Irrigation problems; irrigation regions of 
Cal.; works, practice, and results of irrigation in 
Cal.; duty of waters and water supply in Cal.; 
results of investigations; conclusions and recom- 
mendations. 128 pp. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 
Pt. 4.) 

1880. The irrigation question in Cal.; conflicting in- 
terests; proposed remedy; draft of two bills em- 
bodying remedial measures and remarks on same. 
44 pp. (Same to legisl. 1881 pt. 4.) 

. The irrigation question in Cal.; conflicting in- 
terests and proposed remedy. (Same to gov 1880: 
15-20.) 

. Lake and river waters of the great valley and 

their quality for irrigation purposes. (A.R. agric. 
college 1880: 22-31.) 

1880/2. Irrigation and drainage in Southern Cal.; by 
J. P. Widney. (7 blenn. rept. bd. health 1880/2: 
104-106.) 

1881/2. Analyses of waters of some Cal. rivers, with 
view to determination of their quality for irriga- 
tion; geological history of valley of (^al. (Bienn. 
rept. agric. college 1881/2: 57-61.) 

1882. Corresp. with gov. re. public dissemination of 
data of irrigation investi.^ation before publication 
of general rept., delayed because of insufficient 
apprn. (Rept. state engr. 1881/2: 13-14.) 

1882/4. Effect of irrigation of agric. lands particularly 
in Cal., upon public health; by H. S. Orme. (8 
bienn. rept. bd. health 1882/4: 51-59.) 

1883. Minority rept. on act re. water rights, usages, 
and customs appertaining thereto. (Assem. jol. 
25 sess. pp. 283-285.) 

. Rept. on irrigation and water rights. (Same 

25 sess. p. 275.) 

1884. Examination of irrigation waters; by Hilgard. 
1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 7.) 

. Outline of contents of rept. on problems of irri- 
gation now in course of publication; maps ready 
for publication; present condition of both and 
further apprn. needed for completion; recommend- 



LAND— cont'd 
Irrigation — cont'd 

ed legal provision for sale of same after publica- 
tion. (Kept, state engr. 1883/4: 6-15.) 
1884/0. Paper on effect of irrigation in Cal. (9 bienn. 

rept. bd. health 1884/6: 132-133.) 
1885. Outline of matter, and advance sheets of the 
rept. on the legislative, administrative, technical, 
and iiractlcal problems of irrigation; in course of 
preparation and publication by Wm. H. Hall, state 
engr. 304 pp. 

Not seen ; eulry from Bowker. 

Tills Is an edition of the 1886 report entitled " Irri- 
gation Development. History, etc.," hastily printed 
In Jan. 1885 us nn exhibit to the Legislature. 
18S6. Address of state Irrigation committee to Fresno 
and Riverside irrigation conventions and to anti- 
riparian waters of Cal. 299 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Itowker. 

. The Irrigation question; memorandum by Wm. 

H. Hall, state engr., transmitted to legisl. 18 pp. 

. Same; no. 2. Cal. and Australia. 14 pp. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

. Irrigation, drainage, and alkali; by Hilgard, 

1 sheet. (Agric. exper. station, bull. 53.) 

. The pump for irrigation; comment and corresp 

giving particulars. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1886: 
194-195; 212-214.) 

. Irrigation development. History, customs .... 

[etc.] relating to irrigation, water-courses, and 
waters in France, Italy, and Spain . . . ; by Wm. 
H. Hall. 38 pp., 1 1., 97-162 pp. (State engineer.) 
Pages 1-32 and 33-38 of the 38-page portion of this 
rept. are the same as pages 1-32 and pp. 605-610 
resp. of the 622page rept. of this date and with 
this title. The 07-162 pages are a portion of an 
edition of the 622-page Irrigation rept. of 1886, 
hastily printed In Jan. 1885, as an exhibit to the 
legislature under the title " Outline of matter," 
etc. 
. Same. History, customs, laws, and administra- 
tive systems relating to irrigation, water-courses, 
and waters in France, Italy, and Spain. 622 pp. 
This volume contains an outline of the history and a 
review of the water and Irrigation customs, laws 
and regulations ot France, Italy and Spain. As 
a common foundation of these the first chapter 
Is devoted to the water laws of the Romans. It 
was the Intention to Issue a second and third 
volume. The second volume was to be called 
*' Irrigation In Cal. — Watersheds, precipitation and 
water supply — Lands requiring Irrigation — Irriga- 
tion Districts, etc.;" the third volume "The Irri- 
gation Question. Development In Cal. — Mexican 
Civil Law — English Common Law, etc." Neither 
vol. 2 nor 3 has ever been Issvied. 
The contents of vol. 1, Is as follows : " Irrigation 
Legislation and Administration. The Roman Em- 
pire," pp. [35-] 48. France, pp. 49-179. Italy, 
pp. 180-351. Spain, pp. 353-524. App. I. Articles 
of civil code of France specially relating to or 
affecting water courses, waters and Irrigation, 
pp. 525-534. App. II, same, Italy, pp. 5,35-551. 
App. Ill, same, Spain, pp. 552-603. 

. Govs, proclamation calling extra sess. to legislate 

on decision of Supreme Court of Cal. that riparian 
owners along unnavigable streams are entitled to 
exclusive use of same. (Sen. jol. extra sess. 1886: 
1-2; House jol. name, pp. 2-3.) 

. Govs, mess., extra sess.; 

rights. (Sen. jol. extra sess. 
same 1886: 12.) 
1887. Stmt, of views of state engr. on question of 
water rights and irrigation in state; creation of 
irrigation and water rights comn. recommended. 
(Rept. state engr. 1884/5: 6-14.) 
. Petition of citizens of Stanislaus Co. urging pas- 
sage of Assem. bill 12, re. general system by which 
waters ot state may be diverted for irrigation. 
5 pp. (App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8 doc. [5].) 
. See also Public Printing; this date. 



Irrigation or water 
1886: 19; House jol. 



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LAND— cont'd 
Irrigation — cont'd 

188S. Irrigation in [Southern] Cal. The field, water- 
supply and works, organization and operation in 
San Diego, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles cos.; 
by \Vm. H. Hall. 672 pp., 3 maps, 29 pis. (State 
engineer.) 

. See also Public Printing; this date. 

1889. Wright Irrigation bill and amdmts.; compiled by 
W. C. Hendricks. 31 pp. 
Not soon : entry from Bowker. 

. Paper on irrigation and production of water 

sources in Cal. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1889: 345-348.) 

1891. Tabular summary of results secured by statisti- 
cal inquiry as to irrigated area of arid states — 
estimated under ditch, acreage under cultivation, 
and no. of artesian wells. (Same 1892: 45.) 

1898. Use of saline and alkali waters in irrigation; by 
E. W. Hilgard. (A.R. agric. exper. stations 1897/8: 
126-130.) 

1898-1904. Table giving analyses of waters from reser- 
voirs and irrigation ditches, by locality, co., and 
sender. (Same 1898/01 pt. 2 (p. 229)— same 
1903/4.) 

1900. Paper on forests and irrigation. (7 bienn. rept. 
bd. hortic. 1899/00: 137-143.) 

. Necessity of irrigation; by W. Thomas, pres. 

Cal. Water and Forest Assn. (Trans, state agric. 
socy. 1900: 85-88.) 

1901. Irrigation in Cal.; extracts from U. S. Census 
Bulletin. (Same 1901: 148-151.) 

. Irrigation, cultivation, and hardpan; by E. W. 

Hilgard. (Rept. agric. exper. stations 1898/01 pt. 
2: 149-153.) 

1903. Rept. of committee on act re. irrigation. (Sen. 
jol. 35 sess. pp. 741-742.) 

1903/4. Rept. of division of irrigation investigation. 
(A.R. agric. exper. stations 1903/4: 107-109.) 

1904. Co-operative work — state and govt, along lines 
of topography, hydrography, forestry, and water 
distribution. (A.R. bd. examiners dated 1904: 14- 
32.) 

COI.CSA COUNTY 

1866. See below. Canals; this date. 

FRESNO CODNTT 
Sec bolow, Tulare Co. 

KRRN COUNTY 
1878/9. Rept. on works and practice of irrigation in 
Kern Co. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4 app. pp. 
61-115.) 
1879. Table showing existing valid claims to water of 
Kern River and relation betw. amt. of claims, ca- 
pacity of canals, and amt. diverted, as indicated by 
canal discharges during season, Jan. 6 to July. 
(Same 1878/9 pt. 4 app. 6 p. 103.) 

IX)S ANOET.ES COUNTY 
1878/9. Rept. on Irrigation works and practice In Los 
Angeles and San Bernardino cos.; effert of Irriga- 
tion on soil, climate, and value of land; tabulated 
description of works. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 
pt. 4 app. pp. 3-00.) 

SACUAMKNTO COUNTY. 

1892/4. Water in Sacramento, Stanislaus, and Yolo 
cos. — for power and irrigation. (12 rept. state 
mineralogist 1892/4: 410-41].) 

SACRAMENTO VAT. LEY 
Sec below, Cnnnls. 

RAN liUKNATtfUNO COI'NTY 

1878/9. See above, Lob Angeles County. 

1880-1890. Comparative table showing development of 
water In San Bernardino Co. In past 10 yrs., giv- 
ing acreage capacity of principal Irrigation systems 
of CO. (A.R. bd. hortic. 1892: 205.) 



LAND— cont'd 
Irrigation — cont'd 

SAN .TOAQT'IN VALLEY 

1871. Preparations being made for irrigation of San 
Joaquin Valley. (Trans, state agric. socy. 1870/1: 
210-211.) 

SOLANO COUNTY 

1866. See below, Canals; this date. 

STANISLAUS COUNTY 
See Natural Ucsources. Mineral. Stanislaus Co. ; see 
also above Sacramento Co. 

TULARE COUNTY 

1877. West side irrigation distr. water supply. Rept. 
of engr. on result of reconnoissance of Tulare Lake. 
9 pp. (App. to jols. 22 sess. v. 4 [doc. 55].) 

1878/9. Rept. on irrigation in Mussel Slough and 
Fresno distrs. in Tulare and Fresno cos. — descrip- 
tion of works, extent, cost, periods, etc.; crops 
raised; hydrological data of each canal. (Rept. 
state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4 app. pp. 116-161.) 

YOLO COUNTY 

1865. Irrigation in Yolo Co. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1864/5: 301-303.) 

1866. See below. Canals; this date. 

1878/9. Rept. on works and practice of Irrigation in 
Yolo Co. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4 app. pp. 
183-191.) 

1892/4. See above, Sacramento County; these dates. 
Canals 

1866. Rept. of Sen. committee on agric. on Assem. bill 
321 to develop agric. interests, and to aid in con- 
struction of a canal tor purposes of irrigation and 
inland trade in Colusa, Yolo, and Solano cos. 5 pp. 
(App. to Jols. 16 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

— — . Rept. of Assem. committee on internal improve- 
ments on same. 5 pp. (Same 16 sess. v. 3 unnum. 
doc.) 

1868. Rept. of engr. on results of survey of Sacra- 
mento Valley Irrigation and Navigation Canal. 52 
pp. (Same 17 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc.) 

1872. Memorial asking aid from Congress for grants 
of land to the San Joaquin .... and Cal. irriga- 
tion COS., who propose to run canals through the 
valleys of the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers, 
thus assuring crops in an otherwise uncertain soil. 
4 pp. (Same 19 sess. v. 3 doc. [11].) 

1878/9. Rept. on works and practice of irrigation — San 
Joaquin and Kings River Canal, and Chowchilla 
Canal. (Rept. state engr. 1878/9 pt. 4 app. pp. 
162-182.) 

1891. The opening of the Woodbridge Canal; the first 
attempt at irrigation by canal In state. (Trans, 
state agric. socy. 1891: 16-18.) 

1894/6. Rept. on mining and irrigating canals, arte- 
sian wells, etc., in Alameda, Amador, Butte, Cal- 
averas, Colusa, Contra Costa. Rl Dorado, Fresno, 
Clenn, Korn. Kings, Mono, Monterey. Nevada, 
Placor. Plumas, Sacramento, San Benito, San Diego, 
S. F., Sta. Barbara. Sta. Clara, Sta. Cruz, Shasta, 
Solano. Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, 
Tuolumne. Ventura (canals), Yolo, and Yuba cos. 
(13 rept. state mineralogist 1894/6: 525-566.) 

CONVKNTIONS 

1884. Proceedings of state irrigation convention, held 
at Riverside. Cal.. May 14. 15, 16. 96 pp. 
Not seen; entry from IlowkiT. 
1886. Same; held at S. F., May 20, 21, 22. 205 pp. 

Not Heen ; entry from liowkiT. 
19(11. See above. Land; this date. 
Irrigation Districts 

1890/2. Recommendation that sec. 680, Political Code, 
be amended so as to Include bonds of several Irri- 
gation distrs. of state. (A.R. state treasurer 
1890/2: 4-5.) 



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LAND— cont'd 
Irrigation Districts — cont'd 

1891. List of irrigation distrs. formed under Wright 
irrigation act — acreage, amt. of bonds voted, and 
cost of supplying water per acre. {A.R. Ixi. hortic. 
1892: 47.) 

1892. Opinion re. legality of bonds Issued by irrigation 
distrs. formed under state irrigation laws; reme- 
dial legislation suggested. (Rept. atty. gen. 1891/2: 
9-10.) 

Laws 

1882. Synopsis of acts passed by legisl. of Cal. relating 
to water courses and tlieir use for irrigation by 
the people and by corporations. (Bienn, rept. sur- 
veyor gen. 1880/2: 21-38.) 
1887. Law re. water rights. (8 A.R. state mineralo- 
gist 1887/8: 897.) 
1891. Distr. irrigation laws: decisions thereon by the 
Supreme Court, notes and index; compiled by W. 
H. H. Hart. 75 pp. 

Not socn ; entry from Bowkcr. 
1900. Irrigation laws; by J. D. Works, 128 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 
Maps; see below, that title 
Laws 

1866. Laws re. reclamation, segregation, and sale of 
tide, salt marsh, and swamp and overflowed lands; 
comp. by S. N. Norton. 

Not seen; entry from Suppl. Cat. Law Dept. Cal. State 
Library, 1893. 
Maps 

General material only. Railroad maps are entered 
under Kallroads, mineral maps, under Natural 
Resources. Mineral (serial. Register of Mines.) 
See also under Land : State, the notes under co. 
surveyors' repts. for comment and criticism on the 
state map. 

1852. Comments on state map; progress of its con- 
struction. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1852: 3-9.) 

1853. Communication from surveyor gen. re. comple- 
tion and cost of state map. 2 pp. (App. to Sen. 
3ol. 1853 doc. 35.) 

1854. Letters from G. H. Goddard, on map, Carson 
Valley, stage and r.r., etc. (A.R. surveyor gen. 
1854: 89-90.) 

. Recommended that Congress be requested to 

make apprn. for purpose of obtaining complete and 
correct map of state. (Same 1854: 5.) 

. Letter of Col. Hays, U. S. surveyor gen., concern- 
ing map, U. S. surveys, swamp lands, etc. (Same 
1854: 89.) 

1855. Comments on Geo. H. Goddard's topographical 
map and recommendation for its purchase by state. 
(Same 1855: 46.) 

. Rept. [ favorable! In relation to new state map. 

6 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 6 sess. doc. 17.) 

. Rept. re. need for state map, with suggestions 

for securing same, and estimated cost. (Sen. jol. 
1855: 461-464.) 
1867-1873. Map of region adjacent to bay of S. F. 
(Geol. survey.) 

Checklist 
[ed. 1.] 1867. 2 m. = 1 In. 
ed. 2. 1868. 
led. 3.] 1873. 

1873. Same. Scale, 2 m. = 1 in. 44 x 36 in. (Same.) 
. Map of Cal. and Nev.; drawn by F. V. Leicht 

and A. Craven. Scale, 18 m. ^ 1 in. 37 x 34 in. 
(Same.) 

1874. Same. Ed. 2. Rev. by Hoffmann and Crane, and 
issued by authority of regents of Univ. of Cal. 
Scale, 18 m. = 1 in. 40 x 36 in. 

1878. Same; ed. 3. 

1882. State maps. (Rept. state engr. 1881/2: 7-8.) 

1883. Suggestion that action be taken to furnish sec- 
tional sheets of state map to each co. surveyor. (3 
A.R. sUte mineralogist 1882/3: 19.) 



LAND— cont'd 
Maps — cont'd 

1887. Map of Cal. and Nev.; drawn by F. V. Leicht 
and A. Craven. Ed. 4. Rev. by Hoffman and 
Crane, and Issued by authority of regents of Univ. 
of Cal. Scale. 18 m. = 1 in. 40x36 In. 

. Topographical and Irrigation map of the Great 

Central Valley of Cal. Scale, 6 m. = 1 in. (Engi- 
neering dept.) 
1890. Brief rept. of engr. of mining bureau re. topo- 
graphical map of state ace. rept. (10 A.R. state 
mineralogist 1889/90: 21-22.) 
1904. See above, Irrigation; this date. 
Mission Lands 

1850. Rept. on cost of proposed investigation of mis- 
sion lands and claims, urging apptmt. of comrs. to 
prosecute same. (Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 517-519.) 

. Rept. of corporations committee on mission lands 

of Dolores. (App. to Sen. jol. 1 sess. pp. 569-570 
doc. SS.) 

. Rept. of public lands and mission claims com- 
mittee recommending apptmt. of comn. to exam- 
ine govt, archives, and to rept. upon history and 
present condition of missions of Upper Cal. (Same 
1 sess. pp. 517-519 doc. W.) 

1851. Govs. mess. re. missions and mission claims, 
urging full protection of rights of same. (Legisl. 
jol. 1851: 739-740.) 

1852. Surveyor gens. rept. on title to mission lands, 
reviewing history and jurisdiction of missions, and 
suggesting disposal to be made of same. (App. 
to special rept.) (App. to Sen. jol. 1852: 625-639.) 

1854. Govs. mess. re. selection of San Luis Rey mis- 
sion lands, for location of educational institution, 
under act of Congress, approved Mch. 3, 1853. 
(Assem. jol. 1854: 146-147.) 

. Corresp. re. proposed selection of San Luis Rey 

Mission lands for institution of learning under 
act of Congress granting lands for same. (App. 
to govs. ann. mess. 1854: 35-39.) 

Pueblo Lands 

See also below. Water Front Property re. the S. F. 
water lot controversy. 

1850. Rept. disclaiming authority of legisl. for dis- 
posal of lands belonging to Pueblo of San Jose, as 
being still under jurisdiction of Mexican law. 
(Legisl. jol. 1849/50: 568.) 
. Rept. of public lands and mission claims com- 
mittee re. pueblo lands at San Jose. (App. to 
Sen. jol. 1 sess. p. 568 doc. RR.) 
1868. Rept. of judiciary committee re. pueblo lands In 
S. F. involving question of eminent domain, and 
right of a pueblo to soil within its limits. 8 pp. 
(App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 3 [doc. 11].) 
Realty 

1855-1880. Historical table showing depreciation In 
value of real estate In Marysville in part due to 
damages done by mining dSbris. (Rept. state engr. 
1878/9 pt. 3: 19.) 
Riparian 

1855. Veto of act authorizing use of waters of Stanis- 
laus River for mnfg. purposes, as special legisla- 
tion affecting riparian rights and encouraging 
monopolistic tendencies. (Sen. jol. 1855: 543-544.) 

. See also. River Conservancy. Stanislaus River. 

1856. Improvement contemplating protection agst. 
overflow of lands on eastern bank of Sacramento 
River, now under way, and to be completed at pri- 
vate expense. (Govs. ann. mess. 1856: 23.) 

1886. See Land. Irrigation; this date. 
Surveyors 
License; see Licenses 



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LAND— cont'd 
Surveys 

1850/1. Propriety of locating one or more points in 
each CO., by longitude and latitude, with which 
CO. surveyors could correct their work. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1850/1: 577.) 
Paging from Collected docs. 

1852. Comments on U. S. lands survey. {Same 1852: 
24-26.) 

. Table showing no. of observations of each kind 

taken at different localities, with whole amt. of 
same. (Saine 1852: 28-31.) 

1855. Exhibit consisting of C. D. Sample's acct. for 
survey of boundary line betw. Colusa and Yolo cos. 
(Same 1855: 76.) 

. Stmt, giving surveys under special acts and sur- 
veys under general act. (Same 1855: 34-36.) 

. Surveyor gens. stmt. re. advisability of obtain- 
ing copies of certain plats in oifice of U. S. surveyor 
for Cal. as basis of various land divisions to be 
made. (Sen. jol. 1855: 384.) 

1890. Profile of Fresno Co. (10 A.R. state mineralo- 
gist 1889/90 facing p. 204.) 

1904. See above. Irrigation; this date. 

Transfer 

1852. Land titles in S. F. and laws affecting same; by 
A. Wheeler. 128 pp. 4°. 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1853. Provision needed for adjudication of land claims 
cases still undetermined. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 

. Rept. of table lands improvement committee re. 

table lands to be given to C. D. Gibbes. 1 1. (App. 
to Assem. jol. 4 sess. doc. 52.) 

1854. Unsettled condition of land titles greatest ob- 
stacle to agric. improvements. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1854: 16.) 

1855. Exhibit A [and exhibit B] from rept. of sales. 
9 pp. (Land comrs.) 

Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

1861. Govs. mess. re. existing difficulties In Sta. Clara 
Co. over land claims. 13 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 
12 sess. unnum. doc.) 

1865. Calling attention to a serious drawback to pros- 
perity of agric. interest in the unfortunate condi- 
tion of land titles. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1864/5: 75-76.) 

1867. Act to quiet titles in Cal. (Bienn. rept. surveyor 
gen. 1865/7: 19-24.) 

1868. Rept. of the Assem. judiciary committee re. sub- 
stitute for Assem. bill 52 concerning sale of real 
estate by guardian of V. Guerrero. 4 pp. (App. 
to Jols. 17 sess. V. 2 [doc. 46).) 

1895. Rept. suggesting amdrats. of comn. for purpose 
of examining Torrens Land Transfer Act of Aus- 
tralia to Sen. and Assem. 25 pp. (Same 31 sess. 
V. 6 doc. [7].) 

Water Front Property 

OAKLAND 
1892. Opinion as to claim of title made by corporation 
known as Oakland Waterfront Co. to what Is torni- 
ed waterfront of said city, and by what authority 
bd. of trustees of town of Oakland undertook to 
convey said waterfront to be held as private prop- 
erty, etc. (Rept. atty. gon. 1891/2: 11-13.) 
1892-1894. Oakland waterfront cases. (Same 1892/4 
(pp. 7-12)— same 1895/6.) 

8AN IMloi;o 

1868. Rept. of |>tibllc lands committee on Assem. hill 

271 recommending that title of certain property on 

water front of New San DIcgo be granted to W. H. 

Davis. 6 pp. (App. to jols. 17 Besa. v. 2 [doc. 23].) 



LAND— cont'd 

Water Front Property — cont'd 

SAN FRANCISCO 
All the material relative to the harbor front and beach 
and water lot controversy has been grouped to- 
gether here. 

serial 

1 series 

A 

Under Act of May 18. 1853. 

Act to provide for sale of Interest of state In property 

within water front line of San Francisco. 
1853/4-1854/5. Ann. rept. of bd. of state land comrs. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1853/4 In Sen. jol. 1855 : 84-86. 

1854/5 •• Assem. Jol. 1856 : 66-69. 

B 

Under Act of May 1, 1855. 
1855/6. Ann. rept. of bd. of state land comrs. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 

1855/6 In Assem. Jol. 1856 : 70-77. 

2 series 

A 

Under Act of March 30, 1868 providing for survey and 
sale of tide lands lu city and co. of San Francisco. 
1868/9-1871/3. Rept. of bd. of tide land comrs. and 
state bd. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 
1868/9 lu App. to Jols. 18 sess. v. 2 unnum. doc. 

1869/70 19 " V. 4 

1871/3 " -JO •■ V. 5 

" All sales of bd. of tide land comrs. had to be approved 
by the State Bd., which occupied the same ollice ; 
these repts. therefore contain the repts. of both 
bds." (Bowker.) 



Under Act of March 30, 1874. 

1873/5. Rept. of bd. of tide land comrs. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1873/5 In App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 2 unnum. 
doc. 

non-serial 

1834-1851. Rept. of special committee reviewing his- 
tory, legislative disposal, original cost and assessed 
value of beach and water lots in S. F. (Assem. 
jol. 1852: 284-307.) 

1849-1851. Extracts from minutes of comrs. of sinking 
fund of S. F. with rept. on origin and controversy 
re. " Colton and Leavenworth grants " on water 
and beach lot property in S. F. (Same 1852: 293- 
298.) 

1850-1852. Govs. mess. re. value, selling price, sale and 
history of titles of beach and water lot property in 
S. F., with review of controversy over same: with 
ace. docs. 28 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 1853 doc. 
44.) 

1851. Rept. on validity of act granting tide lands 
within city of S. F. to city. (Leglsl. jol. 1851: 1329- 
1333.) 

. Rept. re. proposed relinquishment to city of 

state's rights to beach and tide lots in city of S. F. 

{Same 1851: 1686-1687.) 
1851-1853. Review of legislation re. beach and water 

lot property In S. F., as aftocting state's interest In 

same. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 9.) 
. Rept. re. amt. and value of beach and water lot 

property in S. F. sold under act of Mch. 26, 1851, 

and amt. of sales on which state Is entitled to 25%; 

with .stmts, of various sales made. (Assem. jol. 

1854: 457-474.) 

1852. Rept. of special committee re. beach and water 
lots of S. F., reviewing history and legislation con- 
cerning grants of same, showing injustice of pro- 
posed repeal of private grants. {Same 1852: 284- 
307.) 



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LAND— cont'd 

Water Front Property — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1852. Communication from atty. gen. re. price of beach 
and water lots disposed of by S. F. comrs. of fund- 
ed debt and estimated value of whole beach and 
water lot property. 4 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 
1853 doc. 19.) 

. Action commenced In behalf of state for re- 
covery of beach and water property of city of S. F. ; 
suggestion that state dispose of unsold beach and 
water property and appropriate proceeds to con- 
struction of permanent bulkhead on water front of 
city. (A.R. atty. gen. 1S52: 4-5.) 

1853. Repts. of majority and minority of special com- 
mittee upon subject of extending water front of 
S. F. 12 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 4 sess. doc. 41.) 

. Rept. of special committee to whom was referred 

Assem. bill re. water front of S. F. 5 pp. (Same 
4 sess. doc. 65.) 

. Communication from atty. gen. in regard to S. 

F. water front; Feb. 18. 4 pp. (App. to Assem. 
jol. 4 sess. doc. 19.) 

. Same; Mch. 21. 4 pp. (Same 4 sess. doc. 41.) 

. Rept. of commerce committee in relation to ex- 
tending city front of S. F. 5 pp. (Same 4 sess. 
doc. 27.) 

. Rept [adverse] of portion of select committee 

upon extension of water front of city of S. F. 
22 pp. (Same 4 sess. doc. 32.) 

. Majority and minority repts. on proposed bill to 

dispose of state's Interest In beach and water lot 
property in S. F. and to extend water front of 
same. 4, 2 pp. (Same 1853 docs. 37, 38.) 

. Govs. mess. re. invalidity of leases to beach and 

water lot property in institution of proc. to secure 
rights of state in premise. (Sen. jol. 1853: 190- 
191; Assem. jol. pp. 230-231.) 

. Same; re. impending sale of certain beach and 

water lots In S. F. advertised by sheriff to satisfy 
judgment agst. city, urging injunction to restrain 
city from proceeding with sale, and adoption of 
measures necessary to protect state's Interest in 
said lots. 8 pp. (Sen. jol. 1853: 365-366; Assem. 
jol. pp. 431-432.) 

. Same; in answer to Assem. res. requesting In- 
formation In relation to water lots In city of S. F., 
sold in 1850. 28 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 4 sess. 
doc. 44.) 

. Same; re. immediate necessity of providing for 

interest on state debt due July 1, urging apptmt. 
of bd. of three comrs. to make necessary arrange- 
ments and suggesting sale of beach and water lots 
In S. F., rightfully belonging to state, as means of 
providing requisite funds. (Sen. jol. 1853: 366-367; 
Assem. jol. pp. 430-431.) 

. Govs, special mess. re. extension of water front 

of S. F., urging sale of state's interest in beach 
and water lot property as measure for providing 
funds necessary for meeting state debt, with ace. 
docs. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 docs. 49-50: .5-7; 
Assem. jol. pp. 320-324.) 

. Atty. gens, opinion re. legality of act to extend 

water front of S. F. 4 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 
1853 doc. 41.) 

. Same; re. necessity of proceedings to secure 

state's right to certain water lot property in S. F., 
In connection with action of U. S. DIstr. Atty. 
agst. lessees of said property, instituted by reason 
of failure of said lessees to pay rentals; with copies 
of said leases. 8 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 
36.) 

. Remonstrance of citizens of S. F. agst. proposed 

extension of city limits beyond water line estab- 

U 



LAND— cont'd 

Water Front Property — cont'd 

nonscrial — cont'd 
lished by act passed Mch. 26, 1851. 4 pp. (Same 
1853 doc. 30.) 

1853. Joint res. of common council of city of S. F., 
no. 316, protesting agst. extension of water front 
of said city. 2 pp. (Same 1853 doc. 29.) 

. Investigation of beach and water lot controversy 

re. title to such property in S. F. urged. (Govs, 
ann. mess. 1853.) 

. Memorial of purchasers of certain water lot 

property In S. F., praying state to reconsider pro- 
posed resumption of control over parts of said 
property. 6 pp. (App. to Sen. jol. 1853 doc. 28.) 

1854. Rept. on sales of water lot property. 27 pp. 
(App. to Assem. jol. 5 sess. doc. 9(?).) 

Docs. IncoiTPCtly luimbcred ? This is probably no. 6. 

. Review of advantage of proposed extension of 

water front of S. P., and sale of state's interest in 
property within limits of city, especially as offer- 
ing necessary means for speedy payment of state 
debt. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 7-10.) 

. Rept. of land comrs. apptd. under act of May 18, 

1853, to sell state's Interest in property within 
water line front of S. F. as defined by act of Mch. 
26, 1851, reviewing transactions and accts. (As- 
sem. jol. 1854: 90-91.) 

. Speedy settlement of state debt necessary and 

provision therefor urged by extension of water 
front of S. F. and sale of lots within same. (Govs, 
special mess. May 8, 1854.) 

. Govs. mess. re. treasurer's refusal to accept state 

prison bonds in payment for property sold by state 
land comrs., with review of legislation defining 
funded state debt, showing said prison bonds not 
to be part of same; Jan. 14. (Assem. jol. 1854: 
92-95.) 

. Rept. re. refusal of treasurer to receive state 

prison bonds in payment for property sold by state 
land comrs., declaring said bonds to be part of 
funded debt of state. (Same 1854: 113.) 

1855. Proceeds from sale of property to be placed 
under control of state by proposed extension of 
S. F. probably sufficient to liquidate remaining 
state indebtedness. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 9.) 

. Suggestion to appt. agt. to watch over state's 

interest in water lot property in S. F. to prevent 
same from passing into hands of Individuals with- 
out payment to state. (Same 1856: 13.) 

. Veto of act amdg. act to provide for sale of 

state's interest In property within water line front 
of S. F. as defined by act passed Mch. 20, 1851. 
(Assem. jol. 1855: 823-825.) 

. Rept. of land comrs. with acct. of their trans- 
actions in regard to sale of state property within 
water line of S. F. 5 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 
6 sess. doc. 9.) 

. Rept. re. apparent conflict betw. funding act of 

Mch., 1855, and act providing for state's sale of 
water lot property In S. F.. passed May 18, 1853, 
as to provision for acceptance of comptroller's war- 
rants in payment for said property. (Assem. jol. 
1855: 556.^ 

. Treasurer's communication re. discrepancy betw. 

funding act of 1855 and act providing for sale of 
water lot property in S. F., passed May 18, 1853, 
as to their provisions for reception of comptroller's 
warrants. (Sen. jol. 1855: 482-483.) 

. Review of arguments for liquidation of state 

debt by sale of beach and water lot property, show- 
ing probable amt. of accumulated Interest at time 
of maturity. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 10.) 



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LAND— cont'd 

Water Front Property — cont'd 

7ion-serial — cont'd 

1855. Proceeds from sale of property to be placed un- 
der control of state by proposed extension of S. F. 
probably sufficient to liquidate remaining state in- 
debtedness. (Same 1855; 9.) 

1866. Majority and minority repts. of Sen. select com- 
mittee to investigate sale of marsh and tide lands, 
with testimony taken by committee. 7, 12 (2), 16 
pp. (App. to jols. 16 sess. V. 3 unnum. docs.) 

. Opinion of atty. gen. re. tide land locations upon 

S. F. city front near Oakland, and state prison. 
8 pp. (Same 16 sess. v. 3 unnum. doc.) 

. Veto of act to provide for settlement of certain 

land claims in S. F. (Assem. jol. 16 sess. pp. 850- 
853.) 

. Rept. of surveyor gen. re. marsh and tide lands 

within 5 miles of S. F. and Oakland. 7 pp. (App. 
to jols. 16 sess. V. 3 unnum. doc.) 

1868. Rept. re. S. F. tide lands [title and project to 
sell them for sites of r.r. termini]. 6 pp. (Same 
17 sess. V. 3 [doc. 14].) 

. Minority rept. re. S. F. "outside lands." [Ques- 
tion of title and sale to individuals.] 6 pp. (Same 
17 sess. V. 2 [doc. 38].) 

. Rept. of special Assem. committee re. S. F. tide 

lands; favorable to Farish tide land bill, and sub- 
mitting opinions on subject of vesting of title of 
such lands; by J. Hamilton and C. Haymond. 10 
pp. (Same 17 sess. v. 2 [doc. 18].) 

1869. List of persons and corporations preliminarily 
allowed by comrs. to purchase at appraised value 
the appraisements being subject to approval or dis- 
approval of state bd. (Rept. tide land comrs. 
1868/9: 5.) 

Claimants under sec. 5, act of 1868 re. disposal of marsh 
and tide lands in S. V. 
. Comments and res. on water line front of S. F. 

(Same 1868/9: 6-13.) 
. Surveyor's rept. on map and surveys of S. F. 

beach and water lots, with financial stmts, of lands 

sold, etc. (Same 1868/9: 33-39.) 
1869-1871. Comment on success of plan devised at last 

sess. for sale and disposition of certain salt marsh 

and tide lands bordering upon bay and within city 

and CO. of S. F. (Rept. atty. gen. 1868/9 (p. 6) — 

same 1870/1.) 

1870. Comments on change of boundary line of salt 
marsh and tide lands belonging to state and the 
Haley and O'Neil property. (Rept. tide land comrs. 
1869/70: 6.) 

. Rept. of chief engr. on map and surveys of S. F. 

beach and water lots, with financial stmts, of lands 
sold, etc. (Sa7ne 1869/70: 25-30.) 

. Litigation: Farish et als. vs. Coon et als. and 

The People, upon relation of atty. gen. vs. B. F. 
Washington et als. the bd. of tide land comrs. 
(Same 1869/70: 3-4.) 

. List of cases compromised by bd. of comrs. 

(Same 1869/70: 10-12.) 

. Sales; r.r. right of way and res. In regard to 

claimants. (Same 1869/70: 8-10.) 

. Minority rept. of committee on public lands re. 

Asaem. bill 3'?0 unfavorable to change In bd. of 
tide land comra. 2 11. (App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 2 
doc. [14).) 

. Testimony taken before special committee of 

Sen. to Inquire into matters of (iolden (^Ity Home- 
stead Assn. re. grant of tide lands In S. F., made 
to assn. which It Is now believed never existed, by 
Btate, and action noccasary to aecure to state full 
benefit of land thus frauduUiilly granted. 62 pp. 
(Same 18 schb. v. 3 doc. [21].) 



LAND— cont'd 

Water Front Property — cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 

1873. Recommendation for passage of act abolishing 
tide land comn., and requiring them to turn over 
all books and papers to state, bd. (Bienn. rept. 
state controller 1871/3: 7-8.) 

1874. Rept. on act to appropriate money for expenses of 
tide land comn. (Assem. jol. 20 sess. pp. 452-453.) 

1876. Rept. of Sen. special committee apptd, to investi- 
gate sale of tide and marsh lands of state. 9 pp. 
(App. to jols. 21 sess. v. 4 unnum. doc.) 

Relating to Mission Creek Lands granted to City of 
S. F. by state under act of Mch. 27, 1874. 
Revenue from 

1852-1853. Controller's stmt, of receipts into treasury 
from sales of beach and water lot property in S. F., 
under act of Mch. 26, 1851, up to Apr. 22, 1853. 
4 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 1853 doc. 59.) 

1853/4. Stmt, of receipts for state property sold by 
bd. of Cal. land comrs. in S. F. (A.R. state treas- 
urer 1853/4: 22-23.) 

1853/4-1855/6. Revenue from sales of land on S. F. 
water front. (A.R. bd. state land comrs. 1853/4 — 
same 1855/6.) 

1854-1857. Stmt, of state property fund in acct. with 
state treasurer. (A.R. state treasurer 1853/4 (pp. 
20-21)— same 1856/7.) 

1869. See above; this date. 

1870. See same; this date. 

LAND: INDIAN 

Including Indian reservations. The material on either 
subject was so meagre that it was thought best 
not to separate It. 

1850. Review of Indian hostilities, resulting in part 
from neglect of general govt, to make treaties with 
same for their lands. (Govs. anu. mess. 1851.) 

1851. Indian treaties, made by U. S. comrs., granting 
reservations within state, strongly disapproved and 
rejection of same urged. (Govs, special mess. Jan. 
30, 1852.) 

1852. Rept. condemning action of Congress in estab- 
lishing Indian reservation within limits of state, 
reviewing evils of policy, and charging fraud on 
part of Indian agts. (Assem. jol. 1852: 202-205.) 

1857. Rept. of Indian affairs committee recommending 
purchase of Indians' lands; manual education of 
Indians; and their removal to reservations; one In 
the Pitt River and Modoc country, another in San 
Bernardino Co., with stronger military forces in 
vicinity of reservations and In remote parts of 
state being needed. 5 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 
8 sess. doc. [16].) 

LAND: NATIONAL DOMAIN 

1850. Majority and minority repts. of committee on 
res. re. public domain, mineral lands, custom houses, 
branch of U. S. mint, and certain moneys right- 
fully belonging to state of Cal. (Leglsl. jol. 1849/ 
50: 802-817.) 

1852. Rept. of special committee on disposal of public 
lands of U. S. In Cal.; with memorial from people 
of Cal. asking for gifts of lands to Immigrants. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 3 sess. pp. 575-592.) 

1853. Kept, of select committee of five apptd. to in- 
quire Into expediency of roi)ortlng memorial to 
Congress asking cession of all public lands In 
state to Cal. 14 pp. (Same 4 sess. doc. 55.) 

. Ropt. on proposed res. for land grants to r.rs., 

on juirt of federal govt.; urging donation to every 
r.r. In Cal. of alternate sections along line of said 
r.r., or. If same bo unavailable, any lands of U. S. 
selected In lieu thereof by r.r. 2 pp. (Sam.e 1853 
doc. 71.) 



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LAND: NATIONAL DOMAIN— cont'd 

lSa3. Further effort urRed to secure federal land do- 
nations to actual settlers, as means of encouraging 
agric. (Govs. ann. mess. 1853.) 

1854. Efforts urged to obtain federal enactment do- 
nating public domain in Cal. to actual settlers on 
same terms as in Ore. (Same 1851: IG.) 

1855. Review of state's claim to public lands within 
its borders as affected by conditions of admission 
to Union. {Same 1855: 17-18.) 

1856. Rept. of select committee re. U. S. land comrs. ; 
requesting modification of act of Congress of 1851, 
so far as to prevent issuance of patents by comrs., 
to claimants, in cases of land titles which were im- 
perfect at date of conquest of Cal.; and that unlo- 
cated grants be placed only on unoccupied lands, 
U. S. surveyors to have no discretion as to their 
disposition; also that agric. lands in the state, 
legal title of which is in state, be sold, and that 
they be subdivided irrespective of any claim of title 
in private parties. 11 pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 
7 sess. doc. [17].) 

1857-1885. Table showing net proceeds from sales of 
public lands each yr.; 5% of net proceeds; interest 
at 7% each yr. Rept. of agt. and counsel of Cal. 
to gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 120. (App. to 
jols. 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

1860. Enactment of laws for disposition of lands by 
gen. govt.; etc. (A.R. atty. gen. 1860: 5-6.) 

1870. Jt. res. re. sale of mineral lands In Cal.; to 
instruct members of Congress to prevent, if pos- 
sible, any departure from policy heretofore pur- 
sued by U. S. in allowing mineral lands to be freely 
worked by all comers, subject only to such rules 
as miners themselves might adopt. 2 11. (App. to 
Jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [65].) 

. Rept. of Sen. committee on mines and mining 

interests re. Sen. con. res. 6, and Assem. substitute 
therefor in relation to subdivision of mineral lands 
into 10-acre tracts, and sale thereof, under pre- 
emption and homestead laws of U. S. 4 pp. (Sam-e 
18 sess. V. 3 doc. [78].) 

1880-1885. Communications from General Land Office, 
Washington, to registers, receivers, and surveyors 
gen. re. mineral, timber, and stone lands. (6 A. 
R. state mineralogist 1885/6 pt. 2: 163-175.) 

1886. Stmt, of total amts. of money reed, by several 
states of U. S. from net proceeds of sales of public 
lands up to June 30, 1880. Rept. of agt. and coun- 
sel of Cal. 10 gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 64; 
103; 114. (App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

. Stmt, showing resp. shares of several states and 

territories of U. S. and D. C. under distribution 
act of Sept. 4, 1841, of residue of net proceeds of 
public lands sold in half yr. endg. June 30, 1842. 
Rept. of agt. and counsel for Cal. to gov. for 
claims agst. U. S. 1886: 64-65; 104-105; 115-116. 
(Same 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

. Stmt, of amt. of additional allowance to states 

of Ohio, Ind., 111., Mo., Ark., La., Miss., Ala., and 
Mich., of 10% of net proceeds of public lands sold 
in half yr. endg. June 30, 1842, under distribution 
act of Sept. 4, 1841. Rept. of agt. and counsel for 
Cal. to gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 67; 106; 
117. (Same 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

. Stmt, of amts. accrued to 18 named states up to 

June 30, 1880, on acct. of 2, 3, and 5% upon net 
proceeds of sales of public lands within their resp. 
limits. Rept. of agt. and counsel for Cal. to gov. 
for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 68; 107; 118. (Same 
27 sess. V. 8; 580 pp.) 

1888. Article from S. F. Chronicle on U. S. land pat- 
ents issued during yr. (8 A.R. state mineralogist 
1887/8: 895-896.) 



LAND: NATIONAL DOMAIN— cont'd 

181)7. Stmt, of U. S. land distrs. showing area in acres 
of govt, land unappropriated and unreserved, sur- 
veyed and unsurveyed, in Cal. for yr. endg. June 
30. (Bienn. rept. surveyor gen. 1896/8: 12.) 
1901. Tabular stmt, of area of unappropriated U. S. 
land in Cal., by cos. (Trans, state agric. socy. 
1901: 155-157.) 
Five Per Cent Fund 

1802-1857. Synopsis of federal grants of 5% of pro- 
ceeds of public lands. (Assem. jol. 9 sess. pp. 303- 
306.) 
1850. Prosecution of agric. land claim on U. S. urged 
by committee on res. re. same. (Legisl. jol. 1849/ 
50: 812-813.) 
1858. Communication from supt. of public instruction 
re. proceeds of public lands within limits of Cal. 
(Assem. jol. 9 sess. pp. 302-306.) 

. Setting forth grounds upon which Cal. has right 

to claim from federal govt. 5% of proceeds, and 
recommending that state senators and representa- 
tives be again instructed to use their efforts to 
secure the necessary legislation. (8 A.R. supt. 
public instruction 1858 (pp. 22-24)— 9 same 1859.) 
1886. Rept. re. claim of Cal. to 5% of proceeds of sale 
of public lands by U. S., amounting to more than 
half a million dollars, the prospect of receiving 
which for benefit of public schools Is now good. 
(12 sa7ne 1884/6: 150.) 

. Table of acts of Congress granting to the several 

states certain percentum upon net proceeds of sales 
of public lands. Rept. of agt. and counsel for Cal. 
to gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 69; 102; 113. 
(App. to jols. 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 
■ . The 5% claim agst. U. S.; rept. of agt. and coun- 
sel for Cal. to gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 6-16; 
53-120. (Same 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

The exhibits, pp. 53-120, contain texts of state and 
federal laws and resolutions, state and federal 
correspondence, tabular matter, etc. 

. Claim for refunded fees paid by Cal. on agric. 

lands cancelled by U. S. and for moneys reed, by 
U. S. from sales of lands granted to Cal. as swamp 
and overflowed lands; rept. of agt. and counsel for 
Cal. to gov. for claims agst. U. S. 1886: 48-50; 573- 
580. (Same 27 sess. v. 8; 580 pp.) 

The exhibits, pp. 573-580, contain correspondence of 
state surveyor gen. and federal bills and resolu- 
tions, etc. 
1904. Comments on 5% claim. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 1902/4: 27-30.) 
Grants; see below, Land Grants 



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1850-1863/4. Ann. rept. of surveyor gen. 
In Collected docs, as follows : 
1850 In Lefe'. Jol. 1851 : 570-580.* 
1850 In Leg. Jol. 1851 : 894-896.* 
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'• 10 " 


** *• 


1859 


' " Assem. 


'• 11 •' 


II II 



•576-580 surveyor gen. and co. surveyors; 894-896 

surveyor Ren. only, 
t Sometimes omitted from vol. 



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LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Reports — cont'd 
1 series — cont'd 
1S59 in App. to Sen. jol. 11 sess. unnum. doc. 



Assem. '* 12 
Sen. " 12 
jols. 13 sess. unnum. doc. 



15 ' 


' V. 1 unnum 


16 ' 


' y. 1 


16 ' 


' V. 1 



V. 


1 


unnum 


V. 


1 




V. 

V. 


1 
1 




V. 


2 




V. 


1 




V. 


4 





1S60 
1860 
1S61 
1862 
1863 " " " " 15 V. 1 unnum. doc. 

1864 

1865* 

2 series 
18C5/7-1877/9. Bienn. rept. of surveyor gen. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1865/7 in App. to jols. 17 sess. v. 1 unnum. doc. 

1867/9 ' 18 " 

1869/71 19 " 

1871/3 •• •' " •• 20 '• 

1873/5 " " " " 21 •' 

1875/7 22 " 

1877/9 23 " 

3 series 
1879/80. Rept. [ann.] of surveyor gen. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1879/80 in App. to jols. 24 sess. v. 1 uunura. doc. 

4 series 
1880/2-1902/4. Bienn. rept. of surveyor gen. 

In Collected docs, as follows : 

1880/2 In App. to jols. 25 sess. V. 1 unnum. doc. 

1882/4 26 •• V. 1 

1884/6 • 27 " v. 1 

1886/8 " ' 28 " V. 1 

1888/90 29 " V. 1 

1890/2 '• " " " 30 '■ V. 1 

1892/4 •' " " " 31 •' V. 1 

1894/6 32 " V. 1 doc. [7]. 

1896/8 33 " T. 1 •• [6]. 

1898/00 never printed. 

1900/2 In App. to jols. 35 sess. v. 1 doc [10]. 

Circulars 
Clieckllst 

1852 June 1. To co. surveyors and assessors. Ann. rept. 
surveyor gen. 1853 : 9-12. 

Duties under act of April 17, 1850, creating surveyor 
gens, ollicf and under Scbool Land UlU iind under 
law to provide for a map of Cal. 

June 15. Same. lb. 12. 

Time of making rept 

1853 July 1. Same. lb. 1852/3 : 6-9. 
Same as June 1, 1852. 

1854 June 1. To co. surveyors. 11> 1853/4:25-28. 
Same as June 1, 1852. 

. To CO. assessors, lb. 1853/4 : 61-62. 

Same as June 1, 1852. 
1862 I'd). 13. To CO. surveyors, lb. 1862 : 42. 

Collection of Hood statistics. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY 
1853/4-1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Docuineuts as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 28-30. 
Uoads, topography, locution of land warrants. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 208-210. 

Mexican grant, overflowed lands, marsh lands, co. 
boundarlfs, school land warrants. 

AMADOU COUNTY 
1859. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
Ill iJoeiiments as follows : 
1859 In Ann. rent, surveyor gen. 1859 : 37-38. 

Acreage of claimed and tilled land resp. ; Indcflnllc 
boundary allows criiulnals to evade law. Instancing 
band of "Silver Luke Uobbers." 

BUTTE COUNTY 
1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In lioctiiin-nlH HH follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5:211-212. 

Mineral land, swamp and overflowed land, co. boundary, 
roads. 

CALAVERAS COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 

In TtficnTiienlK ns followH : 
1853/4 In Ann. re|)t. surveyor gen. 185.3/4 ; 30-31. 

Uccords of office destroyed by Are, no. acres ngrlc. and 
grazing land, opening of Big Tree" aectlun, 
ronds. 



• Bound together. 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Circulars — cont'd 
COLUSA COUNTY 
1854/5-1860. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 213-214. 
Drainage of swamp lands In co. proposed, tillable land, 
recommendations for amdmt. to road law. 
1855/6-1859 none made. 

1860 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1860 : 37-39. 
Swamp and overflowed lands ; Irrigation. 

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY 
1851/2-1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept, surveyor gen. 1852 : 50. Brown. 
Aggregate no. acres tillable, grazing and govt, land In 
CO. ; no. cattle, horses, etc., bushels grain and 
vegetables grown In co. in yr. 
1852/3 none made. 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 215. 

Navigable streams in co. ; roads, estimate of tillable 
land, no. horses, cattle, etc., agrlc produce, mineral 
resources. 

EL DORADO COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 31-34. 

Location of land warrants, criticism of state map, 
bridges, co. boundaries, area of CO., co. map. 
FRESNO COUNTY 
1859-1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1859 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1859 : 38-39. 

Navigation San Joaquin River ; Irrigation ; climate ; 
turnpike roads ; details of survey of yr. 
1860-18G1 none made. 
1862 in Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1862 : 89-90. 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY 
1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1862 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1862 : 90. 

LAKE COUNTY 
1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows ; 
1862 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1882 : 90-91. 
Swamp land. 

LOS ANGELES COUNTY 
1854/5-1860. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 216. 

Federal litigation agst. land owners. Instability of titles 
to realty, claim of Tulare Co. to Rancho Tejon 
without foundation, survey of the VIgnes vineyard 
In citv of Ivos Angeles. 
1855/6-1859 'none made. 
18(10 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1800 : 39-44. 

Topography : rivers : mineral resources ; location of 
first gold discovered In Cal. ; sliver ; tilled lands ; 
scarcity of water; grape culture; exorbitant value 
of money reason for marketing Immature wines; 
accumulation of capital In hands of proprietors 
of vineyards bad for wine Industry ; orange cul- 
ture ; roads; school land locations. 

MARIN COUNTY 
1851/2-1863. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1852 : 49. 

Character of land. 
1852/3 none made. 
1853/4 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 34-35. 

Mexican grants ; no. acres located In school warrants, 
roads, no. horses, cattle, etc., do. fruit trees. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 216-217. 

School land warrants, swamp land. Bay of Bollnas 
accessible to vessels of light draft not on state 
map, no. public Improvenu'iits In CO., co. in debt, 
no. horses, cattle, etc., fruit trees. 
lann/n-lMTiS none nuKle. 

1859 In Ann. rej)!. surveyor gen. 1859 : 40-41. 

Swamp tin<l overflowed lands; timber; saw and paper 
mills; roads; valuation of really, personalty and 
Iinproveuierils, revenue of stale, co., road, special 
and di-lliH|nertt Inxes; school lami wnrrantH. 

1860 In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1860:44-45. 

Spanish and Mi'Xican grants ; no. surveys made ; swamp 
and overllowi'd lands; co. boun<lary ; lax valualltui 
and InxeH of co, 
186! In Ann. rept surveyor gen. 1861 : 19-20. 

Swninp and overflowed lands ; roads and blghways. 



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LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Circulars — cont'd 
MAHIX COUNTY— cont'd 
18B2 In Ann. ropt. surveyor Ken. 1802 : (11(13. 

Marsh and tUlf lands; school land warrants: co. roads. 
1863 In Ann. n-nt. surveyor Ren. 1S03 : 11 1-120. 

List of school lands taken In lieu of 16th and SOth 
section^: swamp and overflowed and tide land 
surveys: mineral lands; taxable property. 

MARIPOSA COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In r>ocunients .ns follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor Ben. 1853/4 : 3B-37. 

Proposal for IrrlRatlon of dry lands In San Joaquin 
Valley, swamp and overflowed lands In co. ; names 
of holders and dates of Issue of land warrants ; 
grasshopper scourge. 

MERCED COUNTY 
1854/5-1859. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In rtocunients as follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 218. 

Agrlc. produce, co. boundary. 
1855/6-1858 none made. 

1859 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1850:42-44. 

Surveys of swamp and overflowed lands : mineral lands ; 
agrlc. and mnfg. possibilities of Merced Valley ; 
Irrigation. 

NAPA COUNTY 
1850-1860. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
IS.'iO In Leglsl. lol, 1851 : 578-579. Brown. 

Improvement In navigation of Napa River recom- 
mended : state aid for .W miles of plank road from 
Napa city north asked for; nature and quantity 
of crops raised : no. of livestock In co. 
18.'il/2-l 8.12/3 none made. 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 185.3/4 : 37-39. 

Agrlc. socy. formed ; no tule lands In co.. criticism of 
state map. list of school land locations. 
1854 /.I- 18159 none made. 

1860 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1860 : 46-48. 

Co. roads and boundaries ; bridges and ferries ; swamp 
and overflowed lands ; minerals. 

NEVADA COUNTY 
1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
18.'i4/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 218-221. 
Swamp land, tillable land only profitable when Irri- 
gated, acreage of surveyed pre-emption claims, 
timber, acreage of wheat, barley, etc.. no. horses, 
cattle, etc., mileage and value of mining ditches, 
roads, no. and value of quartz mills, output of saw 
and grist mills. 

PLACER COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 39-40. 

PLUMAS COUNTY 
1853/4-1857/8. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rent, surve.vor gen. 1853/4 : 40-41. 

Names and location of roads, character of land, mineral 
resources. Inaccuracy of state man. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 221-222. 

Swamp lands, school land warrants. 
1855/6-1 S.'')6/7 not printed. 

For these yrs. there are Included In the ann. rept. of 
the surveyor gen. folding tables summarizing the 
CO. surveyors' returns. 
1857/8 In Ann. rept. surve.vor gen. 1858 : 37-39. 

Nature of surveyed and unsurveyed land resp. ; co. 
boundaries ; roads ; mining school land warrants ; 
press. 

SACRAMENTO COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 41-43. 

Division of CO. Into townships and sections, difllcultles 
arising from existing pre-emption laws, swamp 
and overflowed lands In co. 

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY 
1853/4-1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 44. 

Route of Great Pacific R.R. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 222. 
Improvement of road through Cajon Pass, artesian wells 
on road to Salt Lake City recommended. 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Circulars — cont'd 
SAN DIEGO COUNTY 
1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Pocuiuents as follows : 
1854/5 In .\nn. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 223-239. 

Co. boundaries, area, surveys In co.. occupancy of land, 
Mexic.in and Spanish titles. Mission Ran Luis 
Rey Mission Sun Dieiro, Intoi-iini Improvcnienls, 
roads, wharves. San Diego and Gihi K.I!., mnfg. 
facilities, supply of water, navigation of Colorado, 
mineral resources, wagon road to the Colorado, 
criticism of state map. 

SAN ERANCISCO COUNTY 
1853/4-1861. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 

In Documents as follows : 
18.'i3/4 In Ann. ropt. surve.vor gen. 1853/4:44-45. 

School land warrants, swamp or overflowed lands, co. 
boundaries. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 239. 

Swamp and overflowed lands, co. boundaries. 
1855/6-1860 none made. 
1861 'n Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1861 : 24. 

SAN .70AQTTIN COUNTY 
1853/4-1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 45-46. 

Bridges, Inaccuracy of state map. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept.'surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 240-242. 

Surveys of swamp laiid, tuie lands, co. roads and 
bridges, artesian well. 
1855/6-1850/7 none made. 
1857/8 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1858:40-43. 

Ferries and toli-lirldges : artesian wells ; co. roads ; co. 
boundaries ; area ; swamp land surveys ; school land 
warrants. 

1859 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1859:40-47. 

1860 " ' " 1860:48-49. 

Swamp land locations. 

1861 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1861 : 24-26. 
Swamp and overflowed lands : co. roads. 

1862 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1802 : 93-95. 

Swamp and overflowed lands ; school land under old 
warrants; school land locations In lien of 16th 
and 3flth sections on unsurveyed lands. 

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY 
1851/2. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852:51. WacUen- 
reuder. 

SANTA CIjARA COUNTY 
1851/2-1861. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852 : 34-38. I^ewls. 
Boundaries, topography, area, arable land, mines and 
mineral lands, towns and villages, lumber and 
milling. 
1852/3 none made. 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4:47-48. 

School land locations, survey of Spanish and Mexican 
grants, swamp or overflowed lands, co. boundaries, 
error In state map, topography, area, quantity 
agrlc. produce, mills, timber, mineral resources, 
artesian wells. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5:242-246. 

School land warrants, swamp and overflowed lands, co. 
map, acreage and qnanflty of agrlc. produce, no. 
each kind fmit trees, artesian wells, schools, no. 
and produce of saw and flour mills, roads. 
1855/6-1800 none made. 

1861 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1861 : 22-23. 
Swamp lands ; r.r. 

.SANTA CRUZ COUNTY 
1850-1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1850 In I/>glsl. lol. 1851 : 579-580. Kellogg. 

No. of livestock In co. 
1851/2 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852:52-53. Wright 
Acres of arable land, livestock, agrlc. products, mineral 
resources. 
1852/3-1853/4 none made. 

1854/5 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5:246-248. 
Timber, mineral lands, road system. 

SHASTA COUNTY 
1851/2-1854/5. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows ; 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852:46. Vosburgh. 

No. sq. acres arable land In co. and where situated. 
1852/3 none made. 



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:49. 

: 248-250. 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Circulars — cont'd 
SHASTA COUNTY — cont'd 
1853/4 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 i 

1854/5 " '• 1854/5 : .,o-^„„. 

Improvement of Sacramento River, road system, Immi- 
grant road, timber, mineral springs, mining ditches, 
swamp and overflowed lands. 

SIERRA COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 49-52. 

Discrepancies in state map, roads, overflowed or swamp 
lands, acres cultivated land, acres tillable, no. 
horses, cattle, etc., agrlc. produce, mineral re- 
sources, stage route. 

SISKIYOU COUNTY 
1851/2-1861. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852 : 39-42. Ijowry. 
Topography and water power: sketch of country betw. 
Yreka City and the coast. 
1852/3 none made. 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 52-54. 

Co. t>oundaries. public lands, swamp ,ind overflowed 
lands, mines, that portion of 500.000 acre grant in 
CO. ; no. of horses, cattle, etc., agrlc. produce. 
1854/5 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5 : 250-252. 
Gold mines. 500.000 acre grant, no. horses, c.Tttle, etc.. 
acreage of agrlc. products, ferries, bridges, road 
from Yreka to Red Bluff. 
1855/6-18<>0 none made. 

1861 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 18C1 : 21-22. 

Details of surveyed and unsurveyed lands ; swamp and 
overflowed lands : school and seminary lands. 

SOLANO COUNTY 
1853/4-1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 54-57. 

Quantity state land, do. tule land in co., tilled area, 
agrlc. produce, no. horses, cattle, etc., criticism 
of state map, school land warrants. 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1S54/5 : 253-255. 

Acreage of each kind of land In co., acreage and yield 
of agrlc. produce, raiils, artesian wells, no. horses. 
etc.. CO. boundary, canal from Puta Creek to Sacra- 
mento River proposed. 
1855/n-lRfil none made. 

1862 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1R02 : 9.5-97. 

Swamp and overflowed lands : location of school war- 
rants (500.000 acre tract) : 16th and 3Gth sections. 

SONOMA AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES 
1858-1860. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 

1858 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1858 : 44-45. 

Lands: tlmlier; minerals; ferries; canals: co. bound- 
aries ; school land warrants. 

1859 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1.S59 : 47-49. 

Sonoma co. only. Ferries, ronds, telegraphs, swamp 
lands, school land warrants. 

1860 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 18C0 : 49-51. 

Ferries; artesian wells; roads; r.rs. ; telegraphs; co. 
boundaries ; reclamation of swamp and overflowed 
lands ; school land warrants. 

STANISLAUS COUNTY 
1853/4-1859. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents ns follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 57-58. 

Navigability of Run .Toaqnln River; mineral resources, 
school land warrants; quantity overflowed land In 
CO. : tillable land. 
1854/5-1858 none made. 

1859 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1859: 44-46. 
Improvement of San .Ion(|uln River; roads; irrigation; 

placer mining; water Co.; swamp and overflowed 
land; Spanish grants. 

RUTTKR COUNTY 
1854/5-1803. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents ns follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5:255-250. 

Area, lopogruphy, produce, boundary, latemal Improve- 
ments. 
1 855/6- )H.1» none made. 

1860 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. I860 ; 51-53. 
,Mcxli:an grants; swnmp lands. 

1861-1802 none made. 

1863 In Ann. repl. survi'yor gen. 1863:121-122. 

'Jencrfll remarks on Hwaiiip and overflowed land sur- 
Teys ; Hchuol land localloDs. 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 

serial — cont'd 
Circulars — cont'd 
TEHAMA COUNTY 
1859. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1859 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1859 : 49-53. 

Topography ; soils : timber : mining : coal ; freestone 
(asbestos) ; mineral springs ; salt works : agrlc. 
produce ; no. and value of horses, cattle, etc. : 
Mexican grants : swamp and overflowed lands. 

TRINITY COUNTY 
1851/2. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852 ; 47. Hart. 
Estimates of arable land, agrlc. products, livestock. 

TUOLUMNE COUNTY 
1853/4. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1853/4 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1853/4 : 58-60. 

Description of Stanislaus and Tuolumne Rivers, Emi- 
grant road, timber, state lands, co. boundaries. 

YOLO COUNTY 
1854/5-1862. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1854/5 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1854/5:257-259. 

Co. boundaries, swamp lands, tilled land, agrlc. produce, 
roads. 
1855/6-1861 none made. 
1862 in Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1862 : 97-100. 

Water courses ; flood of 1861 ; swamp land reclamation. 

YUBA COUNTY 
1851/2. Ann. rept. of co. surveyor. 
In Documents as follows : 
1851/2 In Ann. rept. surveyor gen. 1852:43-45. Scott. 
Table showing In acres bottom lands situated on rivers 
and creeks, do. riparian lands cultlva table without 
irrigation, arid l.Tnds only cuUivatnble by irriga- 
tion, valley and arable lands on w. slope of Sierra 
Nevada, mineral lands unsusceptible of cultivation ; 
estimate of aggregate no. of horses and cattle In 
CO. ; do. of agrlc. produce of various kinds ; value 
of gold produced in co. In preceding yr. ; capital 
Invested In co. In quartz, placer and river mining, 
in merchandise and trading and in lumbering. 

n on -serial 
1850. Majority and minority repts. of committee on 
res. re. public domain, mineral lands, custom 
houses, branch of IT. S. mint, and certain moneys 
richtfnllv belnn2:inK to state of Cal. (LeRisl. jol. 
1849/50: 802-817.) 

special rept. on extent of various 

in state (school lands, mineral 

possibility of obtaining further 

(App, to Sen. jol. 1852: 615-639.) 

24 pp. 



1852. Surveyor prens. 

classes of lands 

lands, etc.), and 

grants from IT. S. 

. Same: separate. 

. Extension of pre-emption and donation system 

of land grants urged. (Govs, inaugural address 

1852.) 
. Adoption urged of system for disposing of lands 

granted to state by various acts of Congress. 

(Govs. ann. mess. 1852.) 

1854. Remarks on state lands, and recommendation 
for creation of bd. of land comrs. (A.R. surveyor 
gen. 1854: 8-11.) 

. Tabular exhibits from rept. of sales by Cal. land 

comrs. 9 pp. (App. to Assem. jol. 6 sess. doc. 

rioi.) 

1855. Rept. of Sen. special committee re. state land 
sales at S. F., Oct. 10, alleging undue haste on part 
of auctioneer; rei)t. also presents testimony In case 
entitled. The People of tho State of Cal. vs. W. H. 
Talmadge, .lesse Carothors. Intervenor. 55 pp. 
(App. to Sen. Jol. 7 sess. doc. [181.) 

1856. Ifpi't of ::rlfMi cnmniittoc to examine into affairs 
of l:ii' ' ii' l.iihl cciiiiu., showing undue hasto and 
larU ut lunaul 1(111 in sales of Oct. 10, 1855, with 
review of olrcuinslances <onnected with suit of said 
land comrs. agst. agt.. of J. Carothers to recover 



INDEX TO DOCUMENTS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



16 r 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 

non-serial — cont'd 
lands fraudulpntly promised him by late atty. gen., 
with testimony and ace. docs. (Sen. jol. 7 sess. 
pp. 608-652.) 

185C. Suggested that measures be taken to locate and 
survey lands of state, and cause maps and plats of 
same to be deposited In office of secy, of state; after 
which to abolish office of surveyor gen. (A.R. state 
comptroller 1S55/6: 5.) 

1857-1881. Table showing no. of acres of public lands 
In Cal. sold each yr., amt. reed, and expenses of 
sale. Rept. of agt. and counsel of Cal. to gov. for 
claims agst. U. S. 1886: 63. (App. to Jols. 27 sess. 
V. 8; 580 pp.) 

1859. Repr. of newspaper article on public lands of 
Cal. (Trans, state agrlc. socy. 1859: 361-363.) 

1861. Evidence taken before swamp land committee 
going to prove that certain lands In state were Im- 
properly included In general survey of tl. S. govt., 
being in reality, unless reclaimed by levees and 
ditches, uncultivatable by reason of frequent Inun- 
dation, 1861. 12 pp. (App. to Assem. Jol. 12 sess. 
doc. (281.) 

1862-1872. Remarks on state land laws. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1862 (pp. 18-21)— blenn. rept. same 
1870/2.) 

1864-1865. Stmt, of state lands, showing amt. of land 
which has become property of state under various 
grants. (A.R. same 1864 (p. 23)— same 1865.) 

1868. Rept. of committee on public lands re. lands in 
New San Diego. 5 pp. (App. to Jols. 17 sess. v. 3 
unnum. doc.) 

. Rept. of public land committee, with statistical 

tables, showing condition of all public lands in 
state. 6 pp. (Same 17 sees. v. 3 [doc. 131.) 

1869-1871. Comments on state lands, amt. sold, and 
approximate amt. remaining unsold. (Blenn. rept. 
surveyor gen. 1867/9 (pp. 5-6)— some 1869/71.) 

1878. Petition of H. M. Naglee. 4 pp. (App. to Jols. 
22 sess. V. 4 [doc. 22].) 

PraylnR for centralization of system of land reclama- 
tion. 

1879. Stmt, giving whole amt. of land listed to state 
under various land grants. (Blenn. rept. surveyor 
gen. 1877/9: 3.) 

1879-1904. Stmt, showing land listed to state by U. S. 
under various land grants. (,8ame 1877/9 (p. 3) — 
same 1902/4.) 

No repts. 1898/00. 

1885. Increasing demand for public lands In state; 
small farmers commended. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 1885: 182.) 

1886. Comment on land laws and land acquisition in 
state; better administration of laws needed, not 
their repeal. (Same 1886: 197-199.) 

1891. The right to tax unpatented r.r. lands, and govt, 
lands for which land office receipts have been is- 
sued; opinion 99, atty. gen. (Hart). 15 pp. 
Not seen ; entry from Bowker. 

Expenditures 

1882-1884. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. 
of each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for state lands. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1880/82 (p. 66) — 
same 1882/4.) 
SuBVEYOB General's Office 

1855. List of required and actual apprns. (A.R. sur- 
veyor gen. 1855: 5-6.) 

. Stmt, of expenditures of surveyor gens, office. 

(Same 1855: 65.) 

. Stmt, showing for what purpose the contingent 

fund has been expended. (Same 1855: 66-68.) 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
SuBVEYOH Genkhai.'s OFFICE — cont'd 

1855. Exhibit consisting of certified accts. of J. Hack- 
ett. G. H. Goddard. T. Tennant, U. S. surveyor gen., 
and P. Foreman et al. (Same 1855: 70-75.) 

. Stmt, of recommended apprns. (Same 1855: 58.) 

. Stmt, showing amt. due surveyor gen. for cash 

expenditures for state, beyond apprns. (Same 

1855: 68-70.) 
. Stmt, of deficiencies of surveyor gens, office. 

(Same 1855: 66.) 

1856. Rept. of surveyor gen. re. expenditures from 
contingent fund, yr. endg. Pel)., with itemized ex- 
hibit of same. (Assem. jol. 1856: 269-280.) 

1858. Estimate of apprns. required for surveyor gens, 
office. (Sen. Jol. 9 soss. p. 303.) 

1858-1877. Receipts and expenditures, etc., of surveyor 
gens, and state land offices, from Jan., 1858. to 
June 30, 1877. (Blenn. rept. surveyor gen. 1875/7: 
15.) 

1859. Stmt, of expenditures of contingent fund of sur- 
veyor gens. ofBce. (Sen. Jol. 11 sess. p. 185.) 

. Stmt, of contingent expenses of state land office. 

(Same 11 sess. p. 184.) 

1860. Estimate of contingent expenses of land office 
for 11th fiscal yr. (Same 10 sess. p. 241.) 

. Estimate of contingent expenses of surveyor 

gens, office for 11th fiscal yr. (Same 10 sess. p. 
241.) 

1863. Table showing amts. paid to the several co. 
treasurers as principal and interest upon purchases 
of various classes of lands. (A.R. surveyor gen. 
1863: 28.) 

1863-1867. Stmt, of expenditures of all apprns. other 
than salaries for offices of surveyor gen. and regis- 
ter of state land office from date of last rept. to 
Dec. 1. (Same 1863 (p. 29) — blenn. rept. same 
1865/7.) 

1882-1888. Stmt, of expenditures, other than salaries, 
for 31st and 32d fiscal yrs. (Blenn. rept. same 
1880/2 (p. 381/.)— .same igge/S.) 

1882-1904. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for surveyor gen. 
(Blenn. rept. state controller 1880/2 (p. 58) — same 
1902/4.) 

1904. Stmt, of disbursements of special fund apprn. 
by 35th sess. of leglsl. for furnishing and repairing 
office of state surveyor gen. (Blenn. rept. surveyor 
gen. 1902/4: 23.) 
Swamp Lands 

Including both receipts and expenditures. 

1855-1858. Stmt, showing amts. paid into general fund 
from sale of swamp lands In several cos., from July 
17, 1855. to July 2, 1858, total amt. being trans- 
ferred therefrom by act of legisl. Apr., 1876, to 
swamp land fund. (Blenn. rept. state controller 
1875/7: 10.) 

. Stmt, of amts. reed, into state treasury from 

swamp and overfiowed lands from various cos. 
(Sen. Jol. 9 sess. pp. 306-307; Assem. Jol. pp. 322- 
323.) 

1858-1879. Swamp land fund; receipts and payments. 
(A.R. state treasurer 1857/8 (pp. 30-31)— bienn. 
rept. same 1877/9.) 

1859/60. Table giving receipts from sales of swamp 
and overflowed lands, from Dec. 15, 1859, to Dec. 
15, 1860. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1860; 11.) 

1860. Stmt, showing swamp land fund. (Same 1860: 
10.) 

1861. Accts. approved by bd. of swamp land comrs. 
and payable from general land fund. (1 A.R. 
swamp land comrs. 1861: 48-51.) 



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{Same 
(Same 
{Same 
{Same 
{Same 
{Same 
{Same 
{ Same 
{ Same 
{Same 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Swamp Laxds — cont'd 

1861. Accts. approved by bd. of swamp land comrs. 
from different distrs. (1 sayne 1861: 32-48.) 

• — ■ — . Aggregate items exhibiting total amt. of money 
expended by swamp land comrs. from organization 
of bd. up to Nov. 30, 1861. (1 same 1861: 53.) 

1861-1877. Stmt, of condition of swamp land fund, 
June 30, 1861. (A.R. state controller 1860/1 (pp. 
34-35) — bienn. rept. same 1875/7.) 

1864/5-1867. Swamp land distr. no. 1; receipts and 
payments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1863/5 (p. 
21— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 2; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 22)— some 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 5; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 23)— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 4; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 22)— same 1865A-) 

. Same; no. 7; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 23)— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 8; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 24)— some 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 16; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 24)— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 17; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 25)— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 18; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 25)— some 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 38; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 26)— same 1865/7.) 

. Same; no. 39; receipts and payments. 

1863/5 (p. 26)— same 1865/7.) 

1865. Stmt, giving amts. expended in surveys, esti- 
mates, etc., in class of distrs. last named, since 
their first organization. (Rept. swamp land comrs. 
1864/5: 18.) 

. Stmt, giving total amt. of cash at any time or 

in any manner paid out of or withdrawn from 
swamp land fund, through agency of first and 
present bds. of swamp land comrs. to present time. 
{Same 1864/5: 18-19.) 

1865-1892. Stmt, of condition of swamp land fund in 
various distrs. (A.R. state controller 1864/5 (pp. 
94-101)— some 1890/2.) 

1865/7. Swamp land distr. no. 31 ; receipts and pay- 
ments. (Bienn. rept. state treasurer 1865/7: 25.) 

. Same; no. 41; receipts and payments. {Same 

1865/7: 26.) 

. Same; no. 

1865/7: 23.) 

. Same; no. 

1865/7: 21.) 

1865/7-1884. Receipts and payments of various swamp 
land distrs. {Same 1865/7 (pp. 21-33) — sojjie 
1882/4.) 

1867-1871. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. 
of each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for reclamation of 
swamp and overflowed lands. (Bienn. rept. state 
controller 186.5/7 (pp. 76-77)— some 1869/71.) 

1873/5-1884. Swamp land distr. no. 5 sinking and in- 
terest fund; receipts and payments. (Bienn. rept. 
state treasurer 1873/5 (p. 30)— some 1882/4.) 

1874. Stmt, of amt, of outstanding warrants drawn 
agst. funds of swamp land distrs. (Assem Jol. 20 
sess. p. 451.) 

1877. Stmts, of amta. transferred from swamp land 
fund to swamp land distr. funds; also amts. paid 
to several cos. from fund, as per act of leglHl. dated 
Apr. 1, 1876. (Bienn. rept. state controller 1875/7: 

n.) 



6; receipts and payment. 
3; receipts and payments. 



{Same 
{Same 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Expenditures — cont'd 
Swamp Laxds — cont'd 
1892. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for repayment to co. 
treasurers, swamp land distr. funds. {Same 
1890/2: 68.) 
Tins Lands 

1868/9-1870. Detailed rept. of disbursements and re- 
ceipts. (Rept. tide land comrs. 1S68/9 (pp. 21-29) 
—same 1869/70.) 
1869. Stmt, showing amt. of expenditures, amt. of 
each apprn. made by law, amt. expended under 
each, and balance unexpended for expenses of sale 
of tide lands at S. F. (Bienn. rept. state control- 
ler 1867/9: 63.) 
1871. Same; survey and sale of tide lands. {Same 
1869/71: 49.) 
Homestead 

1849. Homestead enactment required. (Gots. ann. 
mess. 1849.) 

1850. Homestead exemption provision of constitution 
not yet carried out. (Some 1851.) 

1851. Rept. favoring passage of homestead bill. 
(Legisl. jol. 1851: 752.) 

1852. Form of memorial asking federal donations of 
public land to actual settlers, reviewing damages 
and heavy costs of immi.oration, and difficulties of 
agric. in Gal. as result of Indian hostilities, dry- 
ness of country and excessive price of supplies, etc., 
and citing contributions of Cal. to prosperity of 
country as further reason for liberal grants by 
Congress. (App. to Sen. jol. 1852: 575-592.) 

. Rept. of committee on public lands re. best size 

for proposed donations of land to settlers. (Assem. 
jol. 1852: 179-180.) 

1855. Homestead exemption and further protection for 
actual settlers demanded by unsettled condition of 
land titles. (Govs. ann. mess. 1855: 18.) 

1856. Suggestion to require owners of soil to pay for 
improvements by settlers, as measure for protec- 
tion of actual settlers made necessary by uncer- 
tainty of lives and land titles. (Same 1856: 24.) 

. Memorial of farmers and actual settlers of So- 
noma Co. praying for prompt passage of law to 
protect persons making permanent improvements 
on lands, in belief that same were pre-emptable, 
showing depression of farming interests as result 
of lack of such protection. (Sen. jol. 7 sess. p. 
438.) 

1857. Rept. of minority opposing passage of act to 
repeal act for protection of actual settlers and to 
quiet land titles In state. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 
825-828.) 

1858. Rept. favoring passage of res. asking Congress 
to so modify pre-emption laws of state as to allow 
right of iire-eniptlon upon all lands not segregated 
from public domain as private property. (Sen. jol. 
9 sess. pp. 274-275.) 

1861. Govs. mess. re. existing difficulties in Sta. Clara 
Co., May 0, 1861; requesting apprn. for enforcing 
law and evicting unwilling settlers, Wm. D. Ray- 
mond, and others, from land grant given to Anto- 
nio Chabolla by U. S. patent, the " squatters' decla- 
ration of rights" is included. 13 pp. (App. to 
Sen. jol. 12 sess. doc. [22]; App. to Assem. jol. 12 
sess. doc. [23].) 
Law 

1868. Pulillc land l.'iw. Providing for sale and mngmt. 
of lands liolonglng to Cal. 26 pp. 
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LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Law — cont'd 

1904. Suppl. rept. contnining digest of existing laws 
relating to sale of lands granted to state by sev- 
eral acts of Congress as enacted by leglsl. (Blenn. 
rept. surveyor gon. 1902/4: 24-38.) 
Marsh and Tide Lands 

1858-lSt;i. Tide lands; no. of acres sold in Mendocino 
and .A.lameda cos. in I8G2; total sold each yr., 1858- 
1861. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1862: 14.) 
1859-1861. Stmt, of acres of tide lands in Solano and 
Humboldt cos. resp., returned to surveyor gens, 
office under acts of 1858 and 1859. {Same 1859 
(p. 6)— same 1861.) 

1862. Rept. of jt. committee re. alleged fraudulent in- 
terpolation in Sen. bill 73, act to provide for sale 
of marsh and tide lands of state, approved May 14, 
1861: disputed amdmt. reading "excepting alcade 
grants, which are hereby ratified and confirmed"; 
with testimony. 72 pp. (App. to jols. 13 sess. 
doc. [14].) 

1863. Suits brought during past yr. involving large 
sums of money; prison lands, marsh and tide 
lands, and alcalde grants, etc. (A.R. atty. gen. 
1863: 5.) 

. Stmt, of acreage of tide lands sold in Solano, 

Sta. Barbara, and S. P. cos., and description of 
same. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1SC3: 27.) 

1864-1865. Stmt, of aggregate no. of acres of salt marsh 
and tide lands sold. {Same 1863/4 (p. 27) — same 
1864/5.) 

. Action of atty. gen. In matter of settling vexed 

question of title to lands at Point St. Quentin, and 
to obtain for state sufficient land for purposes of 
efficient prison mngmt. ; also discussion of complica- 
tions growing out of same re. certificates of pur- 
chase Issued for land lying within marsh and tide 
lands hitherto thought reserved from sale. (A.R. 
atty. gen. 1865: 4-9.) 

1870. Sales; r.r. right of way and res. in regard to 

claimants. (Rept. tide land comrs. 1869/70: 8-10.) 

First sale of tide lands In Marin Co. ; commont and 

tpxt of res. re. l)olt line and re. claimants to tide 

lands In Marin Co. 

. Majority and minority repts. on Assem. bill 68 

re. grant by state of certain tide-water lands in 
Marin Co. and In S. F. to N. P. R.R. Co. 6 pp. 
(App. to jols. 18 sess. v. 3 doc. [54].) 
ExPENDiTCBEs FOB; see above, ExpENDiruBES. Tide Lands 
Mineral 

1852. Lease or sale of mining lands deprecated as 
tending to encourage monopolies. (Govs, special 
mess. Jan. 30, 1852.) 

. Lease or sale of mineral lands deprecated as en- 
couraging dangerous monopolies, and continuance 
of policy of free mines urged. (Govs. ann. mess. 
1852.) 

1853. Action urged to secure repeal by Congress of 
recent decisions of bd. of land comrs. confirming 
extensive tracts of mineral lands to claimants. 
{Same 1853.) 

1854. Suggestion for separation of agrlc. and mineral 
lands. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1854: 8.) 

1857. Rept. of committee on con. res. re. mineral lands 
In state. (Assem. jol. 8 sess. pp. 802-803.) 

. Majority rept. of mines and raining interests 

committee re. ownership of minerals, in lands 
granted to private persons by Spain or Mexico 
prior to treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, and bringing 
up question of eminent domain of Cal. 4 pp. 
(App. to Sen. jol. 8 sess. doc. [8].) 

. Same; minority rept. 8 pp. {Same 8 sess. doc. 

[7].) 



LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Mineral — cont'd 

1857. Same; majority and minority repts. (Sen. jol. 
8 sess. pp. 274-281.) 

1859. Rept. on Sen. jt. res. re. reserving, in all sales 
of public lands, the minerals therein contained. 
{Same 10 sess. pp. 527-528.) 
1865. Agrlc. lands In mineral distrs.; segregation of 
those lands from the minerals suggested, that they 
may bo sold for cultivation. (Trans, state agrlc. 
socy. 18G4/5: 76-77.) 
1882. Coal land law and regulations thereunder. (7 

same 1886/7: 57-61.) 
1890. Mineral lands within r.r. grant. Eagle Bird 
Mine, Nevada Co. — case of G. H. Francoeur vs. O. 
Newhouse, U. S. Circuit Court, no. circuit, no. dlstr. 
of Cal. (10 same 1889/90: 930-937.) 
1904. Illegal entry of mineral lands. (Rept. bd. trus- 
tees state mining bureau 1902/4: 12.) 
Public Building Land 

By act of ConRresa of March 3, 18,'33, Cal. was granted 
10 sections of land to provide revenue for public 
buildinKS. 

1853. Review of provisions of act of Congress, ap- 
proved Mch. 3, 1853, donating lands to state for 
public bldgs. (Govs. ann. mess. 1854: 22-23.) 

1858. Comments on public bldg. lands, and recommen- 
dation that law be immediately passed, authoriz- 
ing sale of such lands. (A.R. surveyor gen. 1858: 
26-27.) 

1859-1865. Stmt, of disposition of public bldg. lands. 
(Some 1859 (p. 5)— same 1865.) 

1867. List of lands certified to state by U. S. as part 
of grant of 10 sees, for purpose of public bldgs. 
(Bienn. rept. same 1865/7: 47.) 

1879. Suppl. rept. re. grants of 10 sees, for public 
bldgs., 72 sees, for seminary of learning, and 500,- 
000 acres for internal improvements. 235 pp. 
{Same 1877/9.) 
Fund 

1867. Stmt, of condition of public bldg. land fund. 
(Bienn rept. surveyor gen. 1865/7: 41.) 
Railroad Lands 

1869. Approval of the two 30-acre tracts donated to 
the r.r. cos. (Rept. tide land comrs. 1868/9: 14-16.) 
Revenue from 

1858-1862. State land funds; stmt, showing sums paid 
to CO. treasurers on sales of school, seminary, and 
public bldg. lands, resp.; comment. (A.R. surveyor 
gen. 1862: 14-16.) 

1866-1904. Amt. of fees collected by register of land 
office, and paid to state treasurer. (Bienn. rept. 
same 1886/8 (p. 8)— same 1902/4.) 
No rept. 1808/00. 

1886-1894. Amt. of fees collected for attesting patents 
and paid to secy, of state. {Same 1886/8 (p. 9) — 
same 1892/4.) 

1886-1904. Amt. collected as surveyor gen. and paid 
Into state treasury. {Same 1886/8 (p. 8) — same 
1902/4.) 

No rept. for 1808/00. 

1889-1904. Amt. of deposits reed, by surveyor gen. 
under acts of Mch. 20, 1889, and to Aug. 1, 1890, 
and paid into state treasury. {Same 1888/90 (p. 
8)— some 1902/4.) 
No rept. for 1808/00. 

1896-1904. Financial recapitulation of fees. {Same 
1894/6 (p. 6)— some 1902/4.) 
No rept. for 1808/00. 
School Land 

1852. Tabular stmt, of total no. of school land war- 
rants sold and proceeds thereof up to Dec. 15, 1852, 
incl. under act of May 3, 1852. (A.R. state comp- 
troller 1851/2: 31.) 



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LAND: STATE— cont'd 
Revenue from — cont'd 
School Land — cont'd 

1853. On provisions made by law and revenue for 
common schools, and stmt, of total no. of school 
land warrants sold, proceeds thereof up to June 
30, 1853. under act approved May 3, 1852. {Savie 
1852/3: 48.) 

1861-1S69. Stmt, of condition of state school land 

fund, June 30, 1861. (Same 1860/1 (pp. 30-31) — 

bienn. rept. same 1867/9.) 
1862. Rept. of controller re. school land moneys; amts. 

reed, from sale of 500,000-acre grant and 36th and 

16th sees., and disposition of money. 4 pp. (App. 

to jols. 13 sess. unnum. doc.) 
1865. On school land fund; how it is being diminished. 

(A.R. surveyor gen. 1864/5: 108-109.) 
1867. Stmt, of seminary land fund. (Bienn. rept. 

same 1865/7: 41.) 
1870-1880. Stmt, of condition of scnool land fund. (4 

bienn. rept. su